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omg. i don't know how credible this is, but D=

from Nexon Reviews | Glassdoor

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Originally Posted by the latest person to review

Pros The environment, when not facing strenuous deadlines concerning updates, patches, whatever, is very relaxed and the people you meet are wonderful.
Basketball court, lounge, and beautiful beach view.
Great place to make life-long friends and find people who are truly compassionate about their jobs and the games.
Cons Leadership is addled and confused. They have no clue how to manage these games and are hindered even further by Nexon Korea.
Meager pay.
Harsh deadlines and late nights.
No overtime.
Some of the policies are for certain individuals only.

Advice to Senior Management Learn to have some courage and don't needlessly follow everything that Nexon Korea tells you. You are your own company and you're missing out on gems and alienating your player base. Instead of doing the right things and pushing for certain games, you've allowed games which at one time were one of your leading moneymakers, to fall stagnate, like DFO. Now you try and focus on other games, like Vindictus, Combat Arms, and Maple Story, letting the true gems escape you. I understand some of the reason and verdicts come from Nexon Korea, especially in regards of closing the servers and shutting down DFO in the next few months, but with a little push things could have been different. This adds stress to your workers also, as they are met with a community that dislikes them, especially when we aren't allowed to communicate with them. This has them believing things like bugs and errors are our fault, especially when we aren't giving time to look over the code and fix these things. I mean come on, you get a patch and want us to translate, code and import it in less than two weeks? This company only cares about money and hopefully some of the games they'll be losing in 2013 because of Nexon Korea's decisions will be picked up by better companies.