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Bienvenue dans le monde de MapleStory, où un ensemble de personnages uniques est impatient de vous rencontrer et où un portail pour l'aventure se cache dans chaque poubelle et cabine téléphonique.
Date de parution: 9 août 2012
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"MapleStory is an MMO where the mixture of cuteness and a serious RPG feel has harmoniously mixed itself into one interesting game."
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"MapleStory continues to break its own records as more and more players continue to fall in love with its vibrant art style, exciting action-themed gameplay and compelling lore..."
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“MapleStory is hands down one of the best free-to-play MMORPGs of all time.”
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Say hello to Shade, Maple World's forgotten hero! This new playable class can summon spirits to perform various attacks. Many centuries past, the Six Heroes sought to seal the Black Mage with powerful magic. However, a sacrifice was required to activate the seals. Shade volunteered and saved the world, but at a great cost: now the very memory of him has been forgotten.

Today, Shade has been reborn in a distant land located in Grandis. Thanks to the kindness of the Pointy-Ear Foxes that live there, this forgotten hero has been brought back to the world of the living. Shade's main stat is Strength, and he uses Knuckles as his primary weapon – perfect for quick attacks. Use the power of the spirits to aid you in battle. Take control of Shade and rewrite history!

There are also lots of new events! Stay logged in for 30 minutes and collect random summertime items, or collect surfboard equips that drop from monsters. Then join your friends for a big OX Quiz event!

À propos du jeu

Whoosh! Leave reality behind and enter the world of MapleStory, where a cast of unique characters can’t wait to meet you, where a portal to adventure hides in every trash can and phone booth, and where you and your friends can customize your characters however you like.
Pick your skills, dress up your characters, and meet new friends. Then, venture out into Maple World, where you’ll encounter giant snails and walking mushrooms, penguin royalty and talking spears. MapleStory overflows with bizarre adventures—flying airships, underground resistances, time travel, and more!

Key Features:

  • Customize Your Skills

    Pick from over a dozen classes, then fine tune your skills in sophisticated but easy-to-use skill trees. Need variety? You can always try out a new class.
  • Dress Up to Your Heart’s Content

    Select from thousands of items—from poo sticks to helicopter mounts to demon pets—to dress up your character. No two Maplers look the same.
  • Fight with Friends

    Conquer monsters, dungeons, and puzzles together, and level fast to take your character from budding beginner to vivacious veteran.
  • Leave Boredom Behind

    With a constantly-growing list of quests and events, you’ll never run out of things to do and see in the living, breathing world of MapleStory.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP ou ultérieur
    • Processeur : Pentium 4 ou équivalent
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte comportant au moins 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • Disque dur : Au moins 6 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX
    • Autres prérequis : Connexion internet haut débit
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP ou ultérieur
    • Processeur : Pentium double-cœur ou équivalent
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : N'importe quelle carte avec support Shader model 2.0 ou meilleur, GeForce FX5000 / ATI Radeon 9600 ou meilleure
    • Disque dur : Au moins 6 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX
    • Autres prérequis : Connexion internet haut débit
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well i guess that i like that not to say that i love it but... it's pretty piece of a game.
Posté le : 9 février 2014
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Find fork taped to stick
kill snails
become the most skilled hunter in exsitance
10/10
Posté le : 18 mars 2014
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I have no idea if Steam will say at all if I've played Maplestory but I promise you all I have put a lot of time into this game and absolutely loved every minute. Unfortunately Maplestory just became completely uninteresting since I've tried to relive it. And it makes me really sad. Maplestory originally had the classes we all see in every MMO (no matter how hard other MMO's try to make it different) and of course also like every MMO it started off simple. One big difference of course was the fact that it was a 2D sidescrolling MMOPRG and it's done so beautifully. You can make different faces at people depending on how you feel which was really fun before the cliche "lol" and "lmao" texts we all now universally know. Getting weapons was also a little more unique since most MMO's just milk weapons. Now a lot of MMORPG's have bows with unlimited arrows and guns with unlimited bullets. Maplestory made you buy arrows and throwing stars/shuriken if you wanted to be a ranged class. And Mesos (Maplestory currency) was hard to come by at low levels making it even more challenging since you had to actually ask for money from time to time.

When I originally loved this amazing piece of gaming art you had to use a taxi to get to different cities (which you still do at least) and use flying boats to get to different continents. This was a huge deal because it allowed you to just settle down for a short time and actually talk to people; and listen to music along the way. Now this is not the case. There were no overpowered and annoyingly voice acted 'Hero' classes that literally kill everything in their paths with ease. You really had to work to get more powerful back then and you also needed to manually know what your stats needed to be for your class. Maplestory added more powerful classes over time but they were never 'Hero' status. Yes they got more powerful due to their unique skills compared to the default classes; however you still needed to start off as a default class and work your way into the more unique class you selected and leveling was still just as hard for you as the rest.

The music is still the same Maplestory anime music I know and love. I just wish it could be heard with the game I knew and loved. For all you new players out there reading this review it'll mean close to nothing probably. To shorten what I just said: Maplestory used to be a surprisingly vast game filled with lots of social opportunity and hours upon hours of questing and leveling. It's a shell of its former self now. This does not mean I say it's a bad game. It's still good and worth the try. But unfortunately you have missed the golden age that was Maplestory. It's all milked down and I can't recommend it in its state now. What used to take a couple weeks to a month takes less than a day now. Bosses that originally required a full team can easily be defeated solo and the monsters that were originally intimidating and powerful are powerless. The challenge is gone. I will miss you Maplestory.
Posté le : 20 mai 2014
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The Koreans have taken me

Please send help
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This game...

Thousands of hours into this game, and I highly do not recommend it. Only very few hours were recorded because I always played through the launcher and not Steam. Anyways;...
Either one of two things will happen:

1) You won't like this game, and quit playing after like 10 hours tops.
2) You'll really enjoy this game for the first 5,000 hours, then realize you wasted a couple years playing one of the worst MMO's out there.

I enjoyed this game when I was a kid, quit playing it for a year, came back to it, quit playing, and so on. This game is one of those "Pay-to-win" games, where everything is based off how much money you feel like dumping into this game. And that right there, is what makes it so successful.
It's a nice game, yeah, but not worth the time and money you'll put into it. After a couple hundred bucks put into cosmetics, "damage", any stupid ♥♥♥♥ there is, you then ask yourself what you're doing.

"Well, it's not a waste if you enjoy playing the game!" I suppose so. That's what I said at first, but hey. It's your money, your feel to the game. I would recommend this game if it wasn't such an addictive pay-to-win game.

The Pro's:
+Enjoyable classes to play as
+Countless different styles of gameplay
+Endless outfits, equips, weapons, etc.
+Kind(ish) community (Average MMO)
+It's a good time-waster
+Free world, do whatever you want
+Cute graphics, nice way to express yourself

The Con's:
+Hundreds if not thousands of hours will be put into it
+Pay-to-win game
+Starts to get boring after a couple months
+Too many restrictions (Treated as 10 year olds)
+Terrible storylines, only thing that matters is levels
+Grinding levels takes hours upon hours spamming the same buttons
+Lots of hackers, scammers, spammers, botters, etc.
+Above all, waste of time.

I recommend not even trying it out, and just leaving it there. You'll end up hating it one way or another. My opinion, is that yes, it was a great game growing up, but wasted many hours of my childhood while growing up. And money. And money.

Gameplay: 5/10
Free world: 7/10
Style: 5.5/10
Graphics: 6/10
Addictiveness: 11/10

Overall: 6/10
Posté le : 2 février 2014
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