The vast Bright Shadow game world – complete with its own ever-changing weather system – places a high emphasis on combat with a horde of unique, deadly monsters and social functions, featuring vigorous guilds and 20 unique classes, a number almost unheard of in traditional MMORPGs; making it ideal for both hardcore and casual audiences alike. Also included in Bright Shadow are an innovative Monster Card system used for a variety of abilities (including monster summons), a “Soul Power” collection system to boost skills, tailored item crafting and original pet systems all geared toward providing a truly customizable undertaking where no two players will be alike.

Total Rating: 7.67
Reviews: 3

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Post Date: 22:54 13-12-2012
Rating: 7
Author: Mordekaiser
Comment: Great game it has anime type graphics so if you enjoy anime graphic games like Eden eternal or elsword then check it out the graphics are also good and there are tons of classes more classes then any game ive played really top notch game worth checking for sure

Post Date: 08:34 27-04-2010
Rating: 7
Author: thundemp2007
Comment: Its like an anime it has a nice 3D animation.This game has they called Umbra it like a gadget recorder.Every Umbra in the game has a chance of dropping a special card upon death.Cards can be used and combined to increase players statistics.This game has a cheerful environment that makes you happy.

Post Date: 00:15 02-03-2010
Rating: 9
Author: joker
Comment: Brightshadow has a stupid name, but the game is awesome! I have been playing in beta ever since it came out.

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  1. Bright Shadow is very cool game with anime graphic and anime characters,I suggest it everybody to try

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  2. Pretty decent MMO; character models are alright although I think the faces could be improved more since they feel a bit awkward, maybe the eyes. But customization-wise, this game does give you a decent amount of customization (customizing hair, facial expression, colors, etc.). Not a fan of the “PIN number” interface when creating your character, and it kind of feels weird creating a character without really choosing a class at the very start since that’s usually typical for MMORPGs. Gameplay seems alright; overworld is nicely designed, but beating monsters with a stick at the beginning feels a bit weird. Kind of unfortunate that you have to reach level 10 just to choose 1 of 4 classes, so this MMO doesn’t really have a good start, but maybe the progression isn’t too bad after level 10. Overall, I’d rate this game a 3.4/5.

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