Wild Buster is a new MMO made by Mad Libs, apparently

    
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If you can’t create anything new, just slap together a lot of other things until you get something that sounds and feels vaguely fresh. Hey, we’re not knocking that approach; there have been a lot of wonderful games made that way.

So that’s why we’re trying to keep an open mind about Wild Buster, a newly announced title that incorporates mechanics and style from MMORPGs, MOBAs, action RPGs, and what looks to be a thinly veiled adoration of StarCraft. Developed by Nuri Works and published by Insel Games (Guardians of Ember), Wild Buster allows gamers to choose a specific hero to fight through waves of enemy mobs and enemy players, depending on one’s preference.

The game’s already been out for a while in Korea, but now Insel is working on bringing it to the west at an unspecified date. Early access for Wild Buster will begin next month, and fans should expect an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign this week to help with the localization and gameplay adjustments.

Check out the teaser trailer after the break!

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MesaSage

“If you can’t create anything new, just slap together a lot of other things until you get something that sounds and feels vaguely fresh.”

You just defined 99% of the Internet.

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Dug From The Earth

Considering how bad Guardians of Ember was…or rather how plain, bland and boring it was…i think ill be staying away from this game.

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Crowe

Huh. Well, it looks like there is a good reason you can only see gameplay for a fraction of a second before it’s interrupted by cutscene BS.