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Webzen E3 Games Preview

Posted May 30, 2005 by Dana Massey

Webzen E3 Games Preview

Webzen was kind enough to show us their games at E3, and today we conclude our E3 coverage with a close look at three of them: All Points Bulletin, SUN and Huxley.

They kicked things off with the presentation of Huxley, an MMOFPS due out in the summer of 2006 that pits “Sapiens” against “Alternatives” in a post-apocalyptic and highly cinematic conflict. The game blends FPS controls, with RPG elements, as players must earn money and the right to use vehicles, weapons and other things within the game world. It features state of the art graphics, using the Unreal 3 engine, and the team promises these graphics will be highly configurable so that players on machines as low as P4 1Ghz can also enjoy the game. Despite its early state, Huxley looked beautiful and is well worth following as the game approaches commercial release next summer.

The game features a mix of instanced and open content. The game places players in situations that are ripe for confrontation. As this is an FPS, PvP combat is a major part of the game. In the demo, we saw, a group of Alternatives had sought to buy weapons, while a group of Sapiens laid in wait to take them down. A highly cinematic gun battle ensued. This kind of movie-like combat promises to provide a very fun and exciting challenge for players.

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