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Dragons and Titans is a fast paced MOBA with classic RPG elements. Select from over 30 unique dragons and 30 legendary weapons. Upgrade dragons and forge weapons to unlock more power. Free your Titan in 5v5 PvP battles across 3 different map types or play in ‘Adventure Mode’, traveling across different regions and unlocking rewards.
Release Date: Mar 12, 2014
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Patch Notes for Update: August 12th 10PM PDT

August 12th, 2014

  • Adjusted the network code to emphasize correctness, which should lead to fewer problems of players not taking damage when it looks like they should
  • Fixed an issue where you could move faster than the dragon's max speed normally allows when moving diagonally with a controller
  • Fixed a display issue with the forge skin for the Doom Shards weapon
  • Made a slight adjustment to projectile speeds to increase accuracy with regular breath attacks when strafing with an enemy
  • Fixed a bug where Wudeng's Mantle would sometimes absorb full damage instead of the proper 50/70/90% that it was supposed to. To help make up for the reduced effectiveness, we've also reduced the mana cost from 20/25/30 down to 16/22/28
  • Mistfallow's Soul Siphon once again splits damage amongst its targets, but it now gets a 25% damage boost for each target beyond the first one that it's hitting. Soul Siphon can also no longer be affected by cooldown reduction as that was leading to an unintended overlap in the ability.

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Freebie Friday: 5 Epic War Marks

May 30th, 2014

This week's Freebie Friday: 5 Epic War Marks for our Epic Dragon Lords! This offer is good for the first 1,000 Dragon Lords only, so don't delay.

How to redeem the offer:
1) Load Dragons and Titans
2) Press F10 to open the Options Menu
3) In the code redemption field at the bottom of the Options Menu, type the code wb1-914ccd34 exactly as written
4) Click Redeem and enjoy 5 free Epic War Marks

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About the Game

Dragons and Titans is a fast paced MOBA with classic RPG elements, where your champions are Dragons and a variety of game modes gives you the power on how to play. Show true courage and skill to become the ultimate Dragon Lord as you embark on your quest to free your Titan from captivity.

Select from over 30 unique dragons and 30 legendary weapons, each with unique abilities and progression levels. Take your battle to the next level by upgrading your dragons as you gain experience and improving your weapons in the Forge. Free your Titan in fierce 5v5 PvP battles across 3 different map types or delve deeper into the story in ‘Adventure Mode’, traveling across different regions in the Lands Below, earning Dragons as you complete each set of missions. Gain favor with the Titans and climb the PvP leaderboards to prove your true worth as the ultimate Dragon Lord!

  • Become the Ultimate Dragon Lord - Master over 30 Dragons, each with unique abilities. As you gain experience, level up your Dragons to dominate in combat!
  • Discover a Deeper Story– Explore the vast regions of The Lands Below, embark on quests and be handsomely rewarded with Dragons for your heroism.
  • Forge Your Weapons – collect elements during combat and upgrade weapons in the Forge to harness their true power!
  • Take to the Skies Your Way - battle times of 10-15 minutes means you’ll be able to complete more matches across a variety of maps: traditional MOBA, Capture & Hold and ARAM. Choose your play style with 5v5 PvP, Co-Op or single player Adventure Mode!
  • Dominate the leaderboards – compete against other opponents each Season to see who the ultimate Dragon Lords are and show off with exclusive winner avatars.

PC System Requirements

    • OS: Windows® XP/Windows Vista®/Windows® 7/Windows® 8 (latest service pack)
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® D or AMD Athlon™ 64 X2
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 7600 GT or ATI™ Radeon™ X800 XT or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • OS: Windows® 7/Windows® 8 (latest service pack)
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6600 or AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+ or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT (512 MB) or ATI™ Radeon™ HD 4850 or better
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space

Mac System Requirements

    • OS: Mac® OS X 10.7.X (Latest Version)
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9400M or ATI™ Radeon™ HD 2600 Pro or better
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • OS: Mac OS® X 10.8 or later
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i3 or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI™ Radeon™ HD 4850 or NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 650M or better
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
313 of 464 people (67%) found this review helpful
251 products in account
1 review
11.4 hrs on record
Don't get baited.

