Dragon Nest gold looks amazing, and the boss fights can be quite a challenge. The adjustable challenge levels and repeatable instances help players get used to the controls and combos at their own pace. Most of the time I don't feel like pushing myself anyway; I'd rather jump into a dungeon just to kill something to death without much resistance.Unfortunately, the "paste" feature didn't work, and we all know how complicated some of the gold-spammer names can be.
- When it comes down to it, most of us just have to ignore the spam.Sometimes, I onlyhalf-dodged. Fortunately, my scantily clad lady could take several hits. Since I was given a higher-level character, I had fun exploring the different locations offered through the teleporter. With all of the graphics settings turned up, C9 rivals some of the best-looking games out there.
- Taking down a boss feels like stepping onto a stage and closing with a massive standing ovation. Instancing seems appropriate especially because combat like the kind you find in C9 is too intense to maintain for that long. After an adventure or two, I had to stretch and put some ice on my wrists. I'd also love to try the game out with a controller, especially on this newer PC.
- I think it might work beautifully.Nothing rivals C9's loud, combo-liscious approach to combat. Not all is perfect, of course, but most of the issues I had with the game resulted from art design or customer service. Those areas might be easier to fix than a boring game.Games have some strange ideas about what certain professions entail at times.
- You've probably known a lot of academics in your life, and few if any of them carry enormous guns and hit things with wrenches. Dragon Nest gold (not to, y'know, be confused with any other game sporting the dragon moniker) is prepping for an exciting update to this action MMO.