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Posted: Feb 21st 2012 9:39PM (Unverified) said

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That was actually a pretty cool video. Didn't actually tell me a lot of the game itself (other than your character may persist int eh world in some fashion even after you log out), but more of the gaming/development culture in China. Really neat getting such an intimate view of things. Highlights for me were those beautiful twisted buildings with the colored lights and the dude sporting the fedora, stash, and a cane. ...very pimping :)

Posted: Feb 21st 2012 10:40PM Ghostspeaker said

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I have to admit I laughed at the talk of the game starting a "worldwide wuxia game trend". Only us few Westerners who follow East Asian pop culture even know what the heck wuxia is. It's pretty much a niche within a niche.

Still a pretty interesting video, though, and I'm really looking forward to giving the game a shot.

Posted: Feb 22nd 2012 2:31AM (Unverified) said

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@Ghostspeaker

Yeah, wuxia kind of had its limelight here in the west with Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. It never took off after that.

WTB A Chinese Ghost Story: The MMO ;)
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Posted: Feb 22nd 2012 9:58AM bobfish said

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@Ghostspeaker

I'd just be happy if this B2P game takes off in China, they need a good AAA MMO to stand up to all the imports there (WoW, Aion, etc).
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Posted: Feb 22nd 2012 10:24AM (Unverified) said

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f2p say no more. BUt I sure wish there was a game out there with accurate martial arts. Like a MMO version of Assassins Creed or Batman, where the combat is exactly like that.

Posted: Feb 22nd 2012 6:18PM Daemodand said

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You had me at, "Hi, I'm Xiaohan".

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