X-Legend’s new anime MMO, Twin Saga, entered Open Beta today. The game, published by Aeria Games, spent the last three weeks in closed testing, during which players from three territories spent a total of 250,000 hours in game. Interestingly, during that time only 22 players actually hit level cap.

Today, the developers celebrate the launch of Open Beta by opening the Dragonknight class up for players to try and offering a new level cap of 65. They’re also introducing new dungeons for players to check out.

Players who may have been interested in the game but have put off buying the Founder’s Packs because they’re just not sure about it yet need not worry about whether or not they can still pick one up. Currently the packs are still available for purchase and still offer a variety of items that those looking to play the game for some time may find useful.

Players can join the open beta by signing up on the Twin Saga site.

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  1. Mannke on September 3, 2016

    I roughly played it for 2hrs in CBT. If you know AuraKingdom, you’ll definetly see alot of reused animations and menus. Nothing to say of the graphics, which (in my opinion) are even inferior to AuraKingdom.
    So while this game DOES indeed play like someone ripped like 70% of AuraKingdom and “animemazed” it even more, it has a few little features that are nice. For example the skills. They feel alot better and smoother than in AuraKingdom. Less clunky, more fluid.
    Another outstanding point would be the intersting concept of a worldmap and those random “DailyQuests” that may have a different outcome depending on your actions. However I can already predict that those will get boring in the future. You’ll learn the most ideal outcome or route and due to this, its more or less just the same as “DailyQuests”. Still an interesting approach.

    Lets get to fighting: Its plain, within borderline to boring. I never encountered any real challenges during my short gameplay. Be it field bosses, or story related bosses. They usually fell within a minute under my usual combo. I never had to dodge or anything.
    (Yeah, I know this might change in the later phases of the game. But right now, I can only report my experience so far.)

    Last but not least. The story. Generic asian shounen story. You are the long forgotten/chosen one and must save the world with your trustworthy companions. It’s a rather usual setting, but poorly executed, thus boring.
    My personal little highlight were those sidequests tho. They were fun once in a while, although the characters appeared very shallow.

    Overall it’s your generic Asian MMORPG. It’s not revolutionary, it does its job and if you’ve loved AuraKingdom you can probably bring yourself to love this game aswell.

    • ASD on September 3, 2016

      Indeed it does look like an aura kingdom rip off. But for the people who never played aura kingdom before like me it might be worth checking out.

      • Ursa on September 5, 2016

        I wouldn’t bother. It’s pay to win. The premium gear in the shop provide permanent % boosts to ALL stats for each piece you equip. It’s also another one of those games where player outfits are decided by a single piece of “costume” gear that you will receive fairly sparsely throughout the game and end up just always looking identical to your peers until you either pay to look unique and literally be stronger than other players or you wait until endgame to get some outfits that don’t give you the same boost.

  2. dave minster on September 2, 2016

    I tried this game…. and now I feel like I should sue them for the 20 mins wasted installing and playing about 1 min..

    • Derpina on September 2, 2016

      Yeah, worst part, there is a private server with x10 more official content than the US/EU launch LOL

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  4. ASD on September 1, 2016

    Not sure if it’s me or the video that was uploaded since I updated my chrome browser to chrome 53 but the video is messed up with green all over. But I’m kinda interested in this game. But if aeria games is the type of company I heard they were then I feel bad this game got stuck with them.

    • ASD on September 1, 2016

      Also I see purple and gray with the green it’s really weird. It’s happened with few other videos but not all of the youtube videos.

    • ASD on September 1, 2016

      Sorry for posting stuff unrelated to the game was just curious if anyone else saw this really weird video issue from mmobomb.

    • ASD on September 2, 2016

      Ignore my other 2 posts I figured out the problem.

  5. Sean Murry on September 1, 2016

    When this game copy pastes, it really copy pastes.

  6. trionisshit on September 1, 2016

    Again these freak faces , half naked kids with huge boobs and baloon like mobs, another generic copy paste asian shit! Maybe its ok for asia but not for west, these copy paste games come anfd go all the time without success!

    • Preciel on September 1, 2016

      i dont even understand why some people were hyping over this generic copy paste taiwan mmo