Genre: Action, Fantasy, Free-to-play, MMO, Role-Playing
Rating: Not Rated
Panzar is a third-person action game in the spirit of modern competitive multiplayer games. The emphasis is on team-based play. Since it features character growth and experience-based leveling, Panzar is frequently mistaken for an MMORPG. However, we consider Panzar to be an MMO/action game with role-playing elements.
Players will find themselves in a world of swords and sorcery – a whirlwind of intense melee combat and devious spell-casting. The four races at war are the Dwarves, Orcs, Elves, and Humans. The gorgeous landscapes on which their battles are fought will immerse you in a world of fantasy and wonder.
Panzar does not currently offer a single-player mode. Instead, all battles are fought exclusively between real players. However, a game mode that will pit players against hordes of monsters is currently in the development stage.
Panzar is a unique hybrid action game with role-playing elements. The crux of the gameplay is team battles in various arenas, for which players are awarded experience and money. During the breaks between battles, players can improve their characters by learning new skills or buying and upgrading their gear.
Panzar’s combat system is based on effective coordination among the various players on a given team. Since there are eight classes in the game, it is vital that each player fulfills his or her role effectively on the battlefield. For example, if you’re playing an Orc Berserker, your primary goal is to fight on the front lines. If you prefer to play as a class that specializes in ranged combat, then the Sister of Fire is for you. Players who like to support their allies should play as the Paladin class; although they won’t do a lot of damage, they can greatly extend an Orc’s lifespan. Players who prefer tactical gameplay to fast-paced action might consider playing a Dwarven Gunner, whose devastating weaponry can help his allies seize the tactical advantage in battle. In short, the way you play the game will depend to a large extent on which character class you choose, which means that every player can find a class that fits his or her unique playstyle.
There are four races in the game: orcs, dwarves, elves, and humans. Each race has two classes; in other words, there are eight classes in the game. The humans have the Paladin and the Inquisitor, the elves have the Sorceress and the Witch, the orcs have the Berserker and the Tank, and the dwarves have the Sapper and the Gunner.
|Panzar Full Client||4.39GB||2013-09-24|