LOS ANGELES, June 27 (Reuters) - South Korean video game company Webzen Inc. on Tuesday said it struck a deal in which Microsoft Corp.'s newly acquired Massive Inc. advertising unit will place promotions in two of its upcoming titles. The ad deal, which is a first for online game maker Webzen, marks Massive's entry into the Asian market, the companies said. Financial terms were not disclosed. Games included in the deal are "Huxley," set for release next year, and "All Points Bulletin," ...
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