The Korean version of MU Legend launches in South Korea later this month starting on March 23rd. Webzen recently released a handful of new trailers showcasing the playable characters and the full CG version trailer below. They also launched a brand new website that you can check out here. I'm sure most of you have already tried the game out in English so no need to explain much!
God Eater Online just launched in Japan and is now available for download on the Android device while the iOS version is slightly delayed will become available as soon as Apple verifies and check the game. Whoa, I somehow managed to guess the release date correctly when I wrote about the game coming out around Valentine's day XD! The game is super huge so prepare for a download. I've posted both new release and beta version gameplay videos below.
Nuri Work's Futuristic Sci-Fi PC MMORPG Wild Buster is finally going to launch in South Korea starting next month on March 2nd. The game has been in development for quite some time now, I remember making a post on it awhile back in 2013, lol. Anyhow, the quarter-view MMORPG offers action controls featuring hack & slash melee and some hardcore shoot'em up gameplay. Wild Buster also provides players with a fast-paced leveling system. I should probably test this game out at least once after skipping out the previous betas.
Marchen Busters also known as Fairy Tale Busters just launched Open Beta in Japan. Having no new Eastern PC game to test this month, I decided to try the new kawaii Anime third person shooter. The game is pretty amusing so far, especially the awkward death animations. Just some random game to play to kill time and for laughs, the game feels like it's missing some stuff like voices. I haven't tried the PvE content yet, but I think you can farm gold there to buy outfits and guns for your character? Have a look at PvP gameplay below.
Ragnarok Online was one of my favorite old school MMORPG's next to FFXI so I went ahead and tested the new mobile version of the game. The music and characters sure bring back a lot of memories! Gameplay wasn't all that confusing and totally playable without knowing Chinese. I'm sure there are a ton of Foreigners already trying out the game as it's one of the most anticipated mobile MMORPG around. You shouldn't worry about the language barrier too much and there are tons of guides already available if you happen to get stuck. That's all for now!
Lost Tale just launched in South Korea and it seems like the publishers had requested adjustments to the game to avoid further problems. I tested the game for a good hour and posted a short gameplay video oh the Korean version below. The game is the same mechanics-wise, a lot auto-play lazy mode questing and dungeons. If you've got some free time or can no longer wait for the Korean Tree of Savior Mobile Remake, then you can go ahead and try this one out.