Though [Dragonica Online] will have many of the trappings of a traditional massively multiplayer game, it'll also have a lighthearted sense of humor and won't take itself too seriously. One of the levels we saw in action was a dock area near the ocean, where our enemies were walking sharks dressed as pirates. Like with other sidescrolling beat-em-ups, you'll defeat your enemies by pummelling them repeatedly if you choose a combat-oriented class, such as the warrior or archer (which fights enemies by repeatedly shooting them with arrows), though some of game's other classes, such as the magician and the thief, fight in other ways.Read the full article by following this link.
Friday, May 15, 2009
GameSpot.com has published a "Spotlight On" article about its first hands-on experience with Dragonica Online and the game clearly left quite an impression. The piece addresses the game's unique mix of genre, gameplay essentials and revenue model. The article focuses on the colorful abilities you'll be using to dispatch your equally colorful foes and how they range from the expected to the anything-but-expected. Here is a detailed passage:
Posted by Scapes at 5/15/2009 01:50:00 AM