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Submitted by Pozzle 747d ago | opinion piece

Are they planning on making a Dungeon & Fighter movie in China?

Dungeon & Fighter, the 2005 action game from South Korea’s Neople, is incredibly popular in China. So popular, in fact, that it’s number two in the country’s current top ten games list, and it has been holding that spot for months. But could the 2D beat-em-up be turned into a viable animated film? (Dungeon Fighter Online, PC)

maniacmayhem  +   747d ago
I really loved this game when it was here in NA. The only MMO F2P I really got into. Loved the beat 'em up action and the characters and art where excellent.

But this game was plagued with glitches and from what I read some serious hackers. They shut this game down in NA, a real shame too.

I would love to see this come back to consoles with updated graphics, maybe a 2.5D style. Nintendo should look into this game and bring it to their system.

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