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MapleStory 2 is nothing like the first game, and that's good

Date 14/06/18 06:49 Views 33 Сomments 0

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MS 2 chooses the characters and world people loved in the original game, throws them into a time machine and then shoves more prevalent, contemporary MMORPG gameplay to the game. For one, the new game is not a pixel side-scroller such as the first MapleStory was. Rather it requires on a blocky appearance, similar to Minecraft, but with its very own cutesy twist. On the other hand, the aesthetics are the important differences between the 2 games.

In MapleStory 2, there's no need to remain on one map and grind monsters for long periods of time like in the first game. Your personality levels easily and naturally just from performing the narrative pursuit, like in Final Fantasy XIV or any other contemporary MMO.

The sequel also promotes some more resource management than its predecessor. As opposed to spamming your strongest skill and relying on a pet to automatically refill your health and mana, you truly have to watch your "spirit" levels and use your abilities to refill them. This makes the game harder than the original MapleStory, but the skill rotations you have to do in order to keep up your spirit aren't complex, like any other MMOs. The original game's battle tends to get a little mind-numbing when taking down enemies, but dodging area-of-effect skills on a 3D map and maintaining soul forces you to pay more attention in MapleStory 2.

All these modifications make MapleStory 2 feel like an improved sequel instead of only the 3D rendition of the older game which it might have been. If you are searching to slay some pigs and run some raids, then this is possibly the game for you. But if you want to just grind all night and day, you should stick to the first MapleStory.

Though I have just played for approximately two weeks (was bored af waiting for a character to be deleted on my principal universe), I feel as though other worlds could gain from the match if cubes were purchasable with MapleStory 2 mesos. But not just any cubes.

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