Posts Tagged ‘Chinajoy’

BigWorld Chinajoy 2012 Interviews: Prodigy

Monday, September 10th, 2012, posted by Kris

from the Chinajoy desk

The final installment of our Chinajoy 2012 video interview series, we spoke with David Djasa from Indonesian publisher Prodigy about his work with BigWorld-Powered Realm of the Titans.

Discussed in the interview is the current state of MOBAs, the Chinajoy expo, potential worldwide distribution of the game, and how BigWorld fit into the game’s production.

Check out the video below.

BigWorld Chinajoy 2012 Interviews: COG

Friday, September 7th, 2012, posted by Kris

from the Chinajoy desk

In this installment to our Chinajoy 2012 interview series (previously with 9HGame and T2CN), we spoke with the product manager for Chinese game publisher COG.

Detailed in the interview is information regarding BigWorld-Powered States of War, a high-quality MMO that has made its rounds in China the past 2 years. While it is currently only available in China and Korea, COG has plans to launch it in other countries around the world.

Check the interview out below.

BigWorld Chinajoy 2012 Interviews: 9HGame

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012, posted by Kris

from the Chinajoy desk

Continuing our Chinajoy 2012 interview series, this is a video interview with Guoqiang Sun (孙国强), the head of marketing and operations for They are the developers behind the BigWorld-Powered naval warfare MMO Navy Legend, the first online war game to ever appear in the Chinese market.

Discussed in the interview is the game Navy Legend itself, why they decided to use BigWorld Technology, some interesting thoughts on the Chinajoy expo, and even World of Tanks.

Check it out below.

BigWorld Chinajoy 2012 Interviews: T2CN, Developer of Xiakeliezhuan

Monday, September 3rd, 2012, posted by Kris

from the Chinajoy desk

In this addition to our Chinajoy 2012 Interview series, we spoke with Fei Qiu, the marketing director for T2CN studio.

Brought up in the video is Xiakeliezhuan, a game developed on BigWorld Technology. The Martial Arts MMO took 5 years to develop, and focuses heavily on PVP and War aspects in the game.

Also discussed in the video is Chinajoy itself, as well as why they chose BigWorld, what makes Xiakeliezhuan unique, and some more interesting topics.

Check out the full interview below.

Chinajoy 2012

Monday, July 23rd, 2012, posted by Matt

from the conference desk

We are preparing for this year’s Chinajoy, booth #W5-B407. Drop by our booth for invites to our party.

Celebrating their ten year anniversary, Chinajoy has conferences set up for Game Business, Game Development, and Game Outsourcing. They will also be awarding select games in the “Golden Plume Awards Annual Best Game Election”, as well as their own coveted “China Game Developers Award”.

The event is taking place on July 26th to the 29th this year, so if you are anywhere near the Shanghai New International Expo Center, be sure to stop by.

See our event page for more details.

Chinajoy 2011: Netease Pavilion

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011, posted by Matt

from the cosplay desk

Chinajoy, the biggest games expo in China, has come and gone, and freepaper has covered BigWorld licensee Netease’s pavilion. Images capture a bit of the chaos of Chinajoy.

Netease is the Beijing-based internet giant that currently holds the Chinese licenses for World of Warcraft and Starcraft. The company also developed and maintains BigWorld-powered Tian Xia II, one of the most popular MMO’s in China. Netease was in full force, showcasing Tian Xia II, and its wealth of other titles.


Netease Gearing Up for ChinaJoy

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011, posted by Matt

from the festival fervor desk

BigWorld is on its way to Chinajoy, the biggest games conference in China. Most of our partners and licensees will be there, as well as an ocean of cosplayers, booth babes, developers, and press. BigWorld Technology licensee Netease has given us a nice glimpse of what they have planned.

The Beijing-based, 15-year-old internet giant is known for its thorough presence at games conferences, particularly ChinaJoy. On demonstration will be BigWorld-powered Tian Xia II, one of the most popular MMO’s in Asia, as well as a host of the studio’s other titles. Netease also operates World of Warcraft and Starcraft II in China.

Anyone even slightly interested in Netease should find this page useful. They’ve provided all necessary prep material for a visit to their pavilion. You can find a full virtual tour of the booth, the lineup of their booth… ahem, representatives, all the games that will be on showcase (including BigWorld-powered Tian Xia II), and a boatload of other info here.