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  • ‘MapleStory M’ Gets Huge Content Update Alongside Ghoulbuster Halloween Event

    ‘MapleStory M’ Gets Huge Content Update Alongside Ghoulbuster Halloween Event

    Oct 26, 2018

    MapleStory M (Free), the free to play MMO from Nexon just got a big content update alongside a new Halloween event. MapleStory M is a side-scrolling MMO that brings MapleStory to iOS and Android devices. It is always interesting to see how bigger brands make their way to mobile. Most do smaller side releases while some go for something more ambitious. MapleStory M launched a few months ago in more than 140 countries and it has been downloaded 5 million times so far.

     

     

    The Halloween event, the Ghoulbuster, is live until November 8. This event lets players earn event coins by hunting Halloween monsters including the Halloween Pumpkins, Pumpking Zombies, and more. These coins can be exchanged for special items at the Event Coin shop.

    The big content update to the game adds a higher level cap, new regions, new skills, UI changes, and a lot more. Mu Lung Garden, Temple of Time, and Gate to the Future are the three new worlds that arrived in the update. The level cap is now 200 from 150 as well. MapleStory M is available for free on iOS and Android. Check out our forum thread for it here.

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  • The United States Recently Hosted A Fanfest For A 13-Year-Old Game You Don’t Know Anything About

    The United States Recently Hosted A Fanfest For A 13-Year-Old Game You Don’t Know Anything About

    Sep 28, 2018

    If you’re not too familiar with video games, or if you’re a casual player, there’s a good chance that you’ve never heard of MapleStory. And even if you’re a hardcore gamer, if you live in North America, the odds are strong that you’ve never played the game. There’s an argument to be made that within the U.S., there’s no game that’s more cult or niche.

    Not a lot of people talk about it, and it doesn’t make headlines — why should it? After all, the side-scrolling MMORPG is an astounding 13 years old at this point. But it’s still plugging away, and according to publisher Nexon, tens of millions of Americans play the game. A nice 69 million players are registered for the English-language version of MapleStory, and it’s on the strength of those numbers that the first-ever MapleStory Fest touched down in Los Angeles.

    The fanfest was free for players to register for, and over 500 attendees (plus guests) showed up at the Fonda Theater on Saturday, April 14. Before the doors opened at 9:30 a.m., there was a line wrapped once and a half around the block with players eagerly waiting to get in. There were panels, announcements, booths with games, demos … and yes, there were cosplayers.

    The MapleStory fanbase has an interesting relationship with Nexon and the developers, as this is the only video game company that freely allows artists to create art and merchandise for MapleStory intellectual property without fear of litigation. In fact, at the regular MapleStory events in South Korea, fan vendors are invited to set up shop. And for the Fest in Los Angeles, Nexon brought in four of the top-selling fan creators to set up booths on the rooftop of the Fonda Theater and sell their wares. By the afternoon, a good amount of items at all four booths were completely sold out.

    Fans were given a passport at the door and collected stamps at the various booths, and everyone who attended absolutely wanted to try out everything on offer, including a special endgame boss fight challenge, and some hands-on time with the upcoming MapleStory mobile game — which will mark the first time that the franchise comes to an iOS device.

    In between booth time, there were trivia challenges for in-game credits, and two big panels with developers. The biggest announcements came in the afternoon when the development team made an expected announcement: MapleStory 2, the 3D sequel to the core game that has been out in Korea since 2015, will be opening its North American English-language beta on May 9. The crowd erupted at the announcement, but absolutely went wild for the unexpected announcement: all those in attendance at the MapleStory Fest automatically earned their spot in the beta.

    From everyone I spoke with at Nexon, the first MapleStory Fest was a huge success. The Fonda was packed, everyone was thrilled to be there, and virtually no one left from the time the doors opened until things closed down with costume and dance contests. Clearly, the fanbase is deeply connected to this game, even if the gallons of virtual ink spilled on video games on a daily basis rarely touch on this corner of the gaming world.

    While I spoke with a lot of gamers outside of the Fest who only really know MapleStory as a Korean game, the vast majority of those who have logged into the game in the past two years living in the United States. And as you might expect from a free-to-play MMO that’s over a decade old, a lot of those players have grown up playing the game. And that’s a big part of the reason why Los Angeles was chosen as the location for this event.

