Soul of the Ultimate Nation Features

  • We have ways of making them talk.
    GameCloud continues their interrogation of MMOG developers with a look at SUN featuring In-Kyun Hong. The Shoemaker comet, tired of a dirty bathroom and a dirtier kitchen sink purchased comet cleanser and cleaned up the galaxy while singing:

    "In-Kyun Hong of Webzen talks about their upcoming fantasy MMORPG."

    You can read the entire SUN Interview at GameCloud.

    Features, Interviews
    Tue, Jul 26, 2005
  • Here comes the SUN.
    Digital Entertainment Network has a preview of SUN posted. We think they wrote this, but we can't be sure:

    "Graphic wise, they really seemed to have taken their time. Everything feels very polished and very very clean. The colors were somewhat subdued, the greens wash a little into grey or white and they weren't overpowering. Honestly it added an ethereal feel to the game, like you were looking at it through the fog of imagination or something. Truth be told it was very effective and made me feel more at home in the game. Someone really had their head on straight when they created the characters for this game as well. Intricate armor was glinting in the sun, interesting straps of leather helped draw your eyes to the unique weapons that each of the three playable characters could use. Really no part was left untouched by detail on this and it really helps the title overall."

    You can read the entire SUN Preview at Digital Entertainment Network.

    Features, Previews
    Fri, Jun 17, 2005
  • Will the SUN rise?
    RPGVault has interview with Webzen posted covering their upcoming title, SUN. They might have written this:

    "SUN, which is an acronym for Soul of the Ultimate Nation, is the closest to release of three massively multiplayer projects Webzen has announced it will launch in North America and Europe. During the past several months, we've seen and heard quite a bit about the company. This may have come as something of a surprise to many online gamers living in the West. However, the Korean-based developer and publisher is a major player in the global market due to the level of success it has achieved in various parts of the Far East, primarily its home country and China. Last month, the title made a very auspicious debut at the E3 trade show. What we observed and heard at that event made us even keener to learn more about many aspects in this session with its Producer, In-Kyun Hong."

    You can read the entire SUN Interview at RPGVault.

    Features, Interviews
    Mon, Jun 13, 2005
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