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The original Kingdom Under Fire games were two of the most under-appreciated gems of the original Xbox and, after a few missteps, Blueside Studios is back to its roots with Kingdom Under Fire 2, due on the Xbox 360 next year -- and now the PS3, too. The news came during a press conference in Sout...

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November 18, 2010 at 9:30PM

New Kingdom Under Fire II media has been released, showing off some of the first footage of actual gameplay. The game looks to play similarly to its predecessors, offering hack-and-slash gameplay mixed with some strategic elements. The first trailer, embedded above, deals mostly with the simple fig...

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Though we're wary of its attempt to squeeze yet another barely pronounceable acronym into our gaming vocabulary -- the Multiplayer Online Action Real-Time Strategy, or MOARTS -- Kingdom Under Fire II looks to be the sword-swinging, troop-commanding sequel that fans of the franchise have been waitin...

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We know you're asking the same question: weren't there two Kingdom Under Fire games on the original Xbox, and wasn't there another spin-off on the Xbox 360 already? The answer to both of those questions is yes but, as Unreal Tournament and Resident Evil and Silent Hill have shown us, the tradition...

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Korean studios Blueside and Phantagram have revealed Kingdom Under Fire II, a game described as the "true sequel" to 2001's tactical action game, Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders. Scheduled to arrive on PC and "console" platforms in 2009, the game promises to take its predecessor's combination of ...

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Former employees of NCSoft and Phantagram have created a new studio to design a 'third-person massively multiplayer online action game'? And it's powered by CryENGINE 2, the same game engine used in Crysis? Tell me more. As it says in the press release: Reloaded Studios are a Seoul-based game c...

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The official web site for Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom is now live, and while the scantily-clad warrior babes remain, the addictive mix of action and strategy that has defined the series is being replaced by a hack-and-slash RPG. If you were turned off by the disappointing Ninety-Nine Nights, ...

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Born of a union between Kingdom Under Fire developer Phantagram and Tetsuya Mizuguchi's Q Entertainment, Ninety-Nine Nights promised to combine the grand scale of Dynasty Warriors with dramatic storytelling and strategic gameplay. Despite its impressive pedigree, however, N3 appears to have deliver...

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Microsoft has announced that the Xbox 360 exclusive Ninety-Nine Nights will hit store shelves in August (EB Games is listing 8/15). A collaboration between Q Entertainment's Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Lumines, Meteos) and Phantagram's Sang Youn Lee (Kingdom Under Fire), Nights puts you in control of seven ...

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Developer Blue Side has gracefully decided to share some early and undeniably striking concept art for their forthcoming Xbox 360 sequel, Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom. Though the Kingdom Under Fire series failed to set retail charts on fire during its run on the original Xbox, vocal fans won'...

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Korean developer Phantagram hasn't forgotten about Kingdom Under Fire amidst all the hype surrounding Ninety-Nine Nights. They are currently working on another KUF sequel, Circle of Doom, for Xbox 360, and recently announced that the franchise will also return to its PC roots with this new installme...

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Microsoft wants us to know they really do care about American gamers. After all the Redmond rhetoric about capturing the Asian market and then teasing us with a Japanese-exclusive demo, they have confirmed at the GDC that Ninety-Nine Nights will be landing on western shores later this year. How muc...

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