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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Busan, Korea, Republic Of
Reported sale was just one option that was being explored by the Chinese entertainment giant
CEO Jungju Kim apparently wasn't impressed by the list of companies who stepped forward
But bosses sad they are unable to forge on and transform without extra help
The simulation title might have provided the studio with stability but director Mark Morris says that the developer works best with its back against the wall
News of Fukong looking to exit comes less than three years after the Cambridge game specialist's purchase and after record profits in 2018
Activision, EA, Disney and Tencent are listed as interested parties.
Total 98.64 per cent stake owned by Kim Jung-ju up for grabs, it seems
"That was what everyone thought the strategy was, but it was never my strategy"
Company set for international expansion if sale goes through
"Ease of reproduction"? "Stop piracy"?!? This sounds like that guy has no idea what he's talking…
Her joy and enthusiasm when presenting at E3 were infectious and a lovely reminder of what gaming…
Yeah, very true…
The private investment of 46M$ is dedicated to SQ42 marketing at time of release, not for game…
They sound like the UK Conservative Party.