I went on another gaming adventure last week exploring a new FPS title from Nexon GT called Sudden Attack 2! It's been along time since I've played an FPS game so I was a bit rusty, but I did enjoy messing around and shooting people up. I've actually never played the original version so everything was new to me. I suppose this version is a bit similar to CS 1.6 turning into Source or GO with a nice graphic upgrade? Anyway, I've posted some of my gameplay below!
Aeria Games just signed publishing rights for the Korean MMORPG Bless Online. It looks like the game is going to be making its way to both North America and Europe. The original article written by Inven News, does not state on any specific release dates so just keep your fingers cross and hope for a fast and good quality localization. Meanwhile, I've posted some of my random videos below. Make sure you check out my reviews and previews on the game!
The Korean version of Black Desert Online is going to get the Blader aka Musa awakening this week! The character will be specializing in a flame version of a long polearm weapon called a Moon Blade DanWoldo. It also has other names like Moonlight Blade, Crescent Blade, Naginata, etc. The female Blader also known as the Maehwa won't be getting her awakening until early next month. Check out the trailer below or at the official Korean page.
Just writing a quick a little news about the current status of the upcoming English version of Soulworker Online. It looks like Liongames unintentionally leaked on who the publisher for the game will be on their official Business Partners page. As it turns out, Gameforge is going to be publishing the game for both NA and EU. I know already know what you're thinking, smirk.
Versus : Battle of the Gladiator developed by an indie team called Netker recently launched a Steam Greenlight page. The game features brutal non-targeting combat with over seven unique combat styles. As a PvP game, it will focus on playing mind games against your enemies using feints, counter-attacks, parries, and more. It also features an armor break system along with hundreds craftable weapons and armor.
Cygames Japan recently patched the Japanese version of Granblue Fantasy with English settings for the game. The patch is pretty good so far despite having some of the names being off or renamed into something unexpected. Most of the story is translated and stuff which is nice. The voices are still in Japanese, but I'm sure that's how most people would prefer it.