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HUE Announces New MMORPG
10.31.05 - 11:03 PM

At a Halloween-themed press conference Hanbit Ubiquitous Entertainment (HUE) announced the newest addition to its growing line-up of MMORPGs in Tokyo today. Developed by South Korean company Joy Impact, With your Destiny is already available in South Korea, mainland China, Brazil, the Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore. In April 2004 Joy Impact released a sequel of the game in South Korea. HUE is now bringing this sequel to the Japanese market.

With your Destiny offers its players four character classes: Trance Knight (warrior), poema (magic user), beastmaster (capable of summoning beasts and transforming himself into a werewolf) and hunter. To get from point A to B, players can mount horses, dragons and other vehicles.

The game's image theme "Not a World Apart" will be performed by R&B artist Yuri.

As for the Japanese release of the MMORPG, it will enter its first closed beta testing phase with 10,000 participants in late November. A second, open beta test is planned for December. With your Destiny can be downloaded and played free of charge, however players will have to pay real-world cash for the items they purchase in the game.

With your Destiny has yet to receive a definite release date in Japan, but is scheduled to be available shortly after the conclusion of the open beta testing phase.


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