Source – When Aeria Games announced acquiring this game back in 2010, I was genuinely impressed as it was a real hit back in Taiwan. Given Aeria Games’ track record, I expected the game to hold up at least for a couple of years. But sadly, the game lived for only a little over half a year. I have no idea what is happening within Aeria Games, but with their recent announcement of various new games, it seems like they might have a new surge of investment funds coming in. With all the new games, the older ones will no doubt face difficulties in terms of manpower and player base.
The only thing I really hated about what Aeria Games have done with Legendary Champions is the rather… stupid naming of certain characters. Whoever was placed in-charge of localizing the character names should be shot and sent to redo his history lessons, or maybe learn a tiny bit of the Chinese language.
While I am not yet at a veteran level to comment professionally, this is just my thoughts at the moment. R.I.P, a potentially good game.