Long-awaited massively multiplayer FPS Huxley has opened registration for a public beta test.
The test is a brief 10-day affair, scheduled to take place between the 3rd and 14th of June. You can sign up at the Huxley website.
Huxley has been in open beta for a while in its native Korea, where it's being developed by Webzen. The North American and European rights are owned by NHN, which will run the game through its ijji.com portal.
There's no official plan to release the game in Europe, although NHN doesn't seem to be blocking Europeans from taking part in this beta test. (You'll have to be a night-owl though - servers will be open from 2pm to 10pm, Pacific Daylight Time only. That's 10pm till 6am here in the UK.)
A planned Xbox 360 version of the game has been put on hold pending the performance of the PC version. Gone the way of most console MMOs, then.
More at the Huxley gamepage.