This one is curious. I'm not quite sure what they're going for in this game. It's one part Blade and Soul, One part Kritika, and a lot of Dragon Nest. If I had a opinion I'd give it a middle of the pack offering.
If you can run it at max settings. It runs in 60fps and looks good doing it.
Combo crazy I mean seriously combo crazy
Easy to play and level
Nice armor and effects
Characters display emotion well
Secret Events happen (Think Age of Wushu like hidden events)
Attack system seems to ignore collision. This is a problem it causes you to sometimes totally miss. And end up some stuck in a wall. In one case I flew off a cliff.....even though I landed a solid hit on the enemy.
You're on rails, literally no effort is needed to level. Just follow the quest and you win. Some people li
- Scion Storm posted at Nov 11, 2014 3:00 pm
Dragon Sword is not a new game. But I ignored it last year, simply because I couldn't play it. I don't know what changed over the year? But now I can play it rather smoothly. This is pretty much the character customization.
And I gave you some mount combat game play. And some little action. I'll fully review it later in the week. Also you don't need a key to play this one. Just a Net Ease account which is easy to get.