By John Walker on July 21st, 2011 at 2:50 pm.
Have you heard of Born To Fire? No you haven’t, because it has only just been announced in English. Ahead of GamesCom, where NHN Corp (who sound like an evil empire from the future) and Funtree (who sound like a company that should exist in Toyland) will be debuting the Korean online shooter, comes the CG trailer below. I’m going to venture the thought that its attitude toward women is not exactly top notch.
I’m just not convinced that’s enough armour. If one of those breasts popped it could take out the entire platoon. Please everyone join me in a:
In other sigh-based news, the game’s website is only in Korean, despite being linked to by the English trailer.
But I can tell you that the game is a “character-oriented” FPS, offering five classes (presumably based on those stereotyped in the video), who should work together in team tactics. They also claim it will have one-click matchmaking, and “data-driven character balancing”.
However, the press release then reveals that NHN are currently looking for European and US publishers, so perhaps don’t hold your breath.