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Lost Ark UNLOCKED Free Download Unfitgirl Lost Ark is a game with zero chill. A Korean hybrid of ARPG and MMO, it embodies the best and the worst traits of both genres. Ambitious to a fault, it offers a vast and spectacular fantasy adventure elevated by a stunning combat system and an astonishing sense of scale, but its grand plans are hindered by hackneyed storytelling and a repetitive quest structure. It’s a ridiculous, bombastic, often trite and occasionally inspired slab of game design, an especially tricky customer to condense into a review. But to briefly summarise: I kinda dig it. The broad strokes plot sees your character on a globetrotting MacGuffin hunt searching for the eponymous Arks, seven artefacts of immense power that are crucial in turning the tide of the mortal realms’ battle against invading demonic hordes. You create a character from one of five classes: Warrior, Gunner, Mage, Martial Artist and Assassin. Several of them are then divided into more refined sub-classes. Mages are split into musical Bards and elemental Sorceresses, for example, while Warriors get to pick from damage-dealing Berserkers, melee/ranged Gunlancers, and Paladins, who balance swordplay with holy magic.I spent most of Lost Ark as a Paladin, although I dabbled with various classes in the game’s in-built class-tester. Lost Ark’s combat is superb, at least at a visual and tactile level. Right from the off, its mantra is “Why fight one enemy when you can fight twenty?” and it gives you the combat skills to facilitate this. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
You start the game at level 10, with five abilities already unlocked. For the Paladin, this includes powers like and Spin Slash, a powerful one-two punch of an attack that puts a massive dent in enemy health bars, and Light of Judgement, where your Paladin thrusts his hand forward, emitting a beam of searing light that sends enemies flying back in a way that never grows tiring. Lost Ark is structured heavily around these meaty combat skills, to the point that you’ll mostly use your standard attack for mopping up stragglers when the fight’s already been won. Your powers only become more impressive as you level up, too. You unlock new combat skills every few levels up to around 40, while each level provides you with ability points used to refine your existing skills, making attacks faster, more powerful or with longer-lasting effects. With higher-level powers unlocked, I liked to open up combat with Wrath of God, a devastating AOE attack sent special delivery from the heavens. Then I’d mop up any remaining foes with the slightly awkwardly-named Flash Slash, where your Paladin moves slowly forward, cutting at the air rapidly like an armoured lawnmower. The combat is a great foundation for Lost Ark’s adventure, although those looking for a challenge may find the game’s difficulty curve rather flat. You’ll waltz through most fights along the main path, and outside of particularly challenging bosses or dungeons set on hard, you’ll rarely have to think too much about things like positioning or how you deploy your powers.
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Initially, Lost Ark is a very guided experience. The world is divided into various continents, themselves split into different zones. These zones are designed to be experienced in a specific order, leading you by the nose through a series of main and optional quests. Lost Ark’s approach to questing is like a parody of MMO design. You’ll be sent off to kill monsters that respawn so rapidly that it’s often quicker to wait for them to reappear rather than explore. The NPCs that populate zones are some of the laziest I’ve encountered, too, asking you to talk to people they’re literally stood next to on their behalf, or move objects like crates or barrels all of 10 yards. The weirdest objectives are those that have you perform an emote to an NPC. I’m not sure how I’d stop an aspiring king from doubting his own legitimacy, but I’m not sure enthusiastically pumping my fist at him would cut it. It’s rudimentary to say the least. But Lost Ark gets away with this approach for two reasons. First, the quests push you through zones with remarkable efficiency. Not only are objectives clear and straightforward, you often complete them with a different NPC from the one who assigned the quest. This helps maintain momentum and minimise backtracking, while also providing a constant stream of rewards like coin and new weapons and armour.Secondly, these quickfire quests gradually build toward larger story arcs and events. Most zones ultimately lead you to a dungeon—an instanced area that can be explored with up to three other players. Gibbon: Beyond the Trees Switch NSP
These dungeons vary wildly, ranging from ancient ruins to pirate coves to crumbling catacombs filled with heretic priests. They’re wonderful spaces to explore, and unlike the more general zones, aren’t populated by constantly respawning enemies, which makes combat a bit more satisfying. Lost Ark’s highest highs, however, come with its major story events. The bulk of the early game takes place on the continent of West Luterra, where you attempt to help the errant King Thirain regain his throne from the usurper Lord Scherritt. The story sees you help Thirain gather his forces through multiple zones, culminating in a colossal castle siege that looks more like something out of Total War than an ARPG. Dashing along the castle’s fortifications, slaughtering enemies by the dozen while siege engines pummelled the walls with rocks and chains, I was genuinely cackling with glee. Then in East Luterra, Lost Ark does this again, leading you to another battle that is not only bigger, but much, much weirder to boot. When Lost Ark goes big, it’s impossible not to get swept up by the momentous events playing out before you. And what I’ve mentioned here is only the start of what the game contains. Once you reach the end of East Luterra, the game gives you a ship, letting you set off to explore the rest of Lost Ark’s massive world. There’s a huge number of new places to explore, from quirky little islands filled with talking animals and other oddities, to whole new zones where you can continue your search for the remaining arks.
