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Grand Chase is coming to U.S.

January 10, 2008

Grand Chase is coming to US!

Ntreev USA, the North American publisher for the English version of Trickster Online Revolution, is pleased to announce their latest release in North America, Grand Chase. Grand Chase is an original Massive Multiplayer Online Action RPG developed by KOG. Along with the official Grand Chase website, closed beta testing will begin around mid-to-late January.

Grand Chase follows the lives of different heroes from the Bermesiah continent in their fight against the evil Queen of Darkness. Characters will be able to fight dynamically alongside each other in several different game modes to defeat the evil queen of darkness.

Grand Chase Features:

1. Real Time Online Action RPG Grand Chase is a multiplayer Action RPG with a refined, in-depth fighting system

2. Characters/Jobs Ranging from archer to spearman, choose from 5 different unique characters and 14 different jobs, each with their own set of skills and unique fighting style

3. Arcade-Style Controls Simple, keyboard based controls that characters can easily use to combine skills and perform unique combo/juggle attacks

4. Eye-Blasting Special Skills Special 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade abilities with breathtaking graphical effects

5. Character Customization Customize characters through a wide selection of powerful weapons, armors, and accessories,

6. Modes Experience the innovative and exciting multiplayer modes that immerse the player in non-stop action such as: Quest mode, Player versus Player, Monster Battle, Monster Expedition mode and a lot more!

Grand Chase is unique in that it will, for the first time ever, allow players to have a refined and competitive real-time multiplayer brawl. An in-depth combo system allows players to link up combos, skills, and items for devastating effects. Players will also be able to advance their characters through traditional RPG elements including leveling, jobs, and equipment.

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