New Kingdom Under Fire rides to PCs

Blueside bringing medieval Xbox 360 RPG to new platform; Phantagram, Dragonfly brought on board to port game.

Korean game developer Blueside has announced plans to release a PC version of its upcoming Xbox 360 role-playing game Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom.

With its plate full with the Xbox 360 version, Blueside has enlisted the help of fellow Korean developers Phantagram and Dragonfly for work on the PC version. US gamers may know Phantagram for its work on the upcoming Xbox 360 game Ninety-Nine Nights, set to launch in Japan this month.

Circle of Doom is a departure for the series in that it leaves the familiar real-time strategy action associated with previous KUF installments. The companies didn't release any new details about their new project, but they did state that the PC version would support online play. No release date has been set.

For more information on Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom, check out GameSpot's previous coverage of the Xbox 360 version.

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MythDarK
MythDarK

If you played any KUF game before then you should know that this is gonna be just as great as the others.

nomad_soul16
nomad_soul16

hey, all of you. do you think it's good enough to play

watercandle
watercandle

Problem is the developer called Dragonfly who is making PC MMO. Dragonfly had made two online FPS game and those games are really poor. Both games were pathetic CS clone, and simply, they SUCKS! Do not expect something cool...

adolfogomez
adolfogomez

you can get a 6800gs or an old x850xt for 160.00US (OEM) and a nice ASUS pci EX board (79US) put it in the rig you have at home (most people are sitting with a socket LGA or 754 chip and 512 of decent ram in their house now in days) and play this and just about all other games at a fraction of a xbox360 (and do more with it) only dell and alienware want people to think you need a 2k machine 2b a PC gamer. ASUS boards even have optic digital out for a 5.1 system. I'm glad they bring games like this to the PC, there is lots of value in a PC in general.

jamil2nice
jamil2nice

I'd think the PC is a better bargain I doubt this game would need more than an 800 PC to play at respectible settings, with that considered, and the million other things the PC does, I'll save my $10 bucks and buy the PC version

Yagami-Iori
Yagami-Iori

I'm comparing gaming titles. The X360 isn't getting much in the way as far as exclusivity, it's almost pointless, unless you can't afford a good enough PC to play these games, to have an X360 at this point is what I'm saying (again).

soulknight63133
soulknight63133

Yagami why would compare a PC to a console? That's just plain stupid, but over-all and price considered X360 is still the better bargain.

Yagami-Iori
Yagami-Iori

The way the X360 keeps getting also for PC games, it really is just the poor man's gaming PC

tomamagic
tomamagic

And here I thought Kingdom Under Fire was going to be an exclusive for the Xbox 360. Oh well, just as long as the RPG genre is still going strong, I'm happy.

gameloverx
gameloverx

Nice a PC versionof one of my favorite franchises

saturndust
saturndust

I loved the First KUF, Changes on this are looking to be great XD.

tutukun
tutukun

yes, I was going to get KUF on XBOX , but now I'll wait. This is going to be great

yr175065
yr175065

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jamil2nice
jamil2nice

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