Bosses spawn from time to time, with yield a high amount of points and a buff to the entire team. Being killed by a monster or boss also deduct points. No points will be lost and given to the enemy if the player killed had no points. The team that earns 30, points first will end the match and win the Rumble Mode. The match has a time limit of 10 minutes. If the time is up, then the team with the higher amount of points will be declared winner.
The Rumble stage is opened four hours in the evening and four hours at night, and players can enter as many times as desired. Players engage on a fishing competition with other players to try and catch the largest fish as possible. Players in the Top Ten at the end of the season will get special rewards. The players who manage to fish twenty octopuses will be rewarded an octopus hat by Fishing King Salman. An instance where players have to make their away through the 11 stages, defeating enemies in an equalized enviroment.
As the player progress, they are prompted to choose between the stage reward or the chance to clear the next stage for higher rewards. Once defeated, players cannot revive and the challenge will be considered failed. This is the only stage where a Rock of Darkness can be obtained, rewarded upon completion of the final stage. A PVPVE mode where six players compete to kill and loot as many monsters as possible before they are taken from them by another player. Players are free to engage in combat with other players, however, killing can backfire as players who have been killed 3 times will be revived now Mad Fighter Buff that comes with a high increase to all stats.
Monsters killed will drop valuable cooking and farming items and Origin of Inifinity. Achievements also provide a Infinite Battlefield Pouch. These characters can be created by pressing the "Dark Character Creation" button in the character selection screen. They have different base clothes and extra hair and eye colors not available in the character creation of the usual Warrior and Archer. If the player has a level capped character on their account, their spin-off character will be raised to level 60 after completing the tutorial level.
These characters also enjoy of an extra level up rewards box with powerful armor and weapons, a costume and a mount not available anywhere else. Spin-off characters are characterized for a gameplay that puts a high emphasis on transformations and aerial combos: Players aren't not truly the " Dark Avenger " and " Silver Hunter " until they manage to transform while in combat, and maintaining the transformation as long as possible is the key to the power of these classes.
The transformation phase also enables the classes to maintain longer airborne periods. The Cash Shop Dragon Vault in North America is an in-game shop where players use real-life currency to purchase costumes and accessories usually not available through other methods. DNP can be obtained through events or in-game transactions with other players, therefore it's not required to make a real money transaction to obtain this currency. Besides costumes and accessories there's a wide range of cosmetic items to change the physical appereance of the character, some of them not available during character creation: Hairstyles, faces, eye colors, skin colors and hair colors.
The changes can be previewed in the Cash Shop or the Trading House interface. There's no method to revert changes done once the items are applied or reset to the original appereance, and the player must purchase all the needed cosmetics if they desire to do so.
Two form of pets are available: First the Pet Minion in SEA, Ally in North America , animals that will automatically pick up the loot dropped in dungeons and Nests when enabled, and the pet will continue making the player company even after the option was disabled removing the pet from it's item slot it's required to make it disappear completely.
Second pet type available are the Spirits , little critters or orbs of light that accompany your character at all times, floating around them. Some Spirits can be fed to grow and change appereance. Beyond the character customization items, there are several comodities available that are usually not found in-game or found in very limited quantities: Wings and mounts with speed boosts to shorten travel times in towns and fields as players can simply teleport by clicking on the map, these are largely useless and considered mostly a cosmetic item , items to shorten the fishing and farming times, tickets to bypass the Trading House tax, Seal Stamps to facilitate gear exchange, among others.
Limited edition costumes, accessories, wings, mounts and Spirits that are remarkable for being designed by a popular artists, based on a popular NPCs of the game, product of a collaboration with a third party, or simply for boasting extravagant or quirky designs become available usually during event periods that may last from a few weeks to one month.
The usual methods of acquisition are participating in it's respective event or Gacha boxes, and sometimes directly from the Cash Shop. Dragon Nest was first unveiled in , being still in very early stages of development. The initial concept of the game focused more in dungeon crawling, and players had to fight their way through random generated dungeons until they reached the next town. The more the player progressed, the stronger, bigger and smarter monsters became.
The final goal of the game was to defeat the nine Dragons that ruled the world. A top view dungeon crawler for iOS and Andriod developed by Eyedentity Games , said to take place years after the events of the original Dragon Nest. Players can choose between the Warrior , Archer , Sorceress and Cleric to explore random generated dungeons. According to the game description in the official site Geraint unspecified which one and Velskud will eventually be encountered in an unknown future update.