    I had a chance to speak with Jungsoo Lee, President of Nexon America, at the Fest. He said they were “kind of cautious” not knowing whether fans would turn out for the event, given it was their first in the 13-year history of the game, but was “really happy” when he saw the lines prior to the doors opening and witnessed the excitement of the fans. He also talked about the balancing act of keeping an old game alive while announcing MapleStory 2 at an event celebrating the original.

    “We are hoping that both games will grow old together,” Lee said. “It’s not like a sequel. We believe that [MapleStory 2] shares the same core, but it provides a different experience and a different dimension.”

    Lee said that as early as next month, they may start planning more MapleStory events in the United States. There will be a significant waiting period before we know whether MapleStory 2 will similarly end up being a long-lasting success, but MapleStory Fest proved that there are dedicated fans out there playing relatively obscure games every single day. The passionate fanbase of this game just received a reward for their devotion, and MapleStory Fest served as a good reminder that it’s a massive, massive world of gaming out there. Even a game that’s a teenager can receive its day in the sun.

    You can still sign up for the MapleStory 2 beta if you’re interested, and you can read more about the upcoming game here.

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  • The End Of Ownership - MapleStory Buyer Experience

    The End Of Ownership - MapleStory Buyer Experience

    Sep 28, 2018

    Anyone who plays MapleStory—an online multiplayer game created by South Korean developer Wizet—soon learns to loathe what gamers call "looting." As in most fantasy massively multiplayer online games, or MMOs, players spend much of their time trotting about a large virtual realm in battle with vicious monsters. These monsters, once vanquished, leave behind in-game currency and all sorts of valuable or crucial items—which the victorious player is then obliged to wander over and click a button to collect, or "loot." Thousands of monsters populate the game's Maple World, each one carrying something for players to capture. Countless hours may be frittered away in this repetitive pursuit. Looting, for the dogged MapleStory player, becomes a maddening chore.

    But MapleStory also features what it calls a Cash Shop. There, eager players may exchange real-world money for a number of in-game items—including, indispensable, a digital pet that offers companionship while also taking care of the looting, usually available for about $5 every 90 days. "The pet follows you around while you play, and items near the pet magically jump off the ground and into your inventory," explains Uzo Olisemeka, a longtime fan of MapleStory who insists that paying not to have to loot an item hundreds of times every hour is "a steal." MapleStory is officially free to play, and nobody is required to spend money in the Cash Shop. At least in theory. "The game is practically impossible to enjoy at higher levels without a pet looting for you," Olisemeka points out. "But nobody thinks of it as a subscription fee, and everyone gladly pays for their pet."

    But what exactly does a player of MapleStory own when they spend money on their digital pet? The question is becoming increasingly relevant at a time when more and more of our property exists in the virtual sphere: digitally downloaded movies, television programs, Kindle books, MP3s. We understand perfectly well that when we exchange money for physical goods—for a TV or a refrigerator or a pair of jeans—that a tangible transaction has been conducted. Namely, we understand that having given money to another party and having received goods in return, the goods in question now belong to us in a concrete and legally protected way.

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  • MapleStory Players Cumulatively Commit 17,000+ Years In-Game

    MapleStory Players Cumulatively Commit 17,000+ Years In-Game

    Sep 27, 2018

    Nexon, the maker of the unbearably adorable side-scrolling MMO MapleStory, has released an infographic claiming that more than 17,800 years have been cumulatively spent by players in the game since launch.

    MapleStory is a light free-to-play MMO that takes players on a journey through Maple World, ultimately facing antagonist the Black Mage. Players level-up characters through typical RPG methods such as defeating monsters and working jobs, and can interact with other players via parties and guilds, and by playing minigames. The game was developed in South Korea by Wizet, which was acquired by its publisher Nexon thanks to the game's success.

    Interestingly, there are currently more divorced player characters in the game (84,075) than married (79,944), out of a total of 12,985,342 players to date.

    To be clear, these numbers represent the original MapleStory -- not MapleStory 2, the sequel released in July 2015.

    In fact, the original title is still going strong, with a big update coming on December 15, including new abilities, elite equipment sets, high-level content, improved quest rewards, a new job advancement, and more.

    Check it out for yourself, available now on Windows PC.

