Netmarble (CEO Kwon Young -sik, Do Ki -wook) invested about 9.4 billion won in the animation studio Million Bolt.
Netmarble has given priority to the game development and service authority for the new animation ‘Hero Books’ IP, which is being prepared in the Million Bolt, and the priority of the game of all projects produced by Million Bolt.
▲ Hero Books Trailer
Million Bolt is an animation studio founded in December 2018 by the director and the crew, who produced the Non-Verbal comedy animation ‘Lava’ series, which has become very popular all over the world. Million Bolt is preparing a number of animation works, including Hero Books, based on production capabilities.
‘Hero Books’ is produced as a global public goal of the year as an action hero comedy genre animation with the concept of the comic book’s main character (hero).
Netmarble said, “As Netmarble expressed its willingness to be a strong IP company in NTP in January, this investment is to strengthen global competitiveness by securing Million Bolt’s excellent IP.” We will be able to showcase differentiated games. ”
The first Golden Age of Science Fiction, often recognized in the USA as the duration from 1938 to 1946, was an age throughout which the science fiction genre acquired wide spotlight and lots of traditional science fiction stories were released. In the history of science fiction, the Golden era adheres to the pulp era of the 1920s as well as 1930s, as well as comes before New age science fiction of the 1960s and also 1970s. The 1950s are a transitional period in this scheme; nevertheless, Robert Silver berg, who came of age in the 1950s, saw that years as the real Golden Age. According to chronicler Adam Roberts, the expression Golden era valorizes a certain type of writing: ‘Tough SF’, linear narratives, heroes resolving issues or countering dangers in a space-opera or technological-adventure expression.
Although it has been known for quite some time that the Night dive Studios team works on a remake of the Science Fiction Classic System Shock (from 19.98 €). However, there was no publisher for the release — until now.
As is apparent from a current press release, the developer studio recently completed an agreement with Prime Matter. This is the premium label of the Publisher Koch Media, under whose banners the remake of System Shock should appear during the next year. A concrete release date is still not fixed. But at least the publishing frame is now secured for the game. Further details for publication should follow in the next few weeks and months.
Stephen Kick, the founder and managing director of the Night dive Studios, is very pleased in the face of the deal: System Shock was a real heart matter and our goal was always to deliver a game that is so close to the perfection as we do can create. We look forward to working with Prime Matter to achieve this goal and see this as an important step towards the growth of Night dive Studios. It will enable us to offer System Shock to the fans around the world both in digital and physical form and to meet our obligations to our fans, and in particular our thousands of supporters on Kickstarter without which this game would never have been possible.
To the games already appeared under the Label of Prime Matter, include Iron Harvest, Mount & Blade 2: Banner lord, King’s Bounty 2, The Last CRICR and Encased.
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