Rise of the Dragonian Era: Jump on a dragon on March 9 - destructoid

Rise of the Dragonian Era: Jump on a dragon on March 9

9:00 PM on 02.28.2012

Fraser Brown

Former Contributor


Rise of the Dragonian Era -- the free-to-play MMO featuring aerial combat and dragon breeding -- is set to launch on March 9. With competitive weekly wars, castle sieges, dragon battles and mounted combat RODE looks like it will have plenty of content to keep people occupied, and for the low price of free that's not too shabby. RODE's pre-launch competition is still going, as well. Collect Dragon Coins for a chance to win tons of tempting loot from a Vita, to PC accessories and even a cash prize.

Some folks might be a bit spent on classic fantasy worlds, but for the chance to fight people on a dragon I'm happy to tread on old ground. Catch me showing off my dragon rider moves next month.


PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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7:30 PM on 02.08.2012
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