A hack and slash game for mobile devices for the Chinese market developed in Unity. The game uses various assets from the original Dragon Nest , including the 3D models. Players will clear stages to progress through a brand-new story loosely based on the original game, said to be focused on Geraint and Velskud. The game has a hub modeled after Saint Haven for players to interact with one another, manage menus and speak to NPCs like Argenta.
An upcoming action game developed by Eyedentity Games for iOS and Android, said to take place years before the events of Dragon Nest but speculated to be on an alternate timeline due to incongruencies with the main story: The game's story states that Geraint defeated the Black Dragon, but was exposed to the potion and to prevent corruption he sealed himself.
In the process, Geraint lost his memories but eventually meets someone that will help him recover. Geraint's physical appereance also differs: He is portrayed with platinum blonde hair, paler skin and blue eyes. Players take control of Geraint , Argenta , Marian and Garbel , each with 20 different skills that can be unlocked by progressing in the game.
The game trailer teased that outfits to dress up the characters will also be available. No details were given of this game, and it's said to be on a very early stage of development by Eyedentity Games for iOS and Android. Announcement trailer only played gameplay clips of the original Dragon Nest. Players can take control of the Warrior , Archer and Sorceress to progress through stages and meet popular NPCs of the franchise, but Kali and Assassin have been teased in trailers and adverts.
Currently only available for the Chinese market. The game interacted with the original Dragon Nest and players could participate in events, collect virtual cards, win items or merchandise through this game. Nothing has been revealed about the gameplay or plot, but the trailer suggests that elements or characters of Dragon Nest: Warrior's Dawn will be present.
The manga was collected in three volumes. The first volume was published on 4 October , the second volume on 4 February , and the third volume on 3 June Each volume includes codes to exchange for costumes based on the outfits worn by the protagonists for it's respective classes, designed by TATSUBON himself. It was collected in four volumes. The manga was later also released on the Comico manga mobile application on 4 November , with the last chapter released on 19 January , with a total of 60 chapters.
The story focuses on Anu Arendel and the co-protagonist of the first movie Liya. The jacket was covered in photographies of the singer in full Velskud cosplay, an original illustration of Velskud, and inside a code for special wings not available anywhere else. Together, they are known as "White Version" and "Black Version", and music videos were produced as part of the promotion. It included a code to obtain a ring and a decal in the Japanese version of the game.
Asiasoft also held a contest in which players were invited to create a music video for the song. The first place winner, created by the illustrator collective WAKEZ PROJECT gained popularity among players across all servers due to the high quality production, and the video has been reuploaded to many video streaming services. In Korea, to conmemorate the release of Dragon Nest 2. The single "Here we go" was released, which can be downloaded for free in Dragon Nest Korean site.
Loading screens with photographies of Tiny-G members temporarly replaced the usual ones. The short it's 10 minutes long and was streamed for free in video streaming services in China. The production team has shown interest in making more episodes exploring different characters. New episodes have not been confirmed so far. I suppose when it comes to my fear of failure, preparedness helps. I keep a notepad next to my computer so that when I play games, I can jot down things I should remember.
When crafting in Galaxies, I would hand write the list of resources I needed and manually go through my resources to see which ones were the best for the job at hand and I would figure THAT out by using a bit of math that required a calculator. I do what I can to face these fears in the context of games and I feel that it helps somewhat.
I was scared out of my mind, but I kept moving. I eventually finished the quest, but my hands were shaking. I guess you could call me a coward. I beat it on two of the three settings and considered it a win. Occasionally I can pull a win out of a near loss, but it really scares the crap out of me. Dying or death is an issue in a majority of games and a great deal of mechanics center on preventing it from happening.
This is sort of the flip side of the coin from making progress in a game. I mean, what would stop you from making progress at all? Yeah, being dead can kind of cause a bit of a problem there. Just a bit. Anyways, games tend to throw a roadblock in front of the player and if the player fails to pass that obstacle, there are penalties like death to deal with.
If you run out of hit points, you are killed or defeated and you either reload or respawn or retreat depending on the terminology the game is using to the last safe point you found. The object is to go for as long as you can without being forced back to that checkpoint by death and the game sometimes gives you little items to help stave off this penalty for as long as you can. In a simpler example, in Super Mario Bros. If you grab something like a fireflower, you are given the ability to shoot fireballs and you can take another hit before dying.
