Dragon Nest is an online action role-playing game that combines the blazingly fast combat and visually stunning attacks of a console game with the epic story and role-playing elements of classic MMORPGs. What makes Dragon Nest unique among action RPGs is the third-person, over-the-shoulder perspective.
Çıkış Tarihi: 18 Aralık 2012
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Everyone in Altera knowns Loffy as a scruffy beggar that isn't usually taken very seriously. But what few people know is that Loffy use to be the most feared pirate to set sail of the Seven Seas.

Before retiring from the pirate life, Loffy secretly stashed his precious loot. But the itch for adventure has resurfaced and now Loffy the Pirate wants to reclaim his lost booty. He has a hat, a cutlass, and a ship. All he needs is a crew.

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Dragon Nest is an online action role-playing game that combines the blazingly fast combat and visually stunning attacks of a console game with the epic story and role-playing elements of classic MMORPGs. What makes Dragon Nest unique among action RPGs is the third-person, over-the-shoulder perspective. This provides both a unique combat “feel” reminiscent of first-person shooters and lets players enjoy the graceful and ferociously vicious combat moves of the characters.

Key Features

Dynamic Combat:
No monotonous “click and wait” or “turn-based” combat here. Experience blazing fast console quality action, thrilling combinations, and chain attacks for intense, non-stop action in an enchanted world.

Class System and Specializations:
Choose from six main classes, all with their own unique fighting style. Train further and choose a specialization that will focus on particular combat skill sets.

Intuitive and Engaging Game Play:
Clear goals and intuitive, convenient controls that encourage a wide range of players to become fully engaged in the action and further enjoy their gaming experience.

Player vs. Player (PvP):
Engage in fierce player vs. player combat across many different modes and maps.

Immense Dungeon Play:
Adventure through dozens of dungeons and challenging Nests with hundreds of quests.

Play for free:
No payments necessary, Dragon Nest is completely free to play.

Sistem Gereksinimleri

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP or higher
    • Processor:Pentium 4, Dual Core
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Nvidia 7600
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows XP or higher
    • Processor:Pentium 4, Dual Core 1 Ghz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Nvidia 8000 series
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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I was looking for a new MMO that had fun and challenging PvP and most of all, a story to really IMMERSE myself in. That is what gets me hooked on a game. I made the awful mistake of summing up this MMO with many J/KRPGs out there. I think most of these have very cliched story lines or have poorly written scripts. But Dragon Nest is not the case. If you're a fan of reading quests and PVP, this is definitely a game to try.

The story begins differently for each and every class you choose. Granted, they fit into the typical anime character archtypes, the boy who never gives up, the mysterious and talented but silent hero. However, their stories are interwoven in such a way that the characters interact somewhat differently with the NPC dialogues, making it interesting for different perspectives on the main story quest line.

As for the state of the game, the devs and GMs seem to pay attention and have interest in retaining their population as well. Spontaneous events occur that you simply click on and teleport to an instance for all sorts of strange games, some familiar and fun with great rewards at the end. The community seems to be tight night, and the servers swell every time a new content pack is released, and then over the course of two months, dwindles back to a steady population. This is common and expected for most "themepark" type MMOs such as WoW as opposed to "sandbox" types like EVE online.

The gameplay is very fluid, and each class has a large array of flashy skills that make watching their animations very enjoyable every single time. Learning combinations and stacking them is highly addicting. The only thing that feels a bit weird is jumping, there is a very slight pause before taking off from the ground, but this is probably intended this way for fairness in PVP. In a game like Dragon Nest, bunny hopping could be an issue especially with melee classes.

MODS! There are mods for this game from intricate skins to voice packs. In most youtube videos, you often hear the characters in the Korean / Japanese voice overs. Admittedly, I installed a Japanese voice pack and mixed it up with Korean as well. I understand neither of the language. But the game sounds MUCH better. The dialogue and the quests are completely in English. Even the cutscenes will not be a problem as they are completely captioned. It gives a more arcade feel to the game.

Overall, Dragon Nest is a game that is definitely worth playing and worth recommending. Given Nexons track record on their game development, I feel that Dragon Nest is one of their better games and I hope the community grows and Nexon continues to support Dragon Nest. With its addition to steam, a steady influx of new players decide to give this game a try. It's very newb friendly if this is a beginning MMO for you, and free to play. Give Dragon Nest a shot!
Yayınlanma: 14 Şubat 2014
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(Written from perspective of a level 15 warrior)

Easy to get into, simple and intuitive controls are good for playability but the technique is more than just "mash buttons until everything's dead," although that is my play style as a solo warrior... Definitely more fun than WoW so far, although I have yet to see how the late game is.

