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Atlantica Online: Raises “Game Over” Sign Pretty High – Because Atlantica is Taken Over By Nexon America


Atlantica Online: Raises “Game Over” Sign Pretty High – Because Atlantica is Taken Over By Nexon AmericaA grave news have reached my ears: Atlantica Online is taken over by Nexon America since this month. The transfer is being made due to nDoors’ (previous Atlantica Online publisher since 2008) is acquired by Nexon Corporation. Probably, every AO player knows by now that nDoors (and its customers too, obviously) had suffered from a very poor customer service and of poorly thought out actions they have taken against the game’s community will. Now, Nexon is here to take care of everyone… Is it good or bad? I dare to say, it’s very-very-very bad… Why? Oh well…

nDoors had serious problems with their players even before Nexon came, like, for example, the fatigue system that was highly opposed by players – but still got implemented anyways. Afterwards, as far as i know, nDoors also went on blaming the players who opposed what they did, rather than admitting it was a bad idea and caused more hard than good to the game and its players. If you haven’t played AO, you don’t need to get into the details, and AO players will understand what i’m talking about here.

Nexon has acquired nDoors earlier this year, and now it's getting over Atlantica Online as well.Now, Nexon haven’t been keeping a good relationship with its community, either. Nexon is very well known for IP blockage for certain regions on most of their games, plus they prefer peer-to-peer connections even inside the games themselves. That doesn’t add any quality to the service, except for adding more lag, but it certainly reduces the cost of Nexon servers and boosts their profits. So usually Nexon is not in my “playing preferences” list.

Now, it looks like nDoors wasn’t really good at keeping Atlantica Online, but Nexon is going to be much more worse. I expect further decrease in the drop rates and i bet the level cap increases won’t match the amount of new content they are going to release. If there will be new content, that’s it. Atlantica Online sure sucked a lot of money from people, but it had it’s good parts anyway. I feel sorry for it.

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