Guy 2: I need to go to WalMart to buy myself a prepaid gift card so I can buy some gold first.
Guy 3: I like this game.
Guy 4: This game is bad.
Guy 5: This is a great game.
Guy 6 This game sax.
Guy7 : this game is very weird.
Guy 8: I like to kill goblins.
You know, like Final Fight.
The game takes place in Arad, and its intro sequence seems to show that you're playing in a post apocalyptic world.
DFO was first released in Korea, and has recently been released in America. You hotkey your skills to attack, as would be expected.
You do not allocate your stats yourself, but instead only control your skill points in an attempt to make a good build.
Much to the game's genre, the graphics are intentionally nostalgic and you'll remember how you spent all of your wage at the arcade.
The game isn't bad, however. Some of its pros are that it is free to play, fast paced, and it -is- nostalgic.
However, this is outweighed by the cons of the game.
1. No free customization of sprite.
3. Five classes, mostly gender bound.
Slayer -- Guy with a demon hand. Damage class.
Fighter -- Seemingly the "tank" of this game.
Gunner -- "Ranger". Good at ranging, sucks at anything within melee range.
Mage -- Self explanatory. Really powerful spells. Lowest amount of HP.
Priest -- Wait, what? This... is a melee class. You hit the enemy with a giant cross.
There are 4 possible job advancements per class.
If you're looking for a game in which you could experience a little nostalgia, it -might- be worth your time.
"Yes. I felt like I was playing a game from ten years ago..."
"So... is that a good or a bad thing?" - Nexon Fan 2
"Dunno. It's not horrendous, but I don't think I'll be putting much time into it." - Nexon Fan 1