I never quite got along with all the first game

MapleStory 2 has limited launching events, including a Daily Reward Event, November 10-8. By logging into daily, players will get rewards, including Maple Coins, Cosmetic Dentistry, Elixirs, and more.

Claim your fate as an epic hero - Warriors will find colorful 3D landscapes to research, many new and familiar enemies to win, and exciting directors to combat. Building Your Dream World - MapleStory 2 Mesos redefines the RPG genre with a complete commitment to imagination, setting up players using a robust set of characters along with world-building tools which permit them to express themselves otherwise than anything they've ever seen.

Forty winners will be chosen.

In addition, from October 18 to November 8, Maplestory 2 will house several Halloween events, themed dungeons and enjoyable quests. Characters of Lv. 10 or more may also receive a"Pumpky Nest" thing in their house, finishing quests for decoration items. Players can claim benefits, including Little Pumpky Pet, Bouncy Pumpky Mount and Perched Pumpky.

Nexon's bouncy multiplayer platform RPG MapleStory has been the first MMO for a lot of folks, and its 3D sequel MapleStory 2 launched now in English. While the game has been kicking around Korea and China for a little while, it left its English debut via a paid, closed beta a week, it is now free for everybody to jump and play. Have a peek.

While I've admittedly not been after MapleStory 2 very closely, I have heard that Nexon America have tweaked the English edition of the game, cutting back to the pay-to-win parts of the original. While they of course intend for gamers to invest money, it largely goes on convenience items (like quicker fast-travel) and cosmetic items to your bobble-headed avatar. That said, it is possible to sell equipment to gamers to get cash-shop currency. A curious way to make a virtual buck or two if you snag a rare item you can not use, and Official MapleStory 2 Wiki hopefully not too unbalancing because of being co-op.

I never quite got along with all the first game -- it was just a bit too messy for me -- but it seems that people are widely pleased with the sequel so far. From the little bit I've seen streamed (I'm downloading the game to give it a poke this evening) larger co-op battles are chaotic and difficult to follow, but solo or small group play feels a lot more readable, and the level design appears frequently cute and smart.