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Post  soulreaper93 on Sun Jun 06, 2010 8:10 pm


Maplestory is a fun, 2D side-scrolling fantasy MMORPG with cartoony graphics. The game is certainly one of the most popular free-to-play MMORPGs, as it has a massive community and a lot of features. The game has a large world to explore, varied classes, unique platforming party quests, and so much more. Maplestory practically started the entire free-to-play genre, as it was really the first successful free MMORPG.

Publisher: Nexon
Playerbase: Very High
Graphics: Medium Quality
EXP Rate: Medium
PvP: None
Filesize: ~ 1026 MB

+Gigantic community (Over 70 Million Accounts!).
+Plenty of job advancements.
+Unique platforming quests.
+Great tutorial.
+Regular content updates.

-Easy to screw up stats/skill point allocation.
-Repetitive gameplay.
-Overcrowded ‘grind spots’.

Maplestory Overview

With over 70 million accounts created, Maplestory is probably the most played free-to-play MMORPG of all time. Maplestory is a 2D side-scrolling, fantasy MMORPG with a massive amount of features and things to do. Although the game is now a little bit over three years old, it still remains fresh, as the game has undergone countless content updates and patches. If you can look past MapleStory’s childish, cartoony graphics, there is simply lot this game has to offer. Each player starts out as a classless novice, but can advance to their first jobs at level ten (level eight for magicians). The game’s first job advancements are:

Warrior- Warriors are the strongest melee class in the game, with an incredible amount of hit points. They are perhaps the weakest characters in the game for the first 30-40 levels, but become incredibly powerful later on.

Magician- Magicians are the strongest characters in the early parts of the game. They are capable of dealing massive damage with their offensive spells, but they have the least hit points out of all the classes.

Bowman- The Bowman in Maplestory are the generic ‘archer’ character, with the ability to deal a large amount of damage from a distance, but are vulnerable in close quarters combat.

Thief- A Thief in Maplestory is the standard ‘rogue’ archetype, with the ability to use either daggers or throwing weapons. Thieves can deal massive amounts of damage at higher levels, but tend to have low hit points.

Pirate- Pirates were recently introduced to MapleStory within the last few content updates. They are very fast attackers, like rogues, with the ability to use both guns and fist weapons.

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Post  Admin on Mon Jun 07, 2010 5:13 am


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