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.
SoulWorker was originally developed in South Korea by LionGames and published in Japan first. It's now finally launching in South Korea published by Smilegate next week on January 18th. It looks like the Korean version is almost up-to-date with the Japanese version, excluding the latest two playable characters. The Korean version also offers newly added content that's not available in the Japanese version yet such as air dash, unique my room features, bike mount, planned ranking up characters (similar to Closers agent system?), and more. Check out the Korean Open Beta trailer below along with my latest Japanese version gameplay.
Star Ocean: Anamnesis just went live today for the mobile device and I do recommend trying the game out right away due to the special release rewards. Just how good are the rewards? You get 13,000 crystals right after the tutorial which means you can roll the character Gacha 20 times and the weapon Gacha 10 times. Oh, it doesn't stop there you also get 1x 5 Star Character and 5 Star Weapon ticket. I know they're going to add better characters and weapons in the future, but you can literally start the game with a full team of 5 Stars if you're up for the reroll frenzy. If you've never played a mobile game, you're probably like "Wtf is Steparu talking about!?" lol.
Netmarble Korea's Unreal Engine 4 Lineage II: Revolution will be available for download starting next month on December 14th! They're planning on simultaneously launching the game for both the Android and iOS devices. Lineage II: Revolution received a lot of attention during the G-Star 2016 event last week. Here is to hoping that the game isn't delayed yet again after a few months of consecutive delays.
Neowiz Korea just announced that they're going to launch a pre-release beta test for Iron Sight a Next Generation Military FPS game developed by Wiplegames. Users who are interested in trying out the game can start downloading their game client today and play next week on November 29th. Having previously tested the game out, Iron Sight gives off a Call of Duty vibe with a similar killstreak system. The matches go by very fast and the maps are fairly small so you're bound to kill or get killed easily.