Thingsoft Is Developing An Unreal Engine-Powered Sequel To Dungeon Fighter Online

Project Knock is the codename for an upcoming sequel to Dungeon Fighter Online. The game is presumably still early in development, so it's largely been kept under wraps up until now, but MMOCulture has uncovered several job listings, posted in February, that reveal a rather surprising fact. You see, Dungeon Fighter Online developer Neople isn't the company developing the sequel. [...]

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Full Peria Chronicles Trailer Released Ahead Of G-Star 2016

G-Star 2016 doesn't begin until tomorrow, but Nexon and Thingsoft decided to release the official Peria Chronicles G-Star 2016 trailer today anyways. The brand new trailer shows off an assortment of features, including but not limited to character customization, emotes, world building features, Kiranas, combat, and the game's signature anime style, which is fortunately intact after all these years. The [...]

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Nexon Has Announced Its G-Star 2016 Lineup, Peria Chronicles To Be Playable

Nexon's G-Star 2016 lineup has been announced and it seems that the company will be taking quite a few games with it. Hyper Universe, LawBreakers, Moonlight Blade, and Peria Chronicles are all included in the PC lineup, whereas Tree of Savior Mobile Remake, Dragon Nest 2: Legend, Dungeon Fighter Spirit, Fantasy Town, and TalesRunner Revolt are included in the mobile lineup. [...]

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Nexon Unveils Peria Chronicles' Backstory

Nexon unveiled Peria Chronicles' backstory at the end of last week and, much to my surprise, it is completely in English. It's not the best English translation, but it is quite interesting that a translation exists at all, given that the game is only slated for release in Korea at this time. The backstory involves the sudden appearance of "an entirely [...]

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Peria Chronicles Teases Fans With Artwork

Peria Chronicles is still in development after a few setbacks, and the developers have been teasing their Facebook fans with new artwork—including loading screens and some character art. The banner image, and below, was posted to the game's Facebook with the line "Do you want to go with me?" Yes, we've wanted to go with you since G-Star 2014. While [...]

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