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  1. Default Dragon Nest required specs

    Dragon NestRequiredRecommended
    Operating SystemWindows 2000Windows XP
    CPUPentium III 1.6 GHzDual Core 2.0GHz
    RAM512 MB1 GB
    Hard Disk4 GB
    Graphics CardRadeon 9550/Nvidia 5700GeForce 6600

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    What? Those requirements are low... Even my laptop has quadruple those requirements. The only thing I'm missing is a great Video Card. According to that one stupid website for games and how well they'll work on your computer, my graphics card can't even run MapleStory on the lowest settings.

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    Publisher: Nexon America
    Developer: Eyedentity Games
    Platform: PC, Windows
    Genre: Action Role Playing Game
    Players: Single player and Multiplayer
    Launch Date: TBA
    Website: TBD


    Dragon Nest is an online action role-playing game. Actual gameplay involves adrenaline-pumping, high-speed combat with visually stunning attack combos. But, at the same time, it also incorporates an epic storyline and role-playing elements of both classic RPGs and MMORPGs alike. You follow the character through a third-person, over-the-shoulder perspective, and when in combat, you engage the enemy in a style reminiscent of first person shooters where many attacks are directed in front of the player through crosshairs.

    There are four playable classes from which players may choose.

    ARCHER: The agile elven bow master rains arrows upon her enemies from afar, but when things get too close, she’s completely capable of handling the situation with powerful kick attacks.
    WARRIOR: Wielding powerful, two-handed weapons and specializing in close-range combat, the warrior is undoubtedly a dangerous and intimidating character in the battlegrounds.
    CLERIC: This spiritual character commands healing abilities to keep himself agile and employs lightning magic to smite his foes. Even with his magical proclivities, he can more than hold his own in physical combat.
    SORCERESS: Unleashing powerful spells to conquer her enemies from a distance, the mystical sorceress is the prime spell-caster of Dragon Nest.
    As players progress through Dragon Nest, they can further specialize their class by choosing different paths of discipline.

    Players of Dragon Nest will often find themselves gathering in towns to form groups, selling the spoils from their adventures or even socializing and making friends. Progression takes place as a player levels up and clears through each chapter of the story. As a character becomes more powerful, more options become available, including player-versus-player (PVP) “NestWar” combat, where multiple parties may do battle against one another. For those who truly crave epic battles, “Dragon Raid” allows players to cultivate a party in order to slay the most fearsome creatures in the game—dragons!

    Key Features

    Unprecedented Next-Generation Action

    Dragon Nest applies the WASD-mouse combo, a traditional control for first-person shooter games, which allows the player to quickly change views and move more fluidly. Unlike other massive online games, Dragon Nest does not place the character in the middle of the screen, but rather slightly to the left. This gives the player an over-the-shoulder perspective, which allows easier recognition of enemy movements and locations. Besides the action, Dragon Nest also offers an intriguing background story that is seamlessly manifested through many quests. Special events are reinforced with in-game cut-scenes that further the continuing story line of the player’s world and ultimate goal.

    Four Unique Classes with Specialization Paths

    The character classes of Dragon Nest are made up of four unique roles: the Warrior, Archer, Cleric, and Sorceress. As the player progresses through the game, new character customization paths open up, which allow players to emphasize their character’s growth in a particular area. Jewels and insignias also offer players different ways to customize their character. By arranging jewels in a specific order, players can create insignias that manifest in different ways, often times altering items or even granting new abilities.

    Experiences of Mind and Might

    Beyond destroying all nearby enemies, players are also forced to solve specific puzzles to advance. Such puzzles include opening a specific door or activating an instrument or device. The creatures of Dragon Nest also go beyond the typically-expected threats, both in species and their scale. Some present challenges with uniquely created monsters beyond the player’s immediate field of view, seeking to harm players from the air and/or the ground.

    In addition, the geography itself plays a factor during combat, with the ability to knock enemies off the walls or ground and other obstacles in order to perform successive combat combos. When combined with party-fighting, this creates a constantly evolving player-versus-environment experience.

    Community Focus

    The towns that connect the world of Dragon Nest are set in unique locations that become unlocked as you advance the story and power of your character. Features like Dragon Raid and NestWar also help to promote community. Players may speak to anyone nearby in town or to their party in the 3D environment. Additional methods of communication such as game mail helps to strengthen the interaction and bond between players.

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    Any idea on a European/North American version of this, or if we could possibly be able to get in the Korean version? >_>

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    Those are really low. What graphic levels are there?

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    Guys, low recommended settings are good. Less lag, and easier to run on junk computers.

    I barely meet the recommended myself >_>

    This game looks pretty bland, but I might give it a try if enough MSers are interested.

  7. I AM NOW "Mute"
    IGN: Stephen
    Server: U.S.A.
    Level: 21
    Job: None
    Guild: No where
    Alliance: Unemployment


    how would i go about finding my laptop's hard disk space and graphics card? things at least 5 years old, but those two things are the only ones im not sure if i could handle.

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    dxdiag. CPU-z, countless other ways.

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    I'm sure what this requirement is saying is "If you are unfortunate enough to be running a Radeon 9550 or Nvidia 5700, you can run this game at 640x480 with no antiailiasing and textures, shaders, and applicable graphic filters set to minimum and achieve a playable framerate. GG " XD

    Control panel - System for general comp specs.
    Right click your desktop and click properties and you should get your graphic card's name...probably integrated gfx if the laptop is as old as you say.
    ...Windows button + E to see your hard drive space...or just press start - My Computer...
    Last edited by Phantasm; 2010-04-17 at 09:59 PM.



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