Revealed back in 2011 (link), there hasn’t been news about Kritika, developed by Lunia Online’s creator, Korean studio All-M. But earlier today, it was announced that Kritika will be entering its very first Korean Closed Beta for a short period, from 24th to 27th May.
Kritika will be a MMO very focused on fast, stylish combo combat, which seems to be a trend of the newer games coming out from Korea currently. Not a bad thing I must say, since most gamers now are really attracted to online games sort of similar to console hits such as Devil May Cry, which is one of the most used examples during interviews.
The China server was announced at the end of last year as well, with Tencent Games publishing the title in the world’s largest nation (link). The current marketing campaign there is how Kritika will be a “playable comic”. Not a bad pitch, seeing how they intend to start a comic series based on the game.