Hey everybody! I've got good news and bad news.
Bad news first:
Apparently some new law has been passed in South Korea that requires all games sold on Steam that support the Korean language to be officially rated by the Korean game rating's agency, or GRAC. When I got notice of this, I immediately got in touch with our Korean fan translators, Team.SM, to see what the process would be.
Team.SM seems to be unhappy with the new law, and in an apparent protest have (politely) asked us to remove their fan translation from Steam. We will respect their wishes and do so -- the files will be removed shortly in a new update.
To be clear - Level Up Labs has no official position on South Korean politics, South Korean game rating policies, or the law in question. We're just respecting the wishes of our fan translators.
I do hope that in the future we can restore the translation, and if the situation is resolved somehow, we will immediately restore the translation files.EDIT:
If you were using the korean translation and now the game is crashing, the fix is here:http://steamcommunity.com/app/218410/discussions/0/620695877224771774/
The Good News
So, we have always shipped the game's original soundtrack with the game files, but it was hidden away in your game files as a nondescript .zip file. With the recent addition of Steam's music player, we have pushed an update that will make Steam auto-detect the soundtrack in the music player! Check the "Music" section of your library.
Also, we have a major announcement coming soon RE: Defender's Quest 2. Stay tuned!