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Jan 15, 2013 | 9:44 AM EST

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Sorry, Dragon's Call II operation contract on NG is about to end. For all the players who want to continue playing Dragon's Call II, please contact me via Skype - adamskydancer or Email - adam [at] gamedp [dot] com

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 25, 2013

The game is very simple, what I like about it is the landscape art it's amazing. I like the recreation of dragons call, but it really lost all the interesting parts of the game, it's still the same, but the text version was actually more interesting, It improved the graphics, though there is a lot of changes to be made for it to be a good game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 25, 2013



Rated 1 / 5 stars January 24, 2013

After waiting for the game to load, the first thing I noticed is how bad the translations are. Spelling and grammar mistakes quickly dispel the suspension of belief. Then, I clicked on "answers", my character walks by himself, and I have no idea what I do just did or am about to do. Just three different classes? And the most classical ones, too. Warrior? Mage? Assassin? Seriously? "A rich variety of splendid combat modes", yeah, I've heard that before, but never got it delivered. This time neither, by the way. Overall, this game is no different than all the other pay to win games.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars January 24, 2013

I do like the game after it gets going, however it clearly is mostly a pay to win game. The game looks nice and there is not much to do for quite a while but it is addictive. I cannot find myself to continue as pay 2 win is the worst type of game format for me because there is no fun or challenge.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars January 23, 2013

The game is fun but there is too much of a pay to win element in it. 12 separate levels of VIP to buy with incredibly awesome bonuses over those who don't fork over the major cash. At VIP level 12, one can get a bonus 600 times more than someone who didn't pay in addition to so much more. At around level 30, it quickly becomes apparent how far behind you are falling as costs really start to ramp up for things.