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Posted: Aug 2nd 2010 10:07PM (Unverified) said

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Log into Aika, Lag.

Posted: Aug 3rd 2010 4:53AM mko said

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"Due to service restrictions, new gPotato accounts must originate from the United States or Canada in order to play Aika Online. Accounts created from an IP address outside of this region will be blocked from logging into the game. Accounts that attempt to log into the game from outside of the US or Canada may be blocked from playing even if the account was created within the region of service."
Are you kidding me?

Posted: Aug 3rd 2010 5:21AM Seffrid said

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Perhaps they only want gold buyers, not gold sellers, in their game?

I doubt very much I'm missing out on anything as a British player, but if I am there's another bazillion cutesy Korean F2P grindfest pk clones to play instead!

Posted: Aug 3rd 2010 8:19AM (Unverified) said

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Think you'll find that this is simply because gpotato only bought the rights to publish Aika in the USA and Canada.

Posted: Aug 3rd 2010 10:32PM Xii said

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FWIW, T3Fun (http://aika.t3fun.com/Home/Home.aspx) is publishing it in the rest of the world.

Posted: Oct 7th 2010 2:28AM (Unverified) said

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Hmmm... Interesting. Alot of people play Aika Global already. I can't blame them. Such a good game. I think it's gpotato's lost. They blocked Europe and now european people are playing Global Aika the best they can for some sort of revenge. I love AIKa Global. I miss aika online though. :D

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