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DRANSIK Launches

Asylumsoft, Inc. announces the commercial launch of its massively multiplayer online role-playing game, DRANSIK is the press release with word that DRANSIK is complete, and this MMOG can now be downloaded from the official website for free, with the first 10 days of play likewise gratis. Here's a bit form the announcement on the game: "The commercial release version of the game, DRANSIK 1.0, is based on traditional game play features with a fresh pace of game play. The game offers more quests and monsters, magic systems, and vast lands to explore. Features to be added into the game will include a construction system, paper-dolling, and a revolutionary player-controlled government system. The game will be offered as a monthly online subscription service, and discount programs are available for longer-term subscription commitments."

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18. Re: Don't knock it 'til you've tried it. Mar 18, 2003, 21:27 Lactose The Intolerant
 
I played the game in beta for a few days, I could see how it might have a niche audience, wasn't for me though. The interface can be frustrating at times, and development of any other skills beside combat is really, really, really, really DULL!! I though I would work on crafting skill, so I needed some ore (which my class specialized in). You literally park yourself against a rock and click for hours, whats even worse was since the interface was so bad that if you didn't click this exact point on the mountain nothing would happen, this is usually the part where you start pulling hair.

Then maybe once get some ore to craft you haul it to the furnace and attempt to forge something, which will most likely fail, and you get to do it all over again WOOOHOOOO!!!! Yeah, I don't want any of that innovation stuff, give me a game where you do lots of clicking.

If that sounds like you, then you'll have fun with this game.

There might be a good game in there, but I'm not willing to spend the hair pulling hours of lvling to find out.

 
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