SEOUL – Good news for those smartphone gamers who don't have access to accounts in their home countries.
The Korean government has finally eased restrictions on the Korean Apple ITunes store, allowing games to be purchased. Following the ease in restrictions on games due to a problem of rating games, the hope is to stimulate the game market in the country.
There have been numerous complaints from Apple user's in Korea due to the strict censorship of games. Apple decided to not launch the games option in the country due to the strict censorship laws. The ban has been in effect for one year and seven months.
Google phone owners who are on the Android system will have to wait a few more weeks until its game applications hit the market.