This game has the worst tutorial ever created. The controls are clunky and you have to jump through hoops to play 5v5 pvp.

It is terribly unpolished and not worth the time. Dragons don't move by the standard right click to location they follow the mouse cursor, you press spacebar to fly backwards like a hummingbird and each dragon gets 2 skills only. You bring a weapon from the cash shop into battle that gives you 2 other abilities.

There are tons of dragons to choose from but the game doesn't feel like it has a core element. There are dragons that clearly outrank others in terms of innate abilities. The games in game graphics are worse than they are in screenshots. The screenshots for this game seem to have been touched up to give it a better presentation.

Comparing this to other MOBA/ARTS games out there, I rather play any other one than this.

Edit: I have played a couple of multiplayer games as you can see to my play time; it’s really a cluster♥♥♥♥ of things going on. The Map isn't that intuitive given the movement limitations and controls.

I've used a golem type dragon that fires boulders that ricochet when they hit an enemy or wall. Together with a Purple rod that allowed me to set mines and automatically teleport me to the nearest gold roost.

During many exchanges I noticed players talk in the lobby about the weapon they purchased from the shop given them a distinct advantage.

The main problem with control is the fact that all of your abilities directly are targeted at wherever your mouse cursor is. What causes the rift is that your dragon also follows the cursor religiously for movement. So when fighting you have to constantly be flying backward or standing still to get the 8 way directional aiming to do what you want.

Standing still in a fight is never the answer, Flying backward slows down your movement considerably to almost about half. If the controls where polished a bit more and maybe rework the 5v5 map to better compliment the fact we are using dragons more it could have been a good niche market.

There are tons of dragons to pick from and weapons to accompany them, variety is good. With the already oversaturation of the ARTS/MOBA market I can't recommend this game over anything else in its current state.
Posted: March 12th, 2014
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152 of 232 people (66%) found this review helpful
132 products in account
9 reviews
7.3 hrs on record
The game seems okay but a lot mechanics don't really work for me.

First of all there will be INSANE amounts of grind, absolutely insane. Each stage seems to have 10 levels, each level has 5 objectives to complete, three of the five objectives require specific dragons and items to be completed so you will more than likely have to buy them with real money if you want to complete the objectives.

The reason you might want to complete the objectives is because they will give you rewards (like a new dragon if you complete all 5 objectives in all 10 levels, so 150 total "levels" * an average of 7 minutes per level = 1050 minutes/17.5 hours total assuming you finish them all in your first try, which you wont). Again, this is a huge grind if you want to do the single player missions to try and get new dragons or items or whatever else they may give you.

Game difficulty seems to ramp up very quickly as well. I'm barely on act 1-5 (undead crypt?) and it's pretty much impossible to complete with all the dragons they throw at you. I opened one door and 5-6 very powerful dragons spawned. I used all 3 revives and still wasn't able to kill them.

I haven't kept track of how much money you get per completed mission but it's very very little. Half way done with "act 1" and I only have about 400 gold or whatever the currency is. To purchase a dragon pack (3 random dragons) you need 5000, to purchase weapon pack (3 random weapons) you need 2500 I believe. Steam says I've played 2.2 hours, remove about 15-20 minutes to account for the tutorial and you can see how slowly you earn money.

The microtransactions SEEM pretty reasonable compared to other games but I haven't spent too much time looking at and comparing everything. Some dragons are 3-5 dollars which isn't bad.

The mechanics that don't work or that I'm simply not a fan of is the movement and combat. Most of the time it's just a huge mess of enemies clustered together flying around each other trying to hit you. My only recommendation would be a complete overhaul of the controls where you use WASD (or whatever keys you bind) to move and have the dragon shoot where your mouse cursor points (restricted to 140-180 degrees of the direction you're facing, otherwise it would just be silly). Whether the developers are interested in putting all this work to change it, I don't know.

