Fantasy Frontier will finally be getting a Japanese port published by X-Legend Entertainment! Which is good news to my readers that can understand a bit of Japanese! The first Closed Beta for the Japanese version is scheduled to start this year or should I say very soon. I may be tempted to try out the Japanese version since I am bit familiar with the language. Though if you're patient enough, you can just wait for the English version.
Neowiz Bless Studio and Pmang released another new teaser update today introducing a new set of boss monsters along with a transformation video of Kamut the Wolf King. According to the developer team, some of the bosses in the game have a transformation or mutation system. They also said that not many online games have some kind of unique transformation and morphing system other than console titles. Boss monsters have their own unique attack patterns, special fights, and more. I am guessing that they are planning on having interactive boss battles instead of the usual Tank and Spank. Check out the transformation video below or at their main teaser page located here.
Square-Enix Japan just released the Final Fantasy Agito Trailer for the iOS/Android device and to my surprise it's not a card game! The upcoming Type-0'ish game is free to play with micro transactions, most likely a stamina/fatigue system of some sort. Other than the whole RPG side of the game, players can strengthen their relationship with other NPC's through small scenario events. The developers also mention that Final Fantasy Agito should have a very long replay value as the story often changes. The game looks really good, about time SE released a nice quality looking game for the smartphone device that is not browser based or a cheap spin off.
Dragon Nest Korea just released a new trailer and update featuring the 2nd Nest dungeon. Upon successfully clearing the new Mist Nest Dungeon, players will obtain an important key item that will help them enter the 3rd Nest dungeon scheduled to come out later this year called Dragon Nest. Players can only clear this dungeon up to five times a week. Apparently there is a solo version of the dungeon along with the normal party mode. Haven't played Dragon Nest in awhile so I am not sure on the exact details. At the end of the dungeon and video below, you will see the Sobbing Mist Queen which is the final boss of the dungeon.
Tales of Links just opened their recruitment page for their new upcoming Tales of Links game for the iOS and Android devices. Players can now take their Tales of series experience on the go with this upcoming title. No new trailers or gameplay images have been released just yet and the game description seems to be a bit vague other than it will be a touch RPG title, has character scenarios, and is free. Apparently you can have up to a maximum party size of 12, which is pretty big, I hope it turns out okay. I actually used to play a lot of Tales of games a long time ago therefore I am kind of excited to see what's up with this one. If you don't mind the moonrunes, then you can Pre-Register at http://tolink.tales-ch.jp/ to obtain the Tales of Graces Sophie character on release date.