The above mechanism is constant through a lot of game genres. Here you have three or four party members, each with their own abilities and so forth. If you die in a Final Fantasy game, you lose time spent towards progressing the storyline and the development of your characters. Overall, the penalty for death in a lot of these games is lost time, lost investment. So, here I am, entertaining the completionist part of myself, and I spend a long time trying to get to this one point.
I eventually went back and just beat the game, but every now and again I get tempted to play it some more. With the introduction of online role playing games, death penalties are something of a point of contention amongst players. That and you kind of need to catch back up to your party if you accidentally resurrect back at a tavern or something.
Also, you had wound points to deal with in each of your three damage taking statistics: health, action, and mind referred to as HAM. You had to go to a medic or a doctor in a medical facility to heal the health and action wound points and to an entertainer in a cantina to heal the mind wound points.
Wound points essentially reduced the maximum amount of health, action, or mind your character could have until they were removed. The more deaths you experienced and in some cases, the more fighting you did , the more wound points you would have in each category until one hit could probably kill you. They later removed the wound point system, the mind bar, and the deterioration of your equipment. These days if you die you get a 5 minute death penalty status that makes it so you have only a percentage of your maximum health and action making it really easy to die again.
Getting rid of this status is possible in three ways: have an entertainer remove it, pay the medical droid in the cloning facility to remove it, or wait the 5 minutes for the penalty to go away on its own. The cost of paying the medical droid scales with your level, but does not exceed credits at level Essentially, you can now clone anywhere on a planet regardless of where you saved your cloning information.
Like I said up above in the intro, preventing death is what a lot of games focus on. In Star Trek Online, my captain can focus in shield skills that keep his shields regenerating in combat or that allow me to quickly heal my hull as it takes damage. In Star Wars Galaxies, every character comes with his own personal healing skill that gets better as they gain levels Commandos still need Medics to back them up though… from a heal every once in a while is NOT enough.
I mentioned that this topic is a point of contention amongst players and it really is. I can almost guarantee that if you look for it, you might find a forum thread somewhere discussing the merits of harsher or softer death penalties in just about any online game. The fact remains that the players have a skewed perspective: some are there to have a good time and others are there for a challenge.
For some, those are both the same thing. I tried it once and died in a single hit three times in a row and I vowed to never do it again. Some of my friends have come to the same conclusion. I get kind of attached to my characters. We had a game the other day where one of our party was hit all the way down to one hit point and she just shrugged and we were all confused.
Apparently, she had armor that could heal her all the way back up to full if she ever dropped below one hit point. She was laughingly upset when the fight ended and she still had one hit point, so we all offered to crack her character upside the head to trigger the heal.
Games tend to trivialize it, but no one wants to have to start all over every time they die. I think it would be nice if we had a save and load function in our lives or maybe a few extra coins for continues. It is the coming of Death that terrifies me.
I really like this: While on a journey, Chuang Tzu found a skull, dry and parched. With sorrow he questioned and lamented the end to all things. When he finished speaking, he dragged the skull over, and using it as a pillow, lay down to sleep. Allow me to explain in something akin to a wall of text. Basically, not to sound condescending or anything but I am going to treat you like a small child for a moment , things are made of parts.
In the case of food, the parts are ingredients. In the case of a book, the parts are pages and words. In the case of a game, the parts are called mechanics. The mechanics compliment and supplement each other to provide a whole experience. This is an exercise in separating the mechanics from the game or, if you will, taking the cheese out of the sandwich or citing a passage from a book.
By doing so, I hope to become a more educated participant in the medium and to also appreciate the complexities before me in my preferred form of entertainment. How about the story? Some games like Dungeons and Dragons Online will probably be hard to break down into the individual mechanics that appeal to me if the game as a whole has strong appeal for me. Oh, speaking of F2P… I should probably post a few terms on here as I go to clarify for some non-gamer friends who are interested in my project nonetheless.
Free-to-Play F2P is just that: the game is free to pick up and play. No guarantees on the quality, but developers are surprisingly proficient in churning out a very pretty and quite functional F2P game. Pay-to-Play P2P is also self-explanatory: you pay a subscription fee like to a magazine or HBO to access the content of the game. These games tend to have production values brand names, higher quality graphics and mechanics, big company backers , but can sometimes be outdone by their F2P counterparts.
Micropayments are F2P games where the player can pay a little cash to gain an in-game benefit of some sort. Some games like Dungeons and Dragons Online have an in-game store or a website store where you can spend your real money to gain virtual benefits. These benefits range from consumables like magic potions that are not found in playing the game normally or special equipment that is difficult to find or just plain expensive if you were to use the in-game currency.
