Kingdom Under Fire II Gameplay Videos

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Now, if you haven’t heard of Kingdom Under Fire II, then I don’t blame you. This South Korean MMO, developed by Blueside, rarely gets news out. In fact, if there is news, it is usually done at an event called G-Star, an annual event held in . It so happens that G-Star took place last week, so there was some news and a couple of videos to accompany the game, which will be released on Playstation 3, PC and Xbox 360.

The game itself can be described as real time strategy with elements similar to that of Tecmo Koei’s Dynasty Warriors, which happens to be popular in the East. You are one character but you have an whole army at your disposal to aid you in battle. The Playstation 3 version will be released in 2012 while the PC version is rumoured to ship out sometime this year. No word on the Xbox 360 version as of yet.

Here are the videos. The first is a trailer while the second is a playthrough:



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