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GAMEYEZ Steps into Philippines Online Game Market

August 15, 2011

GAMEYEZ Steps into Philippines Online Game Market

Finally the long awaited GAMEYEZ Online Gaming Portal will launch in the Philippines Online Market on the 16th of August, 2011. The first game revealed by GAMEYEZ is called Blade of Destiny (B.O.D Originally Developed by Korean Developing Company BAG Entertainment). BOD follows a traditional MMORPG with a Fantasy Style Martial Arts genre.

B.O.D will run its Closed Beta Test for 2 weeks, once it has been launched on Tuesday the 16th of August, 2011. To celebrate GAMEYEZ portal and B.O.D CBT launch, GAMEYEZ will run special events to allow all players to experience the excitement of B.O.D. The Special event will include bonus EXP, highly set item drop rate and they will even give out enough Cash Points (GE Points) so that all players can enjoy playing at GAMEYEZ portal during the 2 weeks of CBT phase.

Philippines players will love playing B.O.D with our specialized PvP system. It consists of 2 enemy Races and they have to fight against each other. Also B.O.D provides over 300 Cash Items and over 700 Quests for Philippine players to enjoy.
Compared to any other MMORPG, B.O.D has very light client and it requires lower graphic specs, allowing players to approach the game more freely.

Also CARIAN a Fantasy Web Browser Based Game will be launched not long after the launch of B.O.D.CARIAN which is expected to launch in the Philippines during September, This will be one of the first RPG genred Web Browser Based Games. CARIAN, being a non-client based browser game, allows players who had difficulties in playing client based games due to its highly expected PC requirements. To enjoy playing CARIAN without the hassle of downloading a game client.

GAMEYEZ as an Online Gaming Portal sets its goals as a Global portal, but GAMEYEZ promises to satisfy all Philippine players by providing various genres of Online Games with various events and item price policies to meet the needs of the ever growing Philippines Online Gaming Market.

• Gameyez Homepage:
• BAG Facebook Fan Page:


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