Take up the role of a Dragon Knight and assemble your team of heroes
Defend the realm from the demonic invasion as you try to find out the cause
Clear dungeons of their hostile residents or test your strength against a fellow Dragon Knight
With the advent of darkness that has weakened the goddesses who protect the land, Dragon Knights are once again needed to pick up their arms to defend the world. The demonic presence in the Abyss is growing ever so threatening and it is the duty of these templar knights to stop them from unleashing chaos upon the once-peaceful realm.
Assemble a team of heroes to aid you as you slay as many demons as you can while trying to find out the cause of all the demons’ uprising. Will you be the savior the world needs? Play this brand-new, browser-based MMORPG, Dragon Glory, now and find out!
True to its storyline, Dragon Glory only offers you 1 class to play as – the Dragon Knight – but you are able to choose between a male or a female character. After putting in your character’s name, you’ll be immediately plunge into the game’s somewhat cliché and yet rather intriguing storyline.
Like most browser-based MMORPGs, the game features auto-pathfinding for its questing system which admittedly makes leveling up way easier. This is actually an advantage since most of the more interesting content in the game are level-locked.
Although your hero will start his/her adventures alone, you’ll soon be joined by your fellow hero companions. New heroes can be recruited usually after defeating them in the game’s story-based campaign at the cost of some game cash. They must then be deployed in your team’s formation where the positions of your characters are important.
Heroes can also be improved by a variety of means, including leveling them up using exp potions and equipping them with weapons and armor. You can even evolve your heroes once they have reached their “level soft cap”, bumping up your hero quality by a notch in addition to unlocking more levels. Your main character, on the other hand, will have additional aspects that you can upgrade, such as your skills.
The combat system in Dragon Glory is somewhat unique as well. Dragon Glory attempts to improve on the usual combat system used in browser MMOs by allowing storing rage across different instances of combat at least until you’ve completed a boss fight. So, in some way, there’s a strategic element to the gameplay where you have to decide whether to save up your rage for the boss or to unleash it earlier onto the boss’ minions. There’s also an auto-combat option - after you’ve reached level 25, that is – if you fancy a bit of idle gaming, as well as a battle acceleration function that will speed up the battle animations.
Dragon Glory is a rather PvE heavy game, like most browser MMORPGs, and thus, you’ll be put through a ton of dungeons before you managed to lay eyes on your first PvP arena match. Most PvE dungeons offer several levels of difficulty which will reward you with increasingly lucrative prizes if you are successful. That said, the game also has a wide range of features which you will gradually get to explore and experience as you advance through the game.
Dragon Glory is an MMORPG that places a lot of focus on guilds when it comes to providing its players with a sense of belonging/community. Being part of a guild, you’ll get access to special guild-only features, like Guild War and guild shop, too!
The quality graphics in Dragon Glory is amazing for a browser game, but the rendering is a bit too slow and the art direction a bit too generic. On the bright side, the game provides a ton of brilliant effects. The inspirational music played in the background is also pretty enjoyable despite being looped.
Dragon Glory is your fairly standard, browser-based MMORPG, that does try its best to stand out, especially through the slight changes it’s done to the run-of-the-mill combat system and the engaging storyline, but seems to fall a tad bit short in the other aspects. Regardless, the game is still a solid and decent piece of work, and if you enjoy browser MMOs, you may end up spending more time than you’d expected in this addictively fun game.