Tokyo-headquartered game developer Nexon will set up its exhibition booths in its largest scale ever for the G-Star game show, which will kick off Nov. 17, according to the company. The game company said it would install 400 booths at its exhibition venue during the event to be held in Busan. They will feature the company’s existing and new game titles.
Nexon has participated in Korea’s largest game trade show for 12 consecutive years.In the previous show in 2015, the company unveiled new game titles including “Sudden Attack 2” “Need for Speed Edge” and “HIT” before their official releases. The firm is expected to showcase online game “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” and mobile games “Dungeon & Fighters” and “Maple Story” during this year’s game event.