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  • Summary: Continent of the Ninth Seal is an MMORPG from Webzen.
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  1. Aug 29, 2012
    61
    Continent of the Ninth isn't a horrible game, whatever the score here may indicate. The action is fun and intense early on. It just gets a little repetitive rather quickly. Once you slog through the first 20-25 levels and reach your advanced class selection and get more into the PvP side of things, the game opens up quite a bit. Unfortunately to get to that point you'll spend a lot of time running the same dungeons over and over.
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  1. Mar 18, 2013
    8
    Although this game is quite repetitive its quite good graphically not as good as TERA but in some ways is better than TERA. Playing this gameAlthough this game is quite repetitive its quite good graphically not as good as TERA but in some ways is better than TERA. Playing this game in the early stages are a tad annoying and repetitive but later on the game really gets interesting the skills in this game are outstanding the skill sets are better than any other action game i have played. This game is worth trying out if you like games like Raiderz ,Tera and Scarlet Blade then give it a try you will be surprised i definitely was. Expand
  2. Dec 13, 2012
    1
    Played with a friend for a few hours. Feels really cheap and derivative. Bad map design, boring sound and tedious gameplay... nothing positivePlayed with a friend for a few hours. Feels really cheap and derivative. Bad map design, boring sound and tedious gameplay... nothing positive I can think of about it. TERA is better in every way but they are both tunnel-vision themeparks so pick your poison. Expand