New MMOs in July 2011 Round up!

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Date: 08-15-2011 Views: loading

Hot July, hot showgirls! ChinaJoy, which's the largest game show in China, made its appearance again in Shanghai this July. With the aid of many highly-anticipated games like Firefall and Blade & Soul, this year's ChinaJoy stood as a big feast for visitors' eyes. China-based Tencent announced its obtainment of the publishing rights for Blade & Soul in China, and the game's second CBT is also about to start in South Korea. So, what kind of surprises will NCsoft bring players? After seeing off the hot game expo, let's look back on the glistening new games in July by starting off with the most shining star of July - Dragon Nest!

Dragon Nest

Before Dragon Nest landed on Southeast Asian shore, it has been very famous for its fast action and high quality graphics. This year, Shanda, the MMO company of China, confirmed that this anticipated action title would come to SEA. Shanda did not break its promise. Dragon Nest kicked off its Open Beta test which is also available to residents of the United States, Canada and Australia on July 26, 2011.

Dragon Nest is a MMORPG created by Eyedentity Games and was first released on March of 2010. It consists of a third person view with "skill based" attacks. This saying that it breaks from the normal MMORPG where it is all click and kill and immerses in a style in which you as a player must aim your own skills. Dragon Nest brings you four classes to pick from, each with two seperate classes to advance into. This CGI anime-styled game is filled with the exaggerated skills that most anime games use. But admist its chaos isn't only bright lights to defeat the enemies. Dragon Nest features a unique, and responsive, combo system that would keep you entertained for hours on end.

Full SizeDragon Nest screenshot

Full SizeDragon Nest screenshot

Full SizeDragon Nest screenshot



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