XBOX Friday, February 4, 2005 | 10:45 PM

Phantagram presents KUF: Heroes

Phantagram presents KUF: Heroes

Kingdom Under Fire was one of the most original games last year, with a very nicely done game interface and a fun and deep gameplay. So it's no real surprise that the sequel is already being worked on, with new heroes and game modes (both online and offline). A new next-gen KUF is also said to already being worked on.


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Commented on 2005-02-04 22:52:10
KUF:TC was awesome, but it's a bit soon for a sequel, don't you think?
Commented on 2005-02-04 22:55:13
Well it looks more like a big data disc than a brand new game. Since they must be using mostly the same game engine it could be "easy" to make such a game.
Commented on 2005-02-04 23:00:26
Well, if they're developing with the mindset that this is sort of a semi-sequel expansion pack (as opposed to a whole new game), and price it as such, I'll happy about it.

Looks like the first one didn't do too bad if they're doing a sequel.
Commented on 2005-02-04 23:02:51
I think it sold about 100.000 in the US. Not too bad for a game with almost no advertising AFAIK.
Commented on 2005-02-05 02:45:59
know about any worldwide numbers?

if the game had cheats or just an all around easy mode where you could use all the characters in one difficulty level, it would rock, the difficulty turned me off about KUF, and the long as hell levels.
Commented on 2005-02-07 18:29:17
Personally, if this series goes the way of Dynasty Warriors (ie. lots and lots of quick sequels) well then I wouldn't mind.
Commented on 2005-02-12 15:41:00
in this game there is alot of ideas about game line storys

the age game to finish it 100% long long game :)

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