Options are terrible. I wanted to lower the volume and you can only toggle both the sounds and music on or off. You can change your resolution and that's about it. It feels like a really terrible mobile port or browser based game. The game has potential with the idea but it's not really worth investing any time or money into at this point. It is free though so by all means try it, but if you have bandwidth limits or something then I wouldn't recommend it (although it's only 300ish mb which is nice).

If the grind is lessened and the controls are done better I think it would definitely be worth investing some time into. I have not played the PvP yet so any sort of balance or matchmaking issues are obviously not covered in this.
Posted: March 12th, 2014
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156 of 251 people (62%) found this review helpful
20 products in account
3 reviews
0.8 hrs on record
Personally, the game had the potential to be something, but it feels too empty. Positively, the dragons and weapons are unique, but encourages you to buy them with real money, giving it a pay-to-win attribute. The combat is too simplistic, you can upgrade your skills, but there is no way to obtain different skills for your dragon, except by adding a weapon which gives you extra two skills. If this was a browser game, it would have certainly obtained better reviews.
Posted: March 12th, 2014
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158 of 257 people (61%) found this review helpful
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18 reviews
0.7 hrs on record
There are dragons and titans.

There is a single player campaign.

Pay to win. Dragons have to bought with cash. Weapons have to be bought with cash. If you want to upgrade your dragon, you need 3 dragons of same kind just to upgrade it to the next level.

Lousy movement mechanics. It is "click and hold" versus "click and go". You can't dodge and attack at the same time since left click is your attack and right click is your movement. If you move, your attack will miss.

Note : The in-game currency is crystal.
Posted: March 12th, 2014
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166 of 277 people (60%) found this review helpful
33 products in account
1 review
48.8 hrs on record
Pay to win? More like Play to win!

Personally I think Dragons and Titans is a lovely little MOBA. I agree that it can't really compare to games like Dota and League of Legends, but the potential is certainly there.

The most common complaints I've seen in reviews are that the game would be Pay to Win and that the controls are clunky. One review even stated you can't attack and fly at the same time.

I find these arguments unfounded. All dragons are quite balanced so buying more with money hardly gives you an advantage. The tutorial gives you the crystals(the in game currency) to buy a dragon pack and a weapons pack, both containing 3 random dragons and 3 random weapons respectively. Through playing PVP or the single player campaign you can earn more crystals. I've had pvp games in which I earned about 300 crystals and you need 2500 for a weapons pack and 5000 for a dragons pack.

Further more there are a bunch of free to play dragons and weapons to choose from in PVP battles. These dragons and weapons rotate every other week between all the dragons and weapons available.

As for the keybinding, I will admit that its hard to get used to at first, but it's hardly clunky. Once you get the feel for it you'll be twisting and turning and breathing whatever your dragons breathing down on your foes. Flying and attacking at the same time is easy to do, some dragons even have homing attacks that will find your target no matter which direction you're facing.

There's 3 pvp maps with different game modes and the levels are well designed. Overall the PVP element is the best part of the game as it should be, but the single player campaign is a nice add on.

The single player campaign allows you to unlock dragons. Now I've seen a complaint about that in one of the reviews that you would need to clear 150 levels before unlocking the dragon. In truth you only need to play through every level once to unlock the dragon. But I agree that the difficulty is really high even when played in recruit mode. You'll die a lot, get frustrated a lot and if you're anything like me you'll just give up on it and go '♥♥♥♥ it I'm sticking to pvp'

But the thing I really like about this game is that you can endlessly combine weapons and dragons. Meaning that you could face off against a dragon with a weapon that shoots arrows one time and then be faced with that same dragon with the ability to drop mines and teleport the next time you face it. It also means that you can choose your own style of play.

Further more, the more you play a dragon or weapon, the more experience is awarded to them, allowing them to advance ranks and become faster and more powerfull. So really, the more you play the more powerful your dragons and weapons get and the more likely you are to win!

And if that isn't reason enough to give it a try. There's one argument that is sure to at least get me playing

Its a Dragon MobA!
Posted: March 13th, 2014
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