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Gamepot, Inc., is one of Japan's leading game publishers of massively multiplayer online games and mobile games.
They were founded in 2001 in Japan, and had their first success with an online golf game called Pangya in 2004. They opened their U.S. publishing division, Gamepot (USA), Inc., in Los Angeles in August 2008.
In 2006 they successfully launched Kunshu (The Monarch Online), Cabal Online, and La Tale. Also, Gamepot (USA) partnered with Square Enix in the English localization of Fantasy Earth: Zero in 2010 and created Wizardry Online in 2013.
- Wizardry Online (January 30, 2013)
- Mebius Online (April 6, 2011~February 28, 2013)
- Paperman (February 12, 2009~)
- Concerto Gate (April 23, 2009~)
- La Tale (2007~)
- Fantasy Earth Zero (December 2006~)
- CABAL Online (November 2006~)
- Kunshu Online
- Pangya (November 11, 2004~)
- Web Koihime Muso
- The Shogun
- Lively Island COR
- Trickster Online (Transfer 2012~)
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- The Legend of MIR 2 (Canceled)
- Bright Shadow (Canceled)
- Fantasy Earth: Zero (Canceled)
- Alteil (Canceled)
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- "Multiplayer Online Games Directory / News / Gamepot Partners with Square Enix for Fantasy Earth Zero". Mpogd.com. 2010-01-12. Retrieved 2012-04-24.
- Gifford, Kevin (2009-07-29). "A Japanese Renaissance for Wizardry". 1up.com. Retrieved 2012-04-24.