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S2 Games, developers of the free-to-play Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) Heroes of Newerth, today announced its brand-new title Strife has officially moved into the first wave of closed beta. The beta is not exclusive to any specific country and a limited number of players throughout the world are now getting early access to the next-generation MOBA.
The stormy weather was not enough to stopped me from attending S2 Games and Asiasoft’s Strife tour held at BGC, Makati City a week ago, here in the Philippines. I am not a multiplayer online battle arena ("MOBA") gamer (a.k.a. DotA-type or 3-corridor online game) and the hype about Strife being a newbie-friendly game caught my attention.
Was all the hype true? Or were it all just another marketing strategy for a new MOBA?
I’ll tell you the answer now: Strife is the first MOBA game, surely non-MOBA gamers will love.
Asiasoft Corporation announces that it will be S2 Games‘ South-East Asia operations partner for Strife, the premier second-generation free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena ("MOBA") game, for Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and VietNam.
AsiaSoft Corporation is on a roll. Securing publishing rights for top MMORPGs one after another. Today, the region’s premier game publisher announced the coming of Japan’s biggest online RPG, SEGA’s Phantasy Star Online 2 in six ASEAN countries - Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and VietNam.
Slated for release in early 2014 for Windows PC gamers in all six ASEAN countries, PSO2-SEA will be the first English release of this much awaited online RPG.