Korean MMO Lezaski question.....
A co-worker pal of mine said that he truly likes a Korean made MMO called Lazaski. However for whatever reason they dont bring that game out here to the states. For as good as he describes it, I wonder how or why someone else hasn't tried to dupilicate it or make it possible to bring here. Does anyone know the reason(s)? Can it be the infrastructure is too expensive here then it is is Korea?
Likely marketing and/or localization concerns... a similar game situation occurred with Mabinogi, which just came live in the US within the past month or two, even though it's been around for something like 6 years in Korea. If it's good enough, it'll likely get here... just not as quickly as anybody would like.
if it's a MMORPG it must have a website
if it has a website you can sign up
if you can sign up then you can play
if it's region restricted you can always proxy to it
if you can proxy to it, then you can play
but if they ask for SIN numbers during registration, then you are screwed
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From what my coworker said. If you can get someone to buy you the game in Korea then send it to you. You should be able to log on and play. However everything will be in korean and as far as support, your on your own. I have never even seen or heard of this kind of game. My coworker described it like a cross between Final Fantasy and Warcraft. I have never played either of these myself. But he claims it is a awesome game unlike whats available now.