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La Lune: Moonlight Bandits – 13 different weapons to choose from

While the original Luna Online has over 10 classes to choose from, the spiritual successor, La Lune: Moonlight Bandits, has decided to make weapons the main feature with 13 of them. Also known as Luna: Moonlight Bandits in South Korea, the…

Luna: Moonlight Bandits – New Korean publisher teases Open Beta

Originally set to be published in South Korea by Webzen, it was recently announced a new and lesser-known publisher, iMBC, is taking over Luna: Moonlight Bandits. Revealing a new trailer, Pre-Open Beta will last 3 days from 25 January. Do…

La Lune: Moonlight Bandits – Taiwan server for spiritual sequel announced

Announced as Luna: Moonlight Bandits in South Korea by Webzen in December last year, it was revealed the game will be getting a Taiwan server in Spring 2016 under the name La Lune: Moonlight Bandits. Developed by Korean studio BH Games,…

Luna: Moonlight Bandits – Dungeon gameplay video from Closed Beta

Although Webzen is publishing Luna: Moonlight Bandits in South Korea, it seems the game is not getting much attention as Eyasoft is no longer working on the game, with BH Games now the main developer. The classic pet and mount systems will be…

Luna: Moonlight Bandits – First Closed Beta to begin this month

Announced late last month with Webzen Korea as the publisher, Luna: Moonlight Bandits is scheduled to enter Closed Beta on 15th January. Originally a sequel to the popular Lune Online (or Luna Plus), images of the mounts and pets have been released…

Luna: Moonlight Bandits – Teaser trailer and first screenshots posted

Please note that Luna: Moonlight Bandits is not official, just a rough translation. First announced back in 2011 under a different name and a direct sequel to Luna Online, the developer has changed hands from Eyasoft to a studio known as BH…

Luna: Moonlight Bandits – Webzen Korea reveals new online game

First announced back in 2011 under a different name, Luna: Moonlight Bandits was revealed by publisher Webzen Korea. The developer was credited as the unknown BH Games, rather than Eyasoft. Players will get to experience the “Luna mode”, which will apparently…