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Korea's SmileGate Licenses Gamebryo Engine

Korean game developer SmileGate (Cross Fire, Sephiroth) has licensed Emergent Game Technologies' Gamebryo engine for an in-development PC title, Emergent said Wednesday.
Korean game developer SmileGate has licensed Emergent Game Technologies' Gamebryo engine for an in-development PC title, Emergent said Wednesday. While not as high-profile in the West, SmileGate is responsible for the Asian title Cross Fire, a first-person shooter MMO game for PC that's downloadable in seven countries including China, Korea and also the U.S. SmileGate also created the MMORPG Sephiroth for PC. In China, Cross Fire saw 1.8 million simultaneous users, which Emergent and SmileGate said broke the previous record for domestic FPS games. The companies did not reveal details of SmileGate's upcoming GameBryo PC game. Technology from Emergent's Gamebryo and Gamebryo Lightspeed engines are used in over 300 games, including Fallout 3, Civilization Revolution and Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning.

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