Dublin, Ireland – May 14th, 2010 – Dragonica, the free manga-style online action game from the gPotato.eu games portal, continues to elaborate on the wealth of new content introduced by the biggest content update to the game yet, scheduled for June 2010.
Dragonica – Paris Strikes Back features new game modes for all players but also expanded content in existing dungeons and Mission Maps, a revised and improved leveling system and eight brand new classes.
Paris Strikes Back will see the introduction of revised ways to conquer the powerful Van Cliff and Drakos Dungeons, every floor of both dungeons will contain more challenging Elite Monsters. Each dungeon will have three levels of difficulty: Normal, Rare and Hero, allowing the user to fight their battle at a level which is best for them, depending on the enchantments of their equipment. To enable users to prepare themselves before fighting against a Boss Monster, each Boss Monster is now indicated in the revised dungeon map system meaning that so that users will never be lost for a fight again!
The Paris Strikes Back update will also see the introduction of eight brand new jobs, which have been named by the Dragonica community themselves: our new classes of Dragoon, Berserker, Sentinel, Bombardier, Joker, Shadow Walker, Cleric and Chaosmage will be available as soon as players reach level 60 and take the correct quests allowing users to experience 10 levels of brand new skills with the new classes. The new classes will feature some amazing new skills to strike fear into the hearts of players’ enemies.
Finally, the leveling system in Dragonica will also receive an important overhaul with the Paris Strikes Back update. Overall, leveling will be made easier and faster by adjusting and streamlining the quests in starting and mid-level areas. Through the introduction of recommended channels which grant more EXP for every monster kill, and by providing additional experience gain for second, third and fourth characters, users will be able to level more effectively and hunt in parties which are more suited to their levels. Also, the introduction of a new resting bonus EXP system and increase in experience gained by monster kills will improve the gaming experience for all players.
Join the colourful fantasy world of Dragonica and discover the action packed adventure that awaits players in this vibrant free MMORPG. Dragonica is published by Gala Networks Europe in English, French and German at the gPotato.eu gaming portal.
Enjoy its original and dynamic gameplay on your choice of keyboard or gamepad! Dragonica’s 3D manga-style world and action rich arcade-style gameplay are guaranteed to make this a unique gaming experience. Enjoy over 1,500 quests and colourful skills while hunting monsters in dark dungeons and battling against other players in the 10 player PvP and 50 player Emporia arenas. To play this free online game, simply register with the gPotato.eu Portal and download the game directly from the official European website at http://dragonica.gpotato.eu.
About Gala Networks Europe Ltd. & gPotato.eu
Gala Networks Europe Ltd. is a leading European free-to-play online games publisher. It operates the gPotato brand in Europe by hosting, publishing and distributing free online games through the www.gPotato.eu portal. Established in Dublin, Ireland in 2006, it operates a portfolio of MMORPGs including Flyff, Rappelz, Street Gears, Dragonica, Allods Online, Castle of Heroes and Canaan Online. The gPotato.eu portal is now a major destination for online gamers with over four million users. An eighth game, currently going under the working title "Project 9" will be released during 2010. Further information on the company can be found at http://www.gala-net.eu.
About Barunson Interactive
Barunson Interactive Co. Ltd., is a game developer and publisher founded 2003 in South Korea. Subsidiary of the entertainment group Barunson Inc., Barunson Interactive has developed a significant expertise in game creation and operation through the fantasy MMORPG Dragon Raja and the casual action game S.O.S, both operated in many countries.
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