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Drakensang Online in Friendster, A Quick Look
Today, I had a chance to play Drakensang Online in Friendster and this is my quick look sucky gaming video for the game.
Drakensang Online is a free-to-play action-MMORPG and it’s browser-based. It was developed by Bigpoint Berlin and it’s now playable in Friendster.
If you’re interested in playing Drakensang Online then just go to the game’s Friendster’s page. The link is in the description of this video.
In Drakensang Online’s Friendster’s Page, I enter the game by logging-in to my Friendster’s account.
After staring at Drakensang Online’s logo for a few minutes, the game proceeded to the Character Setup screen where I created my Character.
The character that I created was a Dragonknight and I named him Kabalyero. After creating my character, he was immediately transported to the game’s starting area.
I didn’t talk to the NPC that was right next to where my character appeared because I kinda wanted to proceed to the game immediately.
Was that a good idea? I don’t know but I was able to get through the starting area without any problems.
In the starting area, I was greeted by small monsters called Gremlins. They were kinda annoying but they were very easy to kill.
By the way, controlling my my character in Drakensang Online was very easy. I moved him around by pointing with my mouse and clicking with my left-mouse button. Also, I attacked and picked-up items by clicking on them with my left-mouse button as well.
Drakensang Online has an isometric view which is similar with other popular titles like Marvel Heroes, the Diablo Series, Torchlight and others.
I don’t play many games with Isometric Views because this view tends to block or hide things that are important to players but I don’t see that happening in Drakensang Online because the game’s environment is laid out very well.
Drakensang Online’s graphics, sounds and music are very decent for a free-to-play game and, best of all, the game is extremly easy to play.
Now, back to my game. The starting area was very linear. I just followed the road, fought a bunch of gremlins along the way and at the end of the road was the entrance to Grimford.
Anyway, this is where I’ll end my quick look at Drakensang Online in Friendster. Again, if you’re interested in playing the game in Friendster then the link is available in the description of this video.
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