Dungeon Fighter Online PC

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  • Summary: Dungeon Fighter Online is a side-scrolling action fighting game featuring role-playing elements, five unique character classes, and player versus player.

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  1. DFO's gameplay will eat away at your hours and keep you coming back for more.
  2. Mar 9, 2011
    80
    Despite the dated formula of this title, Dungeon Fighter Online stands out thanks to its excellent two-dimensional graphics and its rich and distinguishing gameplay.
  3. 79
    I am absolutely shocked that such a potentially award-winning game falls short in so many ways. The core is there. The gameplay is there. If Nexon cared a bit more about the quality of the experience, this game would have lasting power.
  4. Though not as slick or elegant as the classics it emulates, Dungeon Fighter Online is absolutely worth downloading, even if you only drop in for half an hour a day. The game’s cash shop items are certainly useful, but you’ll never have to spend a penny on DFO. Call a friend, smash some goblins, unlock new 2D fighting skills.
  5. May 29, 2012
    75
    Overall, Nexon has developed, in my opinion, a very successful game in Dungeon Fighter Online. While it's not a traditional take on the MMORPG, and more of an MMO-ARPG, allowing players a massive array of choices all throughout the game, from class, to specialization, even having a specific type of gear to change appearance, only adds to the unique feel of each character within the world.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 19
  2. Negative: 2 out of 19
  1. Dec 17, 2010
    10
    Dungeon Fighter Online surpassed my expectations by far. I started playing back in beta and there were many issues, so I had to quit for aDungeon Fighter Online surpassed my expectations by far. I started playing back in beta and there were many issues, so I had to quit for a while. my friends recently got me to return to check out the new character awakenings and dungeons. Many of the bugs that I saw in beta have been fixed, like the pvp and party lag. Even though this game gets pegged as a simple side scroller, arcade game, it is much more than that. Everything from the character skill tree to the pvp gameplay keeps me coming back for more. The best part about this game? It is totally free. After leveling my female gunner up to 60, and now with the awakenings added, I quit wow and I dont see myself ever going back because DFO rocks!!! Expand
  2. Apr 2, 2015
    10
    One of the best games I've played in the longest time. And it came out in OPEN BETA now!!! Yeah~ I love the graphics, gameplay and theOne of the best games I've played in the longest time. And it came out in OPEN BETA now!!! Yeah~ I love the graphics, gameplay and the mechanics. Just outstanding and beautiful. You won't find a free to play game with so much good content. I recommend to anyone who loves button mashing and enjoy some 2.5D graphics!!! Expand
  3. Jun 30, 2014
    10
    What is there to say? It's a amazing game, and I can't wait until its back from updating. Get it. FREE. Best beat em up game I've everWhat is there to say? It's a amazing game, and I can't wait until its back from updating. Get it. FREE. Best beat em up game I've ever played!!! Get it! Expand
  4. Apr 2, 2015
    9
    Great game, recently re-released for America under a new, much better, company. The game itself is very fun and plays like a mix between oldGreat game, recently re-released for America under a new, much better, company. The game itself is very fun and plays like a mix between old school hack and slash arcade games and 2D fighting games with juggling and combos. The PVP is very competitive and balanced, much more so than any MMO I've played before. The only problem with it, if you can consider it a problem, is that the leveling curve starts to plateau after lv 40 or so but I never felt like I wasn't progressing. All in all I would highly recommend at least giving it a try as it is a free game and you won't be disappointed. Expand
  5. Apr 2, 2015
    9
    Dungeon Fighter Online Global, an online, "beat-em-up" MMO is back once again, and better than ever. Under new management, this game comesDungeon Fighter Online Global, an online, "beat-em-up" MMO is back once again, and better than ever. Under new management, this game comes back with years of content, a dedicated team, and a thriving community.

    DFOG brings a very non-traditional experience to the table, but fuses it with many well known mmo aspects.

    The game features multiple classes (which in turn job advance into 2-4 different classes, with the exception of Dark Knight and Creator), with each one bringing a fresh, new experience to the table. While there is little to no visual customization for your character's appearance, the game offers a very nuanced skill system.

    Players can mix and match skills, weaving their own combos and developing their own techniques to play their selected character. Later in the game, players can customize the skills themselves with passive bonuses, or more drastic changes through gear, and the TP system.

    On the topic of skills, pvp players will not have to worry about leveling through on a "pvp build' in this game, as pvp skill-sets are completely separate from pve skill-sets.

    While the game can be grindy towards the later levels (as many mmorpgs tend to be), the leveling curve is very smooth, slowly easing you into the slower leveling process. Leveling can't be done all day, due to the current fatigue system, so your chances of getting grind burn-out are fairly minimal.

    DFOG rewards the character for leveling up, granting the entire account certain bonuses based on how high your level is, and how many high leveled characters you have. This makes leveling feel even more rewarding, especially in the later levels. These bonuses include exp buffs to all characters, being able to summon your main, or alts, into combat, account vaults, stats, and much much more!~

    For first timers, this game can get to be very difficult even in the early game (and especially in the
    later game!). Just the tutorial bosses (Levels 1-16) can kill you in a measly two to four hits. This can be either a welcoming challenge, or a huge turn-off depending on the kind of gamer you are.

    In terms of balancing, everything is pretty balanced, with the exception of "Creator".

    At the time of writing this review, this game had no cash shop of any kind, and as such, I can't make a comment on that feature.
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  6. AnonymousReader
    Jan 27, 2010
    8
    This arcade fighting game has excellent artwork, enough competition edge to keep players in the pvp room, the system and game play is simply This arcade fighting game has excellent artwork, enough competition edge to keep players in the pvp room, the system and game play is simply awesome, and to top it all off it is FREE! Who doesn't like arcade beat 'em up games especially for those of us who has been exposed to the Capcom vs Marvel or Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time? Dungeon Fighter Online took a risk by releasing the game in US; knowing they will be up against other big MMO games on the market such as World of Warcraft, but they disregard the graphic and concentrated on the artwork which created this pure arcade fighting style (this is also what I am most impressed by the game). With 5 main classes (Slayer, Fighter, Gunner, Mage, and Priest) with multiple sub-classes under them, the game just created enough characters and classes for people to choose in preference to their playing style. Furthermore, it is impressive how the game was also able to distinguished each classes to make sure they all work in different ways with their own advantages and disadvantages. Despite the fact many complaints this made the game in pvp unbalanced, the characters actually balanced each other out and you could win depending on how well you can use your character. As far as competition goes, even though some characters should be fixed and restricted like what they have already done to the Summoners, everyone has a chance to whack out your opponent depending on how well you could execute and utilize your character's skills. There are of course some "cheap classes," such as mechanics and summoners who could easily spam robots/monsters; however, this is fine because it is a good way to introduce arcade fighting game to younger audience who are in this generation where there are just not enough good old classic beat 'em up arcade games. Whereas there are other classes that are much more difficult to use, but they are unpopular to most users so it is good to have those "n00b friendly" classes out (plus, they are extremely fun to play with when you want a break from competition and when you feel the dungeon is getting repetitive). Now let Expand
  7. Oct 27, 2015
    0
    This sh1t is fcking awful i would rather fck a chicken, stuff a giant **** up my anus, and let hitler have intercourse with me than play thisThis sh1t is fcking awful i would rather fck a chicken, stuff a giant **** up my anus, and let hitler have intercourse with me than play this piece of sh1t! Expand

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