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Dragon Raja review, our initial comments

If you are a game developer, your two main goals is either creating something new and unique, or interpret and "enhance" an already existing videogame.

The game, Dragon Raja, is somewhat on the latter choice basing from the developer's moves. If you have been playing MMORPG, then most likely you'll need the same knowledge and gameplay with this game.

Now for the good knowledge, this game is based from a famous Korean fantasy novels. The game's heroes will be based on the novel with powers and abilities with no difference like other MMORPGs.

As a start, you get to use a main hero. This is to let you get a grip with Dragon Raja's gameplay. Just like in any other MMORPGs, this character will be used to familiar the gameplay and how it works. Eventually, as you progress with the game, you get to unlock other characters that you can join in your team.

This game has a total of 20 characters to control. Needless to say, each character has his own unique skillsets.

Pretty much the game's basic rules abide with other existing MMORPGs. The only difference is of course, the story, set of characters and skills.

The qualities of the game in terms of design is really great, and with other enhancements like the animation with heroes fly and the scores for combo's when you are killing an enemy. 

You might have already expected this, since the game is based on a famous Korean Novel, dialogues will also pop up and "sparkle". The scriptwriting during each character's conversation is not really that great, but defitely this is a good game to try.

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