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  • Evangelion Pilots Cameo in the Latest MapleStory Update

    Evangelion Pilots Cameo in the Latest MapleStory Update

    Sep 26, 2018

    MapleStory, the long-running MMORPG that gives players the chance to befriend others while building adorable little anime-style avatars, has teamed up with the creative force of Evangelion to bring an all-new event to the game that old-school players will really enjoy. The collaboration, announced today, brings Evangelion's 3 main characters -- Shinji Ikari, Asuka Langley-Soryu, and Rei Ayanami -- into the world through a crossover plotline that perfectly fits early 00's anime fan fiction, and we mean that in the kindest way possible.

    Basically: an inter-dimensional rift has opened and dropped the three teenage pilots into the vast world of MapleStory. It's up to the game's players to meet and assist the trio in order to get them used to their new surroundings (and, eventually, one would guess, back to the right universe). In order to do that, players will have to complete different challenges, and as a reward, new perks and accessories have been added to the game for players to add to their collections.

    Here's what the event offers, according to MapleStory's developers at Nexon:

    The Evangelion pilots are lost in their new surroundings in Maple World, so players are tasked with completing daily quests to help them navigate and become more familiar. Maplers can interact with Shinji, Rei and Asuka to earn EVA Coins to spend on limited-time items and must fend off waves of invasions from Angel enemies to save Maple World.

    Other key features of the MapleStory X Evangelion event include:

    ● Evangelion Coin Shop – After completing Evangelion-themed events and quests, players will earn EVA Coins to trade in for limited-time items including chairs, medals and even permanent equips;

    ● Evangelion Style Boxes – For a limited time, players can purchase special surprise boxes with accessories and outfits to dress up their MapleStory character in Evangelion style;

    ● Exclusive Items – Players can also purchase special random boxes and open them up to find Evangelion-themed items including androids, as well as purchase hair coupons designed to look just like characters from Evangelion.

    MapleStory has been active for nearly two decades, launching in 2003 and out-living almost all of that era's MMORPGs. For players who started way back when this might be the perfect mix of nostalgia needed to get back into the game.

    MapleStory is available now for PC and iOS.

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  • How to play MapleStory on Mac

    How to play MapleStory on Mac

    Sep 26, 2018


    MapleStory shot to fame when it was released back in the early 2000s, and despite the game being out for quite some time, it still features a huge fan base. The 2D side-scrolling MMO transports players to the Maple World with the aim of defeating monsters and developing their character's skills and abilities. Sounds great, right? Mac gamers wouldn’t know, as the game has never officially supported macOS/Mac OS X.

    Don’t get disheartened though, as we’ve found a way for gamers to play MapleStory on Mac – and here’s how.

    Nvidia GeForce Now for Mac

    The best (and easiest) way to play MapleStory on your Mac is via Nvidia’s new cloud-based streaming service, GeForce NOW for Mac. The service, currently available in beta form in the UK, Europe, and the US, allows Mac gamers a great and easy way to play any game from Steam or Battle.net regardless of whether it offers macOS/Mac OS X support, or how powerful your Mac is. You can run the latest graphically-demanding PC games on a basic Mac Mini if you really want to.

    How is this witchcraft managed? It’s all down to Nvidia server sites scattered across Europe and the US which handle all the processing required by the games. When you select a game you’d like to play on your Mac, Nvidia’s impressively powerful servers (which we’re told provides the equivalent to GTX 1080 performance) run the game remotely before sending it to your Mac via the internet.

    The best part? Every game that’s available to play on GeForce Now for Mac has been optimized for streaming, meaning you’ll be getting the best quality possible without having to delve in and tweak the graphics settings yourself.

    Oh, and Nvidia keeps a cached version of every game available on Steam and Battle.net on their servers, meaning there’s no waiting around while the game downloads. You should be playing the game within around 30 seconds of hitting the play button!

     

    Of course, the performance will somewhat depend on your internet speeds and location of the servers, as someone with high-speed internet that lives 500 miles from a server site will get better response times than someone with slow internet in more remote areas.

    With that being said, we’ve generally been impressed with the response times provided by GeForce Now for Mac when connected to Wi-Fi and Ethernet, although admittedly we have access to 200mb+ internet speeds not available in many parts of the UK.

