Yulgang 2

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Yulgang 2 offers free-to-play action with non-targeting martial arts combat and much more.

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Publisher: Cubizone
Playerbase: N/A (Development)
Graphics: Medium
Type: MMORPG
EXP Rate: N/A (Development)
PvP: Yes
Filesize: ~10 GB

Pros: + Aerial stunt system. + Non-targeting action combat. + Detailed companion system. + Variety of PvP options.

Cons: - Linear Questing. – Typical class selection. - Limited information available.

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Overview

Yulgang 2 Overview

Yulgang 2 is a free-to-play action-style MMORPG featuring martial arts style combat with no targeting system, meaning you must aim true with your skills. The unique air sprint feature adds gliding and aerial moves to your repertoire based on real moves from martial arts movies. Also found in the game will be many popular MMO features including PvP arenas, pets, combo attacks, and more.

Yulgang 2 is Based on popular Korean Comics (Manhwa) authored by Jeon Geuk-Jin and illustrated by Yang Jae Hyun. Released in 1995, The game is set 30 years after the happenings in the Manhwa.

The battle of Order and Chaos continues in the world of Wulin as the heroes of the pugilistic world fights for supremacy.

Download the Open Beta Client HERE!

Game Features:

Air Sprint System - Air Sprint or commonly known in Chinese martial arts movies as Qing Gong allows players to move swiftly at super speed, perform motions such as gliding on water surfaces, scaling high walls, mounting trees and flying over cliffs.

PvP Arena - Info coming soon!

Orb & Socketing - Info coming soon!

Guild System - Info coming soon!

Playable Classes:

Warrior - Expert fighters who find few equals in one-on-one battle. The Warrior class strives to become one with their weapon, constantly strengthening their skills to trample all that stand in their way.

Pros
1. High Endurance (HP and Def); Capable of fighting multiple enemies alone.
2. Has various melee and range skills.
3. Lots of knockdown and air juggling skills

Cons
1. Requires good timing and control for combo.
2. Lacks Area of Effect skills.
3. Heavily dependent in Fury to use skills; Fury is gained by attacking an enemy or taking damage.

Mage - The Mage class excels at mastering the magic arts and can channel the fury of nature to command the battlefield. They are able to conquer the power of the spirits and use them to create devastating attacks.

Pros
1. Highest damage output among all classes.
2. A lot of AOE skills.
3. Skills have wider hit range compared to other classes.
4. Largest mana pool. 5. Easy character control.

Cons
1. Requires strategic preparations to make skills connect effectively.
2. Has the lowest physical defense and Health Points.
3. Longest skills cool down duration and casting.

Archer –  Archers are trained to weaken the enemy lines with unyielding efficiency. They combine swift hit-and-run attacks and close quarter defensive skills to eliminate their adversaries, sowing the battlefield with the dead and the daunted.

Pros
1. Has a great advantage of long range attacks.
2. Has the ability to slow and immobilize its opponent.
3. Good in Dungeon party using its Area of Effect skills.

Cons
1. Takes to time to cast skills.
2. Heavily dependent in Fury to use skills.
3. Hard to hit moving target.

Healer - The Healer Class can cast both beneficial and damaging spells. Healers help keep party members alive and use specialized magic to combat their opponents.

Pros
1. Has the ability to heal allies and itself.
2. Can do solo-grinding.
3. Has the ability of de-buffing and reducing armor’s of its target.
4. Good in Dungeon party because of its healing and disabling opponent’s ability.

Cons
1. Takes to time to cast skills.
2. Hard to hit moving target.
3. Not so good in damaging.

Yulgang 2 Screenshots

Yulgang 2 Featured Video

Yulgang 2 – First Look

Full Review

Yulgang 2 Early Access

By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF)

 

 

Yulgang 2 is a free-to-play MMORPG being brought to us by Cubizone. The game is set in an Eastern-fantasy realm, where walking on air and spell-flinging mages are common. Using a mixture of point-and-click and mouse-aim combat, the game promises a fast-paced and epic combat experience. Several methods of PVP are offered, including PVP-enabled maps and battle arenas. All that combined with the interesting Eastern Fantasy setting should make for some great gameplay.

 

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Making Your Character

When I originally looked at the game, it kind of reminded me of a more themepark Age of Wushu. After I actually got into the game to play, I’ve got to admit my initial reaction was almost spot on. The game seems to be very linear, has your typical gathering/crafting skills, and focuses on quest-based progression. With its hybrid combat system, “air-walking” features, and different storyline, the generic quest grind isn’t so mind-numbing. However, after leveling for a few hours, I found myself wanting to get into the PVP so that I could get some variety.

