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Submitted by AvaultMichele 1141d ago | review

Avault: Dragon Nest PC review

MMORPGs have become a major segment of the modern gaming landscape, but many of the most successful of them feature content that really isn’t meant for the younger gamer. Publisher Nexon brings PG-13 material to the genre with Dragon Nest, a fantasy/action MMO that tries to tone down the graphic violence while still making the game enticing to adult gamers. (Dragon Nest, PC) 3/5

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