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Dragon Eternity

Dragon Eternity
  • Release Date: Feb. 15, 2012
  • Publisher: Q1 Online
  • Developer: Q1 Online
  • Genre: Action Role-playing
  • Official Site

Dragon Eternity is a browser-based F2P game which combines role-playing, adventure and turn-based combat. Against a fantasy setting, the game takes players into the land of Dragons where players just fight the way up against monsters, NPC foes and real player enemies.

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Dragon Eternity doesn’t provide a story or a plot. Players just select one side, Vaalor or Sadar, and jump into gameplay. Three character archetypes are available for players to role-play and develop. With level up, players can unlock magic skills in six elemental forms, and get dragons of six races at certain level as fighting pets to aid in battles.

Dragon Eternity sounds more interesting than it really is. Without an immersive plot to drive the storyline, quests are more like random tasks to send players to grind. Purchase equipment in the shop and equip them, and kill x amount of whatever in somewhere. To speak of the turn-based combat, it’s slow paced in nature, which is compounded by the constant cutscreen. Specifically, players click on one enemy, enter the combat screen, defeat the opponent, return to the wild to click on another enemy, and repeat. Low drop rate makes it unavoidable to grind for items such as orbs and insignias unless you directly buy from the shop. And powerful items in shop are usually premium.

Dragon Eternity on the whole is mediocre with its lack of livelihood and engaging combat. The good thing is that it offers different magic and dragons in battles and passable graphics. But that’s far enough to make up for what’s missed in the core. Surely there are more interesting casual games to try out.

 
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