China Joy 2011 rings down the curtain: features review

Posted on 2011-08-02 09:44:20 BJT, by Jason

The 4-day game showing off has been ended perfectly, now we've rounded up features and some numbers for this big show, just for a review

Beijing, China (178) - The 4-day game showing off has been ended perfectly, now we've rounded up features and some numbers for this big show, just for a review. First we come up with the number 60,000 and 156,309, the first is for the exhibition's square meters and the latter is for the audiences, who have been attracted by over 300 game and comic companies from 50 nations. The host opened a B to B zone exclusively for hundred enterprises.

 

Now here are two sci-fi human figures with power armors and a giant artificial chamber ot something, standing up right infront of Red5's sign. That's biggest statue in the show, exclusively for Fire Fall. Then come to Song, his theory of 3rd generation mmo, and the Archeage, which was lately announced for a Chinese edtion demo in the end of the year by Tencent.

For our companies:  Tencent showcased new classes in Asura and many titles at ths show, and most importantly, it had acquired Blade & Sword OL from Pixel Soft; NetDragon uncovered the exact date of beta test for Dungeon Keeper OL; Giant featured the giant balance, the fair game mode and Bing Wang OL. More features on CJ2011, click HERE.

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