Fortunately, enough people want to pay for these little enhancements to game play because it gives them that extra edge and, as a result, the game sticks around funded by these generous souls. Suffice to say, those are the three financial flavors of online games and each category has a sparkling gem or three.
Further, they have an in-game store where you can shell out DDO points which you can buy with cash or accrue through completing quests for anything from magic potions to magic arms and armor. Remember, playing games is supposed to be fun. If you know the terms, the fun comes to you a bit faster.
Initial disclaimer: I gave this game a try some time ago and made a variety of characters and so forth. Trying it out again this time was an opportunity to focus more clearly on a couple of things for the purposes of analyzing the mechanics. So, I hopped into 2Moons and snagged a few screens of the elements I was talking about in my In Progress posts.
I found it very frustrating that I had to continuously rotate the camera while moving in order to see where I was going and I believe that a chase camera is something very important in a game like this. I would like to point out a couple of cool elements that made the trip into 2Moons however brief worthwhile. First is the Auto Potion option:. Third, the available quest menu, first as an exclamation mark in the upper left of the screen to keep it out of the way and second as a list in the upper left when you need to see it:.
Those three elements definitely appeal to me. Thumbs up to Acclaim for innovations and the like. Thumbs down for scenes like this keeping me from actually getting to NPCs in common areas:. I hope to have another game on my list looked at by the end of this week. EDIT: I forgot something I thought was really cool: If you kill something and it drops loot, you hit the spacebar and your character automatically picks up the loot.
Very nice feature for those of us who remember Diablo II fondly but are tired of clicking a lot. This is a cool mechanic that should be in any game that has open loot drops. You move FAR too slowly when you walk and it takes a long time to get anywhere even while running. I wish there was an in-game control listing so I could… ah, found it. Okay, hitting the spacebar picks stuff up, great, good to know!
Of course, like in Diablo 2, holding ALT shows the stuff on the ground. Look for that in the next post. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Mechanically Inclined A thoughtful and personal exploration of games. Home About the Author About the Site.
Until next time, keep your eyes open. Impression — Hellgate Global So, last week I was discussing Hellgate London with a friend and we were lamenting the lack of multiplayer on such a neat game you know, since the servers were now non-existent.
Until next time, remember the dead and fight for the living! Until next time, have a happy 4th of July! Until next time, — Elorfin P. Discussion — Inventory Maintenance Hey everyone! As promised, the discussion on Inventory Maintenance in games! Further… They gave you a pet.
Discussion — An incomplete approach to my fear of failure and gaming I have a fear of failure.
Select a profile 3. Launch the game 4. Open another DNBot 5. Select a different profile 6. Launch the game 7. Now loot faster than a pet and with more distance - New feature that will restart DN and start the bot again if you disconnect! You must have auto-login and auto-start bot enabled for this feature to work - New feature that will use Key of Dimensional Box on the bunny at the end of an Abyss dungeon! It works like perfectly!!!!!
I might not have those requirements installed.. We apologize for the inconvenience. Last edited by dnbotmaker; at AM. Just started playing this game and saw it on here and gonna farm myself some gold anyone maybe have a tip on what class i could use the best with this? Remember Me? Other First Person Shooter Hacks. Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of Last edited by Gio; at AM. I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.
Thanks a lot. Could u try do this on EU? Last edited by Soczewica; at AM. I will develop for EU server soon when this is perfected. Originally Posted by shaiful Last edited by dnbotmaker; at PM. Mine Just crashes.. User Info: Moukaryuu. Torchlight is basically Diablo 2. I enjoyed it, but once I finished it, I put it down and moved on. These are just what I already own so I dont need to spend money to play any of these.
User Info: atlus User Info: NicoGrimm. How dare the Gods work against me! I don't remember giving them permission. It's free and pretty hack and slashy. User Info: foodeater4. I would not get any game on your list. I would get Titan Quest: Gold Edition titanquest. Normally I'd just say go steam, but TQ actually has a pretty useful manual and its cheaper at amazon then Steam right now.
But if you mind a big print job you can print the manual. Also Torchlight 2 looks promising but its not out, supposedly in july or august though. I got bored of Torchlight 1 pretty quick, it felt to limiting compared to D2 and TQ. But as Is aid , T2 looks pretty promising so far. More topics from this board Do you guys like Rhykker's videos on Diablo?
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