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Asian MMORPG 'Florensia' Coming to Europe

by Rainier on Sept. 4, 2007 @ 2:00 p.m. PDT

NETTS Co. has signed a European licensing agreement with German online game operating company, Burda:ic for its new MMORPG. Florensia takes as a motif the frontier spirit of the Age of Discovery, when mighty ships sailed the seas in search of unknown lands and new shipping routes. Although loosely based on history, Florensia creates a new fantasy world, offering the chance to explore adventures in an unknown world.

This represents NETTS’ first foray into overseas licensing agreements and will serve as a start for future NETTS expansion into the North American and Asian markets. President Tai-Hyun Kang noted that the decision to use Burda:ic, an online game operator already supporting a broad user base in the European market, was an extremely felicitous one. NETTS began online game development in the intense Korean environment, bringing products to Japan as part of its strategic plan to distribute games from there to the world, he added. He concluded by saying that he believes Florensia will develop a supportive fan base in Europe now as well.

Florensia takes as a motif the frontier spirit of the Age of Discovery, when mighty ships sailed the seas in search of unknown lands and new shipping routes. Although loosely based on history, Florensia creates a new fantasy world, offering the chance to explore adventures in an unknown world.

The beautiful 3D graphics are reminiscent of a storybook land, adorable and nostalgic at the same time. You change the appearance and functionality of the ship you sail on the seas, and the game action can be intense, playing either on your own or in organized parties, with complex sea battles taking place. Enjoy a new and different MMORPG experience.

Under this agreement, users in the thirty-seven countries of Europe will be able to play and enjoy the latest Japanese MMORPG, Florensia.

 

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