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Dragon Nest
Game Description:Dragon Nest is an online action MMORPG. Assuming the role of the heroes of Lagendia, players seek an antidote to save the poisoned Goddess Altea. Facing countless dangers, including a landscape overrun by throngs of deadly dragons, the heroes must call upon their strength, speed and cunning - and even discover ways to morph into dragons themselves - to defeat the mightiest of the dragons, protect the sacred territories and save Altea.
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    Dragon Nest Pax East 2011 Hands-On Preview

    The free to play action MMORPG that has taken China and Korea by storm is finally coming to the US from Nexon. Check out our preview to see how the game is shaping up for North American shores.

    Posted: Mar 14, 2011


  • Dragon Nest "Editors Choice" Trailer

    Posted: December 1, 2011

    774 Views | 01:15

  • Dragon Nest "Skills" Trailer

    Posted: September 26, 2011

    480 Views | 02:36

  • Dragon Nest "Saints Haven" Trailer

    Posted: September 26, 2011

    877 Views | 02:24

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, September 22nd

    Posted: September 22, 2011

    20,462 Views | 07:43

  • Dragon Nest Commercial Launch Trailer

    Posted: August 15, 2011

    13,335 Views | 01:58

 


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