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Some of these places are truly strange. For example, your first port of call away from the mainland is an island populated by pixie-like creatures who tend ladybird farms in the undergrowth. Lost Ark can be a captivating adventure, which makes it a shame that the main story is simply not that compelling. The central cast of characters are a largely one-dimensional carousel of exhaustingly noble heroes and villains who look like they stumbled through the local S&M club on the way to battle. The only character with any real nuance is the priest Armen, who is quite literally two-dimensional—half-human, half-demon. The way the game cherishes this idea of duality like a baby faun gives you some clue as to the level the story functions at. I have one further gripe with Lost Ark, which is that the loot sucks. It’s nearly all geared toward incremental stat-upgrades, with precious little that is unique or distinctive, at least along the main story path. This is partly because the game’s upgrade systems go way beyond loot, with a whole suite of arcane mechanics dedicated toward activities like faceting gems and collecting cards, all contributing to your character stats. More MMO-oriented players may get a buzz out of crafting their own upgrades, but to me, none of Lost Ark’s metagame scaffolding is as fun as finding a big ol’ sword that shoots lightning, and it’s a shame the game so dilutes the core pleasure of collecting cool gear vomited at high-velocity out of oversized treasure chests. Girl House [Astaros3D]
Yet every time I started to brush against Lost Ark’s shallower edges, the game would throw some wild scenario at me to reel me back into its depths. It’s hard to be mad at a game where one of the bosses is a pirate’s parrot who you fight on a tabletop, after having shrunk yourself with a magic potion. The combat alone is reason enough to give Lost Ark a go, and its ridiculous scale and many weird tangents succeed in overcoming its flat storytelling and by-the-numbers quests. It’s not quite a classic, but I’ve had a lot of fun watching it try to be one. Unfortunately, character classes are locked to gender as of now, which is a shame, since I would have loved to play as a male Mage. The Korean version of the game has slowly begun to implement other versions of gender-locked classes, with the female Berserker somewhere on the horizon. It helps that the character creator, while not as impressive as those in Korean MMORPGs like Aion or Blade & Soul, is more inclusive — especially in terms of skin colors, which are managed by a hex code or color wheel instead of pre-selected palettes. But with a game that encourages a variety of play styles, it’s a shame that the character creator and gender-locked classes impose restrictions upon its player base. Each of these classes comes with an origin story that largely takes a back seat to the overarching narrative, which is a serviceable, but ultimately generic tale about good versus evil. Unfortunately, the story is also dragged down by bad voice direction and inconsistent localization.
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Subtitles often don’t match what characters are saying in voice lines, and quest objectives are sometimes explained in weirdly obtuse ways. The story does gain more momentum once it starts digging into the backgrounds of the demon-priest Armen, the valiant Prince Thrain, and the otherworldly Beatrice, but in the end, it’s less concerned with vivid storytelling and more with facilitating the game’s fantastic action. Speaking of: You spend most of your time pummeling waves of demons into the dirt, or parkouring across terrain in the style of Devil May Cry. As in most RPGs, leveling up unlocks new and devastating ways to juggle, counter, or combo your foes. However, Lost Ark takes this kineticism a step further, and allows players to allot unique passive abilities into individual skills. While playing the Paladin, for instance, I granted an attack buff to the Wrath of God ability. The result is a massive explosion of lightning that also happens to grant my allies increased damage. You also can slap element buffs, extended combos, modifiers, and decreased charging timers on your attacks. All in all, Lost Ark offers you various avenues to tailor your characters to your sensibilities. There are plenty of quality-of-life features attached to the character classes, too. You can edit passives and swap around skills at any time, and save your favorite presets to seamlessly jump between them in the field or in dungeons. I found myself constantly switