Alternate Title: Code Closers Online
Developer: Naddic Games
Publisher: En Masse Entertainment
Type: Action MMORPG
PvE: Dungeons, Instances
Code Closers Review - Is It Worth Playing?
Are you bored of traditional MMOs? Then why not try Code Closers out? It’s a faster-paced version of Closers that removes part of the grind and allows players to play without the pay to win crap in the main game.
You take on the role of a spunky teen trying to save the world from shit. You know how these kinds of games go.
The game utilizes a very fast-paced action combat system and still possesses some of the best Anime-inspired graphics in the genre.
Add on to that Code Closers is significantly ahead of the official version, having access to a much larger selection of characters and content, and.. well, I honsetly don’t see why we’d play on the dead official servers.
There are 10 characters to choose from when beginning your journey. Seha, Seulbi, Yuri, J, Misteltein, Nata, Levia, Harpy, Tina, Violet, Wolf, and finally, the most recent addition to the game.. Luna.
Who looks super adorable, just like I am. So, naturally I’ll take her out for a spin.
So as you can tell.. Luna, who I opted to try out because she’s the newest character actually utilizes both her shield, and.. I guess, her hands and feet to fight as well. So she’s kinda like a.. hot version of Captain America.
The combat is a lot of fun though – probably some of the best I’ve seen in a game of this type – but then again, the graphics play a large part in that as well.
The beautiful character models, the beautiful character models.. and the beautiful character models all contribute to what makes this game so good.
So overall, I spent around 5-6 hours following through the story, massacring.. well, actually, I have no idea what the fuck those things are but I was kicking their asses.
The game is broken down into “zones” that each house various “maps” for the player to play through. Each “zone” has a different landscape and monsters associated with it, with each “map” ultimately resulting in a boss fight.
You progress through each map until you finish the zone you’re in, move on to the next zone, and so on and so forth.
That doesn’t mean that that’s all you do, though.
There’s an extensive gear system in place that has you on the lookout for an ever-increasing plethora of gear to equip and upgrade.
And if that wasn’t enough, the game offers players both a separate PvE and PvE skill list, allowing players to shape their character differently for both PvE and PvP.
And yes, there is PvP in the game.. although, and I’m sad to say this.. I never had the opportunity to explore what it had to offer. But! PvP will definitely be in the next video.. if you guys want a “day 2”.. y’know.. hint hint, wink wink.
So, after reaching a certain point.. I forgot what point that was, admittedly, I had some strange old man come up to me and offer me a place to live.
He said I could decorate it however I wanted, so long as I invited all my female associates to live there as well. So, naturally – I took up the innocent old man’s offer to move in.
My friends seemed to enjoy it – especially Harpy, as she jumped straight into the bathtub.. fully clothed. Yeah, she’s weird, don’t judge her.
So after progressing through further, I was presented with a new kind of mission.. Mop-Up Operation. I had no idea what that was, but being my ever curious self, I jumped at the challenge and went straight in! And for the first time, I was taking heavy damage. Sure, you get hurt during the game and you take a fair amount of damage here and there, but holy shit I was half health already.
Then this asshole comes along and just.. locks me in place while he wrecks me right up. I couldn’t even move! He literally stunlocked me repeatedly until I died.
Yes, I died. I legit died. For the very first time, I died. Thankfully though I cheated, using Resurrection Capsules to come back to life and royally screw him over – show him who the real fucking Rank A Agent was.
After I finally bested him, I learned that those are traditionally tackled in groups.. so I essentially solo’d a group mission all by my lonesome.. because I’m that good at this game.
So to end my first day in Code Closers, I would like to point out a few key differences between this version and the version published by En Masse.
Code Closers has a higher level cap, more areas, more dungeons, more characters, revamped skills and characters, new costumes, new pets, new systems, character rebalancing, and.. just so, so much more.
Code Closers, from what I can tell, is the closest thing you’ll get to the Korean iteration of Closers, and it definitely has the most content out of the official Korean version of the game.
If you enjoy Closers, if you enjoy Anime MMOs.. hell, if you’re just looking for something different, then come on over and try Code Closers out. I assure you you won’t be disappointed.. okay maybe not assure you, but I’m pretty sure.
Unless you hate these kinds of MMOs, in which case.. maybe you won’t. But at least you can complain about it in the comments section, then!
Operating System: Windows XP / Vista / 7
CPU: Intel Dual Core 2.0 GHz / AMD Equivalent
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce 7600 GT / ATI Equivalent
RAM: 2 GB
Hard Disk Space: 5 GB
Operating System: Windows 7 / 8
CPU: Intel Core i3 / AMD Equivalent or better
Video Card: GeForce 8000 GT / ATI Equivalent or better
RAM: 4 GB or more
Hard Disk Space: 10 GB