After my first month in NCsoft’s martial arts MMO Blade & Soul I hit a wall. I wasn’t annoyed or frustrated. In fact up to that point I’d been enjoying myself immensely. I was satisfied with what I had played, and felt no need to continue. That’s odd, right?
It’s really hard to find a stopping point to review Blade & Soul when new content keeps coming out. Today Ncsoft announced the first expansion pack for its massively multiplayer martial arts role-playing game is launching in two days. Sheesh.
Finally something to do with the Warlock-only equipment that’s been dropping since NCsoft’s martial arts MMO launched in North America back in January.
It’s been a little over three weeks since I started playing NCsoft’s martial arts MMO import, and my desire to reach the level cap has lessened considerably.
This is actually a good look for me. One of several good looks that highlight one of my favorite features of kung fu MMO Blade & Soul: playing dress up.
NCsoft’s martial arts MMO Blade & Soul is filled with colorful non-player characters voicing their enthusiastic praise, desperate pleas for help or dramatic plot advancement. Then there’s Ronsul. She’s the best.
Technically I know advanced assassination techniques, but it’s all a sort of Kung Fu as far as NCsoft’s latest Korean import is concerned. Check out my impressions after one week of that sort of fighting—you know, the one everyone is doing.
Martial arts MMORPG Blade & Soul launched in North America and Europe today, bringing with it one of the most gut-wrenchingly awesome movement systems I’ve ever experienced in the genre. Hold on to your stomachs, kids.
Wildly popular Korean fantasy MMO Blade & Soul finally launches in North America and Europe this Tuesday. Check out the thrilling opening sequence players in the early head start are experiencing over and over right now.
The Summoner class in Blade & Soul, NCsoft’s latest massively multiplayer Korean import, get to choose a feline companion to fight by their side for the rest of their days. There are other classes to play in the current closed beta, but they are not important.
There are 60 new anime on the air this spring season and so it can be understandably more than a little difficult to know which ones to watch. Luckily, we at Kotaku East are here to help with our recommendations.
After eight years, illustrator Hyung-Tae Kim is leaving NCsoft. Earlier today, Kim confirmed the departure on his blog.
Blade & Soul is out this year in South Korea on PC, and it's eventually making its way to consoles (PS3 and Xbox 360). The good news is that it should be getting a Western release, too.