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Dragon Saga

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Gravity Interactive
Developer: Barunson Interactive
Release Date: Oct. 28, 2010

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'Dragonica Online' Now Called 'Dragon Saga'

by Rainier on Oct. 29, 2010 @ 12:21 a.m. PDT

Dragonica is a free-to-play, cartoon side-scrolling, micro-transaction-based casual MMO mixing elements of action and arcade.

Dragon Saga, re-launched October 28th, 2010, is free-to-play and players may choose to pay for additional content and features on a micro-transaction basis. Barunson Interactive spent seven years developing Dragonica, which brings cartoon side-scrolling action online games to a new peak. The game’s totally 3D rendering design, fresh cartoon characters and scenery modeling, create a new visual perception of side-scrolling games. Dragonica skillfully mixes the elements of action and arcade, and creates various ultimate skills to enhance playability.

Dragon Saga offers features that will surely capture your gaming senses. The game offers a whole new level of combat system wherein you can perform chain attack combinations paired up with humorous skills that are easy to learn but difficult to master. Community functions such as guilds, parties, marriage system and a lot more will encourage interaction between players. You can also acquire different pets that can be used as mounts or battle assistants and have your own house which you can furnish and decorate. A crafting system will also be available to all 4 character classes which will further evolve into more than 28 different classes. Dragon Saga combines fun, humor, extensive content and innovative gameplay.

Dragon Saga (formally Dragonica Online) will be going into commercial launch October 28th, 2010.

“The Production Team and Barunson Interactive have been working very hard on Dragon Saga…” said Yoshinori Kitamura, Chief Executive Officer of Gravity Interactive, “…to bring users new gameplay and content previously unseen in the US version of the game. Our community is excited for the commercial launch of Dragon Saga and so are we; they are really going to enjoy how Dragon Saga has evolved. “

Dragon Saga players will find their characters just as they left them, and ready for battle. These players will also notice that many updates have been added since they last played, including many elements of the “Paris Strikes Back” update. Upon commercial service, updates will include Kundara Dungeon and Temple of Water, with Van Cliff Manor, level cap raise to 70, 4th classes, and more to come before the end of the year.

To play Dragon Saga, simply sign up for a free account at the official website and download the game client. Players who have the Closed Beta game client will need to uninstall it and install the release version found at the above link.

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