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    NetEase Games, the China-based PC and mobile games provider, held its Sixth Annual Product Launch event on Wednesday, May 20, as an online event, following suit of most gaming events of 2020. The company shared its plans for the titles it has already launched as well as those it has in the pipeline.

    The event highlighted the previously announced, officially licensed Harry Potter: Magic Awakened mobile game and showed off trailers of brand-new titles like fantasy RPG The Ragnarök and cyberpunk game Code: T. Details about the release window and platforms of its newer titles were not revealed but could be headed for smartphones given the company's track record.

    The Ragnarök


    Code: T


    King of Hunters


    Identity V


    This one is an update teaser of their already released Identity V game.

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  3. Prans

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    Code: T reminds me of a certain game... :unsure:
     
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    Cyberpunk 2077, but if it was just a bunch of poorly-animated gifs sewn together.
     
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    They all look like mobile games

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    Deus EX?
     
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    That Ragnarock game looking pretty slick. Something I thought I never say about some random thing I never heard about before now. :blink:
     
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    ho tf is netease
     
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    You won't know them if you never go to the playstore or the appstore, but it's basically the chine Activision of mobile games, they have a shit tons of MMOs, RPGs, Battle Royales and stuff, some do plagiarize a bit (like one who is too similar to PUBG, one to Fortnite etc) and some are quite original but it's still mobile games.

    Recently I've played Dawn of Isles, it's cool, I'm only at the beginning but the concept is cool but it just makes me feel like to want it on the Switch, or a mobile thing with real buttons, I'm sure they can do more than just generic stuff and make great stuff but the mobile isn't always the best platform imo
     
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    thank you. So they're basically gameloft #2
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    Chinese Gameloft, exactly that
     
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    For a "mobile thing with real buttons", you could look into the MOQI i7S or F(x)tec Pro1.
     
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    Why do you elitists always speak of mobile games as if they were inferior to real gaming? Just because they are shallow, have awful controls, have destroyed the games industry with F2P/P2W, eat battery like crazy and are populated by hacking cheating 10-yo Asian punks? That's no reson to consider them inf---- oh.
     
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