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Continent of the Ninth Seal Review

By BwwDtt | 11 August 2020
Average: 6 (5 votes)

Continent of the Ninth Seal is an action MMORPG developed by Cloud 9 Studio and published by Webzen.

  • Various Skill Combinations
  • Player-versus-player System
  • Diverse Content
  • Multiple Social Features

Continent of the Ninth Seal Gameplay

In Continent of the Ninth Seal, playable characters are heroes of Glenheim who have to protect the world against Nefer, which is an evil being who tries to open a portal to the Netherworld and allow its legions to swarm the lands. The game contains a deep storyline, a large number of dungeons, a wide variety of classes and the unique combat system. Logging in for the first time takes the players to the character creation menu, where they can customize various facial features, hairstyle, eye colour, and you can adjust size and positioning of tattoos, legs, waist, arms and head. You can customize each part of the body individually using built-in sculpt system.

The gameplay of Continent of the Ninth Seal starts with the tutorial where the players learn basics of movement and combat. Most of the quests have cutscenes, and the players can learn more about the story and various in-game characters. As players level, they earn additional skill points, and you can spend them on increasing skill levels by visiting the class trainer. Higher levels provide you with more points; however, more potent abilities require more points as well. After reaching specific levels, you get access to even more unique skills, and there are multiple subclasses you unlock during your experience. For example, after reaching level ten, a Mystic becomes an Elite Mystic. After reaching level twenty, you can choose between Valkyrie, Erta or Battle Maiden, which also have unique development paths further in the game.

This MMORPG allows the players to acquire pieces of equipment in multiple ways; however, most items can be obtained by crafting them. You can use specific components to create armour and weaponry, and you need to pay a fee to a computer-controlled character. Continent of the Ninth Seal also has an enchantment system, and you can use enhance stones to apply additional bonuses on pieces of gear to increase the overall power of your character. The players can obtain legends, which they can do by completing specific in-game objectives. They provide them with additional stats and a title above the name of the characters. You can also purchase Auspices from the in-game cash shop or find them in various coffers in the world, and they also provide you with additional attributes and an icon next to the name of the character. Each hero can only have one legend and auspice equipped at a time.

The game features several options for player-versus-player activities, such as one-on-one ranked battles and various teamplay-based game modes. Continent of the Ninth Seal automatically finds opponents with similar level and gear, and you can climb the ladder to be featured in the global leaderboard with the other top-ranked gamers. The Intrusion system allows the players to enter dungeons while others try to complete them, and they can steal valuable items and even kill the players to prevent them from completing the run. However, you can turn off this feature to prevent others from invading your dungeon run.

Continent of the Ninth Seal is a project that fits both casual and hardcore players. The built-in tutorial allows the newbies to learn all the basics and enjoy the experience with others, and the game includes both PvE and PvP challenges for all kinds of players. The developers continuously support the project, and various social features allow the players to complete objectives together and keep the community active and growing.

Continent of the Ninth Seal System Requirements

Minimum Requirements

  • Memory: 512MB RAM
  • Graphics Card: ATI Radeon 9800, Geforce 6600 Series
  • CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2400+, Intel Single Core 2.4GHz
  • File Size: 4 GB HD space
  • OS: Windows XP

Recommended Requirements

  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD1900, Geforce 8000 Series
  • CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+, Intel Duel Core 3.0GHz
  • File Size: 4 GB HD space
  • OS: Windows XP