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CJ Internet Announces Sin Streets

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CJ Internet (CJ E&M, also known as Netmarble), has announced the opening of its first North American office, located in Los Angeles, California. The new office will be known under “CJ Games Global,” and aims to expand the company’s audience further while adding new games to its roster.

In addition, the company has announced Sin Streets. Described as an “urban online FPS,” Sin Streets is being developed from the same developer that created Sudden Attack (GameHi). Little else is known about the title, although a sneak peek is available on Facebook and at E3 next week.

CJ Internet also publishes Uncharted Waters Online.

Sin Streets Concept Art


CJ E&M Opens New US Office, Announces New FPS Title Sin Streets

Top Korean Gaming Company Bolsters American Presence with Expanded Game Lineup

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — June 1, 2012 — CJ E&M, a leading global entertainment company, today announced the opening of a new office in Los Angeles, California to strengthen their operating capacity in the United States. The US subsidiary, known as CJ Games Global, will allow the company to offer expanded support and service to a wider audience, and increase the number of top-quality games that CJ E&M can launch and offer to gamers everywhere. Bolstered by this new office, CJ E&M is announcing Sin Streets, a new urban online FPS, as the latest addition to its catalog.

The success of CJ E&M’s titles has allowed the company to focus on growing its operations in the US and elsewhere. These titles include such hits as Uncharted Waters Online, an MMORPG which has been in operation for over three years with many updates. The next title scheduled for release, the urban action shooter Sin Streets, is currently in development from the celebrated creators of Sudden Attack, and is scheduled to launch in Q3 2012. These games, and several others, will be on display at CJ Games Global’s booth at E3 2012 in Los Angeles, June 5-7.

Get a sneak peek at Sin Streets concept art on Facebook.

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