    The service is completely free to use while it’s in beta too, allowing prospective Mac gamers to dive in right now and make the most of the service. Nvidia has reassured Macworld UK that the service will stay free until at least early 2018, if not longer. The only catch? High levels of interest in the service mean those that want to test it out must first join a waiting list.

    Once you’ve got access, it’s as simple as signing into your Steam account, selecting MapleStory and hitting that play button! You’ll be playing in no time.

    Boot Camp

    But what if you don’t have access to a high-speed internet connection to use Nvidia’s streaming service? Don’t fret as there is another way to play MapleStory on your Mac, but it will come at a cost of performance and storage space. Full disclaimer: we haven’t tested MapleStory specifically with this method, continue will be at your own risk.

    If you’re willing to give it a go, another way to play MapleStory on Mac is to split your Mac hard drive and run Windows 10 on a separate partition using Apple’s Boot Camp software. This method requires you to (semi-permanently) partition your hard drive and sacrifice a big chunk of Mac storage space, so consider your options before doing so.

    We suggest providing your Boot Camp partition with as much storage as possible, as the game and operating system will take a considerable amount of space - MapleStory is 14GB while Windows 10 requires around 20GB. Admittedly you can change the size of your partition once you’ve installed Windows 10, but it can create issues – read more about how to partition your Mac’s HDD here.

    If you want to go down the Boot Camp route, take a look at our instructions on how to run Windows 10 on Mac using Boot Camp. Once it’s installed, simply install Steam and MapleStory and game on! As said above, performance may be sub-optimal depending on the specification of your Mac, so you may need to tweak settings for a decent gameplay experience.

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  • MapleStory 2 Is Set To Launch Oct. 10; Pre-Registration Is Now Open

    MapleStory 2 Is Set To Launch Oct. 10; Pre-Registration Is Now Open

    Sep 25, 2018

    MapleStory, that wacky MMORPG that just refuses to die is about to embark on its next journey. That’s right, after numerous betas (I played in one, I’m not ashamed to say that), MapleStory 2 is almost upon us. Scheduled for an Oct. 10, 2018, release date, the game will be available for all PC gamers to check out. 

    When the game officially launches, a few things will be added that weren’t in the beta. A new location, Karkar Island, that’s filled with new creatures and dungeons. There’s even a new class called the Runeblade. Finally, the level cap will be raised to 60. 


    In addition to the release date, Nexon sends word that the pre-registration for the MapleStory 2 is also now available. Head on over to the official website, here, to sign up, download the launcher for the game, and reserve your name. I mean, you don’t want anyone else taking your super unique name, do you? Besides, it’s completely free. Those that do pre-register will also earn a couple of in-game prizes, which haven’t been announced as of yet. 

    So, why would you want to check out MapleStory 2? Everything that made the first game so enjoyable has been brought over and the gameplay mechanics have been tweaked. Visually, the game has received a huge advancement; it’s all 3D. While the first game was stuck as a 2D sidescrolling game, this time you’re in a vast 3D world. Also, while MapleStory was a grind fest, this time the quests you do will provide more experience and remove some of that tedious grinding. 

    While my time with the beta was brief, the game definitely feels like a modern MMO. These changes, bring the cutesy title into the leagues of games such as Final Fantasy XIV or World of Warcraft. It’s still free to play as well, so there’s a lot going on and basically, no cost for you to check it out. Sounds like a win/win to me.

    MapleStory 2 drops on Oct. 10, 2018, or Oct. 1, 2018, if you’ve picked up a founder’s pack. Maybe you’ll see me around the world of MapleStory 2.

     

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  • Pre-Registration for MapleStory 2 Starts Today

    Pre-Registration for MapleStory 2 Starts Today

    Sep 25, 2018

    Pre-registration for, the newest MMORPG adventure in Maple World, is available starting today. From September 24 through October 8, players can sign-up on the MapleStory 2 Pre-Registration site available here and earn exclusive rewards!

    Pre-registration web rewards will include unique in-game items such as the Roosting Seagull, Rustic Mushcabin Name Tag, and the Dusty Rickshaw. From September 24 through October 8, players can also receive a Mint Body Pillow by retweeting the new Runeblade trailer on Twitter and/or liking on Facebook.

