Idea Factory International website officially launched - destructoid

Idea Factory International website officially launched

9:00 AM on 11.03.2013

Wesley Ruscher

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Fans of Idea Factory games rejoice, the official international website for all things Idea Factory is finally open for public consumption. As reported by our sister site Japanator, the focus of the site is to provide news and updates for upcoming Idea Factory properties.

Currently the Japanese publisher is dependent on third party companies like NIS America, Aksys Games, and Rising Star Games to localize and publish their games in western markets. As we reported back in September, the formation of Idea Factory International aims to strengthen the company's global identity. 

To help celebrate the launch and build awareness, Idea Factory International is currently running a promotion for following their Twitter and Facebook pages. Lucky followers have a chance to win free prizes and gifts, with winners being directly contacted through either social media site. 

Idea Factory international website launched [Japanator]

 




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