 

CharacterCreation

 

You aren’t given much choice in character creation. You’re given an alright amount of options when it comes to actually designing your character, but only have four choices for classes. These are your typical fantasy classes: warrior, mage, healer, and archer. I’m not going to sugar coat it, I was a bit disappointed with this small selection of generic classes. Like I almost always do, I chose the offensive caster (mage) and set off into the world of Yulgang 2.

 

Classes

In the Game

Once I was finally into the game, I was met with a story-driven tutorial that actually seemed quite interesting at first. However, before the end, I found myself skipping the cutscenes whenever I could. The controls of the game were a bit difficult to get used to at first, but after about ten minutes of play I was jumping around like a pro. If you plan to play, expect to spend the first half-hour learning about the game via quests that have you running from one NPC to another. Can’t say I found this the best way to get interested in the game, but the interesting art style and fun movement abilities kept me hooked until I could really get into the action.

 

NewbieQuest

 

Combat was actually really fun. Playing as a mage, I had access to both a basic ranged and a basic melee attack, using the left and right mouse buttons. What I found interesting was the combo system; each time you attack you are shown your options for other attacks to continue the combo for interesting effects. On top of the combos, you also have active abilities, buffs, and passives. Pretty standard stuff, but the thing that sets it apart from other MMOs is the movement abilities.

 

Combat

 

Questing, like I mentioned, was pretty generic and boring. Most of the quests are kill quest, with some gathering. Perhaps later on in the gameplay things will get more interest, but keep in mind that this is an EARLY look into the game and not a review. After my first play session, I found myself dreading logging back in due to the questing, but the promise of PVP helped. I tried to get into some of the story behind the quests, but I couldn’t really.

 

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I didn’t get a chance to try much of the PVP, just a few duels. They were pretty fun, and it wasn’t just standing around and spamming your 1-9 keys, I found myself running around (even on the air) and dodging a lot during my fights. Later on there’s supposed to be battlefields and PVP-enabled maps which should make things a lot more interesting. I mostly play games for their PVP, so it’s always something I pay special attention to. What I have experienced so far, in terms of PVP, hasn’t disappointed me.

 

Crafting

Crafting

Crafting and gathering are introduced in such a way that you come to believe that they’ll be pretty important to the game. Right off the bat, you’re taught how to do all the major crafting and gathering professions and given some tools to get you started. Personally, I didn’t find the crafting too interesting as it’s your usual “collect X of Y to make Z recipe from a list” which I find pretty boring. The gathering was a bit more interesting, but even that is just your generic system where random nodes of resources spawn around the maps and then you run up to them for gathering. Basically it’s the same system from World of Warcraft.

 

 

The Community

The version of the game I played was based in SEA (South-East Asia). I was pretty surprised that the game was translated into perfect English and I honestly didn’t notice any lag. From what I’ve read on forums, most US and Europe-based players also say they didn’t notice much, if any, lag. Once you’re in the game, however, you’ll find that a majority of the players aren’t speaking English. Don’t get me wrong, there is a big English speaking portion of the community as well.

 

 

The World

While I didn’t find the quests and story-lines very interesting, the world itself is spectacular. I’m a huge fan of both fantasy and Eastern setting in MMOs. The graphics were alright, but definitely not the best I’ve seen. However, when everything is thrown together and you aren’t analyzing things individually, the game looked beautiful. The special effects from your abilities and air-walking were also superb. Can’t say I have any negative feelings towards the graphics in this game.

 

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The architecture and enemy designs were also interesting. Perhaps they’re not unique, but I certainly wasn’t familiar with a lot of the things I fought in the game. The maps did feel a bit cramped, at least in the first few areas, but I did like their over-all design. What made the cramped design of the first few maps the least desirable was that due to the open-beta rush I found it difficult to find things to actually kill for my quest. Perhaps it would be such a problem later on in the game.

 

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Current State: Good

My speculations on Yulgang 2 have almost been spot on. It’s a fun themepark MMO in an Eastern-fantasy setting, so you get what you think you’ll get. Fantasy classes, Eastern lore, and questing. What set the experience apart from other games for me, even other ‘action MMOs’, was the air-walking and other movement abilities. It just added a whole new layer to the combat that I’ve only seen in one other game – Age of Wushu. Overall, I would definitely suggest you give the game a try if it seems interesting to you as I wasn’t disappointed. Just don’t go into the game with high expectations thinking it’ll be the game to end all games, and you should have a great time.

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Videos

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Yulgang 2 – First Look

Links

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System Requirements

Yulgang 2 System Requirements

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