Art style is nice, I enjoy the overdone attack effects and the silly-but-still-dangerous low-level enemies.

It seems a little on the easy side, I can solo dungeons on hard with little difficulty (adrenaline is another matter, however) but I can see where parties will be helpful, especially for non-warriors. Gobarta is no sweat, I can tank through it pretty easily but there's still that level of difficulty I like.

Overall, a cool little game that's totally worth the low, low price of $0.00.
Yayınlanma: 5 Mart 2014
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Fun game with a friend, very charming characters and quest text, fun and easy challenges for the instanced dungeons, but never feels TOO grindy or easy. Seriously though, the lowres art is incredibly done, beautiful presentation with the depth of field, story cutscenes, and poochums.
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Dragon Nest is a game from Nexon, the evil minds behind Maple Story.

This game plays very much like Vindictus with various tiers of difficulty in each mission area, different loot, different bosses/moves/hp imcreased, etc. The thing that separates this from Vindictus is the cuteness of it all. This is a very "cute" game where everything is nice and bright and the conversations you have with NPC's are downright funny quite often. You never know what they'll end up talking to you about before you accept a quest or are just improving relations with them.

You can pick a few different classes but they are all gender locked. A fighter is male and a sorceress is female for example.

This game is hard to describe if you haven't played Vindictus because that game has very similar ....everything! It's just a tad more.

You can crafticular mission area and so on.

It's worth trying this game just to see if you like it. I often sit down intending to do just one mission or two and end up playing for hours. Definitely the sign of a good game.
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Hello! I have to say, Dragon Nest is the only MMO that I've gotten deeply into. I've found that compared to most other MMOs, this game has a much simplier way of going about things, which is a good thing, don't worry!
The combat is very easy to grasp, and quiet enjoyable with the big flashy moves and sweet combos :)
The ingame Marketplace isn't as terrible as some people say. I personally don't have any problem with it.
Even if it seems like you get overwhelmed with the amount of quests sometimes, i.e. reaching lvl 30ish, just accept them all, and the quest menu really helps organize them, telling you how many quests per dungeon you have.
The community isn't the best in terms of finding other people who want to do the same thing as you i.e. low lvl characters looking for abyss runs, or looking for some buddies to lvl up with. Nexon could refurbish the party system to make it costumizable and have a better "search engine" in game to find parties with the same interests.

The only two problems I found that I have with the game are the Arena and arriving at the Lvl cap.
The arena seems to be 90% made of lvl 60 (lvl cap) players, leaving no room or welcoming feeling for anybody lower than lvl 42. :( Now there are the very occasional custom games of low and mid lvls, but its only about 1-2 of those games per couple hours, if that.
Arriving at the lvl cap...I have to say, I was extremely dissapointed. First off, the game has a PWR system, which is an in game "energy" system for doing dungeons. i.e. I'm lvl 30 doing a dungeon by myself, it will take 30 out of my 800 power for that dungeon. The amount used per person decreases, the larger the party is. Also if you are party with a "pupil" you are "mentoring" you don't lose any PWR for that dungeon. The PWR regenerates over time (1 day)
But...when you reach lvl 60, it uses 10x the original amount. Yeah...
This is what happened to me, I was lvl 60 and went to go help my lvl 32 friend do a dungeon on the hardest difficulty. Once I got to the dungeon, it tells me I have to use 198 PWR to do one dungeon. So in the "long run" I would only be able to help him with 5 dungeons in one day. A very large buzzkill i have to say.
Although mentoring a pupil should not take any of your PWR in the dungeons, this concept has no effect at the lvl cap :(
I do understand that this 10x the amount setup is to stop 3 lvl 60s to rush a lvl 1 through the game in no time or something similar. But if this system could be tweaked, it would be preferable.
My idea is that the mentoring system could at least cut the PWR consumption in half at the lvl cap, if anything.

Aside from those two things, I find this game to be pretty damn kickass :D
Well those are my thoughts on this xD *looks up the page* -.- damn I wrote a novel... xD

Take care gamers! Have fun!

~Quazz~
Yayınlanma: 30 Ocak 2014
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