This free, multiplayer role playing game is rich in combat and includes a pretty fascinating storyline, all things considered. It’s in third person with an over-the-shoulder perspective, and lets you control every single movement of your character, which isn’t as common as it should be in these types of games.
Set in the world of Lemuria, you move through the game by defeating other players and monsters, utilizing an extensive range of gear, weapons, and combat moves (many of which are customizable), as well as solving puzzles.
You start the game by creating a character: archer, warrior, sorceress, cleric, tinkerer, sharpshooter, acrobat,paladin, priest, elementalist, mystic or kali. You can create four characters for each world, and the game allows your characters to interact via mail. While each has its own set of strengths and weaknesses, perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of Dragon Nest is the fact that, with the fully customizable combat sequences, even the lowest skill base can beat a higher level character if the gamer is experienced enough.
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The voices are interesting and the graphics are anime-inspired, definitely keeping up with the fast-paced combat sequences that the game is known for. And here, that is what truly shines: you can fry someone with electricity, set them on fire, and a host of other interesting, not-seen-very-often options. It is fun, engaging, and the endless options truly make Dragon Nest stand out on its own.
Dragon Nest is free to play.