Big in Asia: Dragon Nest
Randolph and Jonathan go dragon-hunting in one of Korea and Southeast Asia's most-played free-to-play MMO featuring a level 50 Alchemist and Engineer class.
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I cant stand asian mmos and this is just another perfect example of this...man its so dumb to look at and generic.
Are asians zombies?
Humans sure are different....
I was having a blast first playing this until quests kept sending me back to the same dungeons again and again and again....then again....very repetive, but judging by the comments it seems maybe I was doing something wrong? Nobody else here complaining, but if it sent me to new areas/dungeons I would probably still be playing it, I just got too bored going to the same dungeons over and over again from level 1-15
I've been thinking about playing Mabinogi again if that game is still alive. I reached a plateau in that game. I couldn't get so and so enough experience to make the character rebirth or whatever it was. Not sure it will have the same charm it did with me when I started it sooooo long ago.
PLEASE NEXON MAKE ANOTHER MALE CHARACTER -__- This game is highly intense! nexon is always giving updates with nests and abyss runs, for anyone willing to try get the south east asia version for worldwide play, level cap there is 60. if you live in U.S, Japan have their own version but its not open to world servers.
Deleted my comment about asian gaming communities eh...
Sad world we live in when we can't discuss these things like grownups.
rose tinted glasses: on
It was a nice experience aside the server issues I had back then when I started playing. I had an archer at Westwood Server. The game itself was still young and I often caught at "please wait for xxx seconds, you are being queued". Don't know if that's still a problem right now?
I'd score the game 8.5/10. Combat mechanism kicks, makes you "OOMPH!!!" when you knock enemies (as you can see from the video above). Class and skill selection makes you excel at whatever you want yourself to be, even if you're a healer, they still got extremely powerful abilities to keep themselves from high level mobs. The game truly encourages and rewards teamplay while somewhat still not forgetting solo playstyle although you'll get less from it and it feels somewhat annoying and limiting at some points.
I had to stop playing. I don't want to play too many games and I prefer Battlefield 3 for my personal online game experience instead of this. Besides I also needed to focus and prepare my portfolio for a job.
But I tell you, it was tough to stop myself from playing this game. Especially I already got several college friends playing alongside.
It's available on steam for anyone that's looking to give it a shot. Wasn't my cup of tea though. I'm not to into hub world type games where everything is instanced except the cities. Otherwise it's got a pretty good combat system to it. If I remember correctly you can't customize your characters much and the classes are gender locked, which for some reason is a big no no for me lol.
@shinspikes No, it's not open world.
@AoEKiller But the masses of people will flock like sheep to play wow. I however, will not.