Last Friday we prepped our fight sticks with the release of Dungeon Fighter LIVE: Fall of Hendon Myre and today we want to give you even more info on the game to show you just how much we’re fighting to save Hendon Myre and Elvenguard! Click Read More to find how to use your skills as you make your way through various dungeons!
What’s happening to Elvenguard and Hendon Myre?
A Mysterious Epidemic hits ‘Elvenguard’ and ‘Hendon Myre’. All over Hendon Myre, rumor spreads that the risk of the epidemic is low for healthy people, but fatal to the young and old. In addition, the rumors say the infection is spread by monsters. Priest ‘Grandis’ has been dispatched to investigate whether Imposters are involved in the chaos spreading with the contagious disease. Adventurers, including the player character, take part in the investigation of the epidemic, travelling around ‘Elvenguard’ and ‘Hendon Myre’. During their travel, they unravel the conspiracy behind the epidemic, and set off for the adventure to bring peace and stability back to Hendon Myre.
Players can use general attack skills by pushing the X button. The player character attacks immediately, giving a tight, enjoyable feel to the controls. Attacks can be combined into combos just by using general attack skills, but special moves known as killer skills can be thrown in to the mix for greater effect.
Dungeon Fighter LIVE allows players to use special moves, called killer skills, similar to how they would launch special moves in fighting games. Diverse skills can be executed by combining the direction pad with one of two skill buttons (B, Y) on the Xbox controller. For beginners, skills can also be assigned to hot keys and executed without any complex commands. Meanwhile, beginners are incentivized to learn the command input instead of the hot key shortcut through the additional bonus that are given when a skill is executed via command.
Various Weapons and Skills
The Slayer, Gunner and Fighter each possess 4 types of weapons that have different casting speeds, attack speeds and attack strengths. Players can choose whichever weapon they prefer. As users fight through dungeons, they will earn Skill Points. Users need to choose between learning new skills and upgrading existing skills, as their skill point reserves are limited. Since the abilities and characteristics of characters vary depending on how the users spend their Skill Points, they can feel like they are playing many more than 3 character classes.