    In addition to pre-registration, players who purchased a Founder’s Pack can jump into Head Start starting October 1, which will allow them to join MapleStory 2 's vibrant and immersive world ahead of global launch on October 10.

     

    Along with beta improvements, Head Start (October 1 - October 10) will include:

    Character progression that carries over to the official launch6 character slotsFounder’s Pack items access to GemstonesLv. 1 - 50 Quests and Dungeons

    Meret MarketNew customization items

    Additionally, the Archer, Assassin, Berserker, Heavy Gunner, Knight, Priest, Thief, and Wizard jobs will be available to all Head Start players. Founder’s Packs are available for purchase here until MapleStory 2 officially launches. Benefits include unique Founder’s only accessories such as the Founder’s Regalia Name Tag, 4,000 Blue Berets, Founder’s Insignia and more, including access to Head Start starting October 1, 2018.

    Assets: MapleStory

    Trailers:MapleStory 2 Runeblade Trailer: https://youtu.be/a4vzKedyhk4 MapleStory 2 CG Trailer 1: https://youtu.be/E2yp40dQnGQ MapleStory 2 CG Trailer 2: https://youtu.be/E2yp40dQnGQMapleStory 2 CG Trailer 3: https://youtu.be/5RaQNyajkmI MapleStory 2 CG Trailer 4: https://youtu.be/75cDdsei1Ks

    Social Media:Twitch / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram

    About MapleStory 2http://maplestory2.nexon.net/en

    Set in a colourful 3D block universe, MapleStory 2 is one of the most creative and customizable MMORPGs available on the market today. MapleStory 2 implements a robust set of character options, a brand new progression and growth system, and world-building tools, redefining the MMORPG genre by giving players the ability to customize everything.

     

    About Nexon America Inc.http://www.nexon.net

    Nexon America, a subsidiary of NEXON Co., Ltd. (“Nexon”) (3659.TO), is a global leader in online games, with more than 100 live games operated across more than 190 countries. Nexon pioneered micro-transactions and the free-to-play business model and is widely credited with unmatched global expertise in sophisticated live game operations, nurturing player communities, and for sustaining titles for years, even decades. Founded in Korea in 1994, the company is now headquartered in Japan and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In 2017, Nexon was placed on the Nikkei Stock Index 300.

    View source version on BusinessWire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180924005266/en/

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  • Get your reward in 2 layers, just link MapleStory account with MapleStory M

    Get your reward in 2 layers, just link MapleStory account with MapleStory M

    Sep 22, 2018

    After the MapleStory M mobile game was released recently, friends playing MapleStoryPC version may be afraid of the face, then this should turn to the mobile version of the game, let's say play it! Now the game has a link system. To receive special prizes in the PC version and mobile version. For those who want to know how to connect accounts. How to get from the bottom of this clip.

    MapleStory M brings you back into the atmosphere to ice yesterday sweet of MapleStory's Game Side-scroll MMORPG Legend is now available on mobile MapleStory M, you can dress up more than 1,000 a fun story mode. It is designed very nicely. And the most exciting boss with the combo fun that you will not be disappointed.

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  • Headache of price Meso in the MapleStory M community in Vietnam

    Headache of price Meso in the MapleStory M community in Vietnam

    Sep 22, 2018

    Meso is a basic currency in MapleStory M that has many uses such as buying, reloading, upgrading. Because NPH does not apply in-game currency policy, Meso is a money that can be traded between players.

     

    Since then, the market for Meso coin in the MapleStory M community in Vietnam has grown tremendously.

     

    In the first days of launch, the price of Meso in the game is quite stable and many gamers traded at 30k VND / 1 million Meso.

     

    As time goes on, quite a lot of players adopt the farm style to plow Meso make the amount of Meso in the game more and more. Sellers are therefore more competitive, harder to sell so many players have lowered the price to 20k to compete, sell faster.

     

    This quickly received the attention of many sellers. And most of the gamers holding Meso at 30k are said that the valuation of 20k of Meso is now affecting many sellers by open loss has seen several million loss due to dumping.

     

    However, many players have been involved in the argument that trading is a player's deal and the right to sell is entirely up to the seller's decision, as long as they are happy to trade with each other.

     

    Dumping has long been a no-brainer in many multiplayer games. And now the issue is still a hot topic in the MapleStory M community in Vietnam.

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