A PORTAL has opened to a post-apocalyptic world, devastated by magical and scientific abuse and mobius gamers are rallying to defend the country.
Featuring slick 3D graphics, Requiem Alive is a free to play, MMORPG, represented by Digital Media Exchange (dme) on the mobiusgames portal and created by renowned Korean game developer Gravity Co. Ltd.
"We are very excited to work with a games developer as prestigious as Gravity,"
said Steve Coleman, DME 's vice president of Business Development.
There are four races, eight basic job classes and 16 advanced job classes to choose from. Players can fight nightmare creatures, special monsters that only appear at select times, transform their characters into powerful Beast Possession monsters to increase their strength and prowess, customize their skills according to their preference with special DNA, and enhance their weapons in different combinations.
"This AAA title will be a great addition to mobiusgames and creates even more value for mobius ePoints," added Berwin Yap, director of mobiusgames.
The dme is a pioneer in the Southeast Asian online games business and among other things, was the first to launch a free-to-play game in the Philippines and launched a multicurrency, online payment gateway with a universal virtual currency, mobius ePoints, located at www.mobiusonline.net.
Players will be able to purchase Requiem Points using mobius ePoints available
at thousands of regional retail outlets and online payment platforms.
Gravity has created many successful games including the critically acclaimed, massive hit Ragnarok Online, which today accounts for more than 40 million users worldwide. Gravity also develops casual online games, mobile games, game-related products and services including animation and character-based merchandise.
Established in 2003, dme is a veteran online games publisher and game service provider to the global computer games industry.
Under the brand name Mobius (www.mobiusgames.net), dme pioneered the Southeast Asian online game industry by architecting the leading Philippine peering exchange for online games, launching the first free-to-play/item-based games in the region, and creating unique and innovative premium services seamlessly integrated within a proprietary digital media platform and payment system (www.mobiusonline.net) used by over 12 million registered users.
The dme's outsourcing division provides game consulting and support services to some of the world's largest global entertainment, technology and retailing companies including Disney, Dreamworks, Dolby Laboratories, Nexon, NHN and Build-a-Bear Workshop.
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