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Sega Partners with Gogogic on Godsrule
Sega has announced that it will work with Gogogic to develop Godsrule: War of Mortals. The browser/tablet game is free-to-play and is set to launch in early 2013.
"We choose our partners carefully and Gogogic has a demonstrated ability in creating top-flight games that resonate with their players," said Sega of America vice president of Digital Business Chris Olson. "We look forward to building new worlds with them."
Read more about Gogogic in this two part interview exclusive to [a]list.