It fits, considering the new cutesy MapleStory won't be its typical side-scrolling self.
Indeed, for MapleStory 2, they're abandoning the now familiar side-scrolling look for the Korean-made online RPG in favour of a more traditional isometric business. Like Ragnarok Online, basically, but in full 3D. Not that the new cinematic trailer shows off any of that:
It's more of a Hollywood-esque hype maker kind of thing. Terribly uninformative, but nice to look at. As for the game, well, it's supposed to launch in Korea next year, showcasing an all-new world and all-new monsters, so expect more details soon.
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