During E3 2012, Dungeon Fighter LIVE: Fall of Hendon Myre was announced for Xbox LIVE Arcade. A subsidiary of Nexon, Neople, Softmax, the game’s co-developer, and Microsoft Studios were all at the showcase for the reveal of the new title. The game offers the fun of the original Dungeon Fighter Online with updated visuals, thanks to the 360′s capabilities.
Dungeon Fighter LIVE will allow up to four-player co-op, both in the online and offline environments. It also features plenty of in-game story, told through cutscenes, and a frame rate of 60fps. The multiple classes are expected to require 10 hours or more apiece to play through the game’s storyline.
Dungeon Fighter LIVE: Fall of Hendon Myre is the first hybrid game that brings successful online game IP into console title, which is born out of long experiences and expertise in each field,” says CEO of Neople, Shin-Chul Kang. This is certainly the case, as the game is set to release in eight different languages through XBLA. Nexon Korea plans to reward purchasers in the US, Japan, and Korea, where Dungeon Fighter Online is played to this day, offering an outfit item that can be bought in Dungeon Fighter LIVE, and in turn, used in Dungeon Fighter Online.