Now Playing: Kritika Online
Join Jonathan and Randolph as they walk you through the early parts of Korea's currently hottest MMO that channels Devil May Cry's combat shenanigans.
by Rey Barros on
most korean games tries to copy devil may cry and final fantasy,and one sample is "cabal".but i will check this game :),got too many regrets in mmo of japan,this might be good,inspite copying dmc(my fav game)
Combat really looks nice. Not liking that choppy animations when the character turns around but hey, graphics aren't everything.
TERA > some unknown Korean game from some unknown Korean dev. and game looks like everything else out there..
Enemies waddle up to you for the slaughter as you spam your one combo over and over. How exciting...
how is this combat anything like god of war or DMC? just because you don't have an auto attack feature doesn't mean it's the same thing.
Saying it's like Devil May Cry is just what game sites say about any action mmo. I guess they either think their audience is too dumb to understand it any other way, or they're dumb enough to actually think its a sufficient comparison.
This type of combat doesn't appeal to me. I think ESO will be the only mmo worth playing in my opinion , aside for GW2 and WoW.
I have to wonder...are is the MMO to Korea what the FPS in to the US? I have to ask because all I hear about games from Korea involve MMOs.
That aside, the combat in this game does look pretty awesome. That aspect alone has me hopeful for a worldwide release (I can read Japanese, but sadly not Korean).
@reanor2 That combat doesn't.
@LightningPurgeZ It's a shame that you didn't like the combat system of the most recent DMC game. It may be slower than the combat system in DMC 3 but it's also pretty deep, the controls were responsive and there were so many ways to combo the different weapons and I thoroughly enjoyed my time playing the new DMC. In my opinion the combat system in the new DMC has a much broader list of combos than Metal Gear Rising.