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  • Summary: ZENONIA® 3: The Midgard Story, Dynamic Action RPG.The ZENONIA series gets revamped and up-scaled for an epic third generation, providing even greater enjoyment than the previous two ZENONIA's combined!---------------------NEW FEATURES VAST AND FASCINATING REALM OF MIDGARD227 unique maps of Migard and 136 quests of action-packed adventure.FOUR DISTINCTIVE CLASSESMelee and range type classes to choose from; Sword Knight, Shadow Hunter, Mechanic Launcher and Nature Shaman.ADDITIONAL NETWORK MODECombat through the new Execution Room Mode dungeons in single or asynchronous co-op play.COLLECT ACHIEVEMENTS & TITLESAcquire and show off 48 Game Center achievements plus 47 in-game titles with special effects.OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEWNo more weight or hunger system. New slot-based inventory management and easier item combining.---------------------IMPROVED FEATURESDYNAMIC CHARACTER CUSTOMIZATION 184 weapons, 120 helmets, 120 armors, 100 gauntlets and 100 footwear for maximum character customization.THREE DIFFERENT MODES WITH PVP ARENA Normal, Hard and Hell Mode plus an asynchronous online PvP arena to challenge friends.GREATER RPG EXPERIENCEOver 200 intelligent monsters, intuitive Fairy synchronization and more mini-puzzles to master.INTRIGUING EPIC STORYLINEAn immersive new tale from the world of ZENONIA. What has happened to Regret? Who is Chael? What lies in Midgard?...--------------------- OTHER GAMEVIL GAMES Air PenguinBaseball Superstars® 2010 HD Baseball Superstars® 2011 Boom It Up! Chalk n' TalkHYBRID: Eternal Whisper HYBRID 2: Saga of Nostalgia ILLUSIA KAMI RETRO NOM: Billion Year Timequest Soccer Superstars® 2011VANQUISH: The Oath of Brothers ZENONIA® --------------------- NEWS & EVENTS Website http://www.gamevil.com Facebook http://facebook.com/gamevil Twitter http://twitter.com/gamevil YouTube http://youtube.com/gamevil Expand
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. Jun 1, 2011
    A quintessential Korean action RPG. It has a lot of grinding, mixed with a decent storyline, and great sprite-based graphics.
  2. Apr 29, 2011
    Just as strong as its predecessors and a great starting point for anyone interested in the KRPG phenomenon, though after two years it'd be great to see more gameplay evolution instead of more fetch quests.
  3. May 26, 2011
    Zenonia 3: The Midgard Story is a must buy if you like the genre, mainly because of the incredible amount of quests, maps and objects featured. The interface works well and the graphics are very nice. The only flaws of this game are the repetitive nature of the quests and the verbose dialogues.
  4. Apr 28, 2011
    Fast and frenetic role-playing that fixes some of its predecessor's largest flaws, despite the continued reliance on rote fetch quests and cheesy writing.
  5. May 2, 2011
    Compared to its prequels, Zenonia 3 doesn't exactly feel like a step forward. Instead, it feels like the same gameplay dressed in a new story. That's not a bad thing, but it means that things don't feel nearly as innovative and fun as they once did.
  6. Apr 29, 2011
    A curious contradiction. With overly fast gameplay laced with story sections that feel too slow by comparison, and simple controls fused with menus that are often incomprehensible, this is a game that sometimes suffers from its dedication to the extremes.
  7. May 2, 2011
    It is ABSURD that a game costing $4.99 should be so bogged down by in-app purchase, and all but require you to spend yet more of your money on expendible items.

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  1. Mar 14, 2012
    I was hoping that maybe Zenonia 3 would be a third-times-the-charm experience, which, in the most part, it is. It still maintains the fourth-wall humor and flashy graphics, but it's plagued by an action which haunts many RPGs today: level-grinding. Expand