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Khan: The Absolute Power Goes English Release
11.25.04 - 2:42 AM

Manila, Philipines-based online gaming provider and ePDLT subsidiary Netgames has announced that the beta of its 3D MMORPG Khan: The Absolute Power's English version has commenced. Developed by Mirinae Entertainment, the game will take place in a world themed after the 13th century Mongol Empire under Genghis Khan. In various locations of inner Mongolia Khan, the knight Indestructible Shield, the micko High Spirit, the necromancer Brilliant Harmony, the sorcerer Blade of Crystal and the assassin Secret Shadow will have to fight monsters and other foes. Characters will gradually change their appearance, as they gain more experience and level ups. While players will be able to play on their own, a key aspect of Khan, for instance when it comes to levelling up, is to cooperate with fellow users. Furthermore, Mirinae has incorporated popular features such as siege battles and guilds into the game.

Khan: The Absolute Power is currently in its open beta testing phase and hence playable for free until December. No release date has been announced at this point.


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