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Rune Jade media & information !

Hudson has just revealed the first media as well as some new information on their recently announced online Dreamcast RPG Rune Jade, with the opening of the official site for the game.

300 years after legendary King Elga defeated the demons and sealed their king away, rumor has it that demons are surfacing again from the caves. Four youths thus decide to go on a journey to defeat the demons.

The characters will be able to change classes and choose from 4 jobs : Knight, Wizard, Martial artist, or Ninja, each of which is available for both male or female characters. Each of those classes will determine the settings of some specific dungeons. The game will also supposedly feature extra-hard dungeons as well as hidden dungeons. Rune Jade focuses mostly on the online gaming aspect of the game; in online fields, players will be able to communicate and chat through the game's interface. The game will also supposedly support VMS use.

Hudson's Dreamcast Network RPG title is scheduled for a Summer release in Japan at a retail price of 5,800 yen.

Until then, be sure to check out our 33 screen shots and artwork of the game !

Date Updated:
March 11th, 2000

Time Updated:
5:22 AM


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Related Links:
  •   Hudson soft's official Rune Jade site


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