Dragon Nest is an edge-of-your-seat online adventure filled with artful visuals, thundering action sequences and distinctive maps and play styles that will appeal to experienced and beginning players alike. Assuming the role of Heroes of the world of Lagendia, players seek an antidote to save the poisoned Goddess Altea. Facing countless dangers, including a landscape overrun by throngs of deadly dragons, the Heroes must call upon their strength, speed and cunning – and even discover ways to morph into dragons themselves – to defeat the mightiest of the dragons, protect the sacred territories and save Altea.
“Dragon Nest is a thrilling game with whimsical characters and fast action that is sure to appeal to a wide audience,” said Chris Lee, founder and CEO, EYEDENTITY Games. “From the game’s intense combat featuring combination and chain attacks to randomly changing dungeons and sporadically spawning monsters, players will be kept on their toes as they engage in non-stop exploration of the colorful Dragon Nest world.”
The beautiful Goddess Altea, creator of the tranquil worlds of Lagendia, plummeted into unconsciousness after being poisoned by her jealous, evil sister Vestinel. The poison can only be neutralized by an antidote made from the source of the poison itself - Vestinel’s magic grail – which has disappeared into Lagendia along with sinister Vestinel herself. Able to communicate to her people only through dreams, the Goddess Altea calls upon the Heroes of Lagendia via all-knowing prophets to find the grail and save her from her eternal slumber. In their quest, the bold warriors must comb the lands for enchanted Power Stones, which allow them to speak with the prophets and unlock the will of Altea through her dreams. But the hunt for the Power Stones is not for the meek, as since the Goddess Altea’s poisoning, the formerly peaceful lands of Lagendia have become home to throngs of deadly dragons bent on thwarting the grail’s discovery and keeping the land in despair.
Are you brave enough to join your fellow Heroes in battle against the mighty dragons and return Lagendia to its once-harmonious state? Only the strongest, keenest and most clever warriors will be victorious – and you will need to use every possible skill to defeat the dragons and save Goddess Altea!
- Dynamic Combat. No monotonous “click and wait” combat in Dragon Nest! Experience thrilling combination and chain attacks for intense, non-stop action
- Intuitive yet Engaging Game Play. Though totally immersive, Dragon Nest employs clear goals and intuitive, convenient controls that encourage a wide range of players to become fully engaged in the action and further enjoy their online gaming experience
- Unique Maps and Play Styles. Dragon Nest dungeons change at random and monsters spawn indiscriminately, forcing players to stay on their toes as they explore Alcheringa, engage in guild vs. guild territory wars or even morph into dragons themselves to fight with the mightiest of the dragons and protect the sacred territories
- Flexible Proprietary Technology. Dragon Nest boasts the proprietary, fully optimized “Eternity Engine,” which provides artful, premium graphics with low system requirements that allows for thousands of players to be simultaneously online in the worlds of Alcheringa
- Experienced Team. Dragon Nest was created by an extremely talented development team consisting of veterans who have worked on the Kingdom Under Fire series, N3: Ninety Nine Nights and Huxley
Behind Dragon Nest is EYEDENTITY Games’ proprietary, fully optimized “Eternity Engine.” The Eternity Engine provides for artful, premium graphics with low system requirements that allow thousands of players to be online simultaneously.
With a renowned team of diverse developers from from NCSoft, Gravity, Phantogram and Webzen, EYEDENTITY Games will bring Dragon Nest to markets in Asia, including Korea, China, Taiwan and Japan, and North America. EYEDENTITY Games' Dragon Nest, Powered by its own proprietary Eternity Engine technology, will enter beta testing in Korea in late 2008, and will roll out the service to other markets around the globe beginning 2009.
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