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New Korean Game Developer IRATO launches first game 'Raid Online' to the public

New Korean Game Developer IRATO has launched its first game dubbed to the public.

"Raid Online" is a 2D Online Action RPG based on "Monster Raid." Users engage in battle with powerful boss monsters as they run around the MMO format village field and MO format battlefield.

In the battlefield, a maximum of 4 users form a team and engage in a battle with powerful monsters. Since monsters use a diverse range of skills, and geographic features are utilized, users can experience a battle wherein they cannot afford to let down their guard even for a moment.

Beyond simply using skills whenever you do a cool time, you must come up with a strategy and create an attack pattern according to the condition of the monster and the skills you have. Cooperation between team members is also essential when facing a powerful monster.

Still, that does not mean game play is that difficult. "Raid Online"is set to introduce a game play that can be enjoyed by everybody as well as a very convincing pattern for attacking monsters.

Currently, IRATO is concentrating on developing "Raid Online"; it intends to conduct a beta test within 2009.
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