(UPDATE) MyGame.ph brings its first MMORPG to RP
Editor's Note: Corrected quote and dates. By Alexander Villafania INQUIRER.net AFTER almost a year, online gaming publisher MyGame.ph will be introducing its first massively multiplayer online game. The game, Fiesta Online, is also the company's second game after Special Force Online. Fiesta Online, developed by Korean firm Ons On Soft [spelled as is] is also a fantasy-adventure game set in the world of Isya. A battle ensues between the primal force called Legel and gods that he created to watch over the land. There are four character classes in Fiesta Online: the Mage, Fighter, Cleric, and Archer. Each one has special attributes and special items. In an interview, MyGame.ph Marketing Manager Paul Buencamino said they will be starting closed beta testing in the middle of October for at least two weeks before moving on to open beta testing. "Commercial launch could be in mid-November. We're still perfecting the game," Buencamino said. The game will be primarily targeted at younger generation of players from ages eight to 15, but Buencamino said the game will still be playable by adults. The graphics is in full-3D and "cartoony" giving the impression that it is kid-friendly. The button configurations are also fairly simple with large, easily identifiable icons for different aspects of the game. Buencamino said that it was time for MyGame.ph to launch a new game to cater to a different market. He said that their first game, Special Force Online, has been enjoying a good player community of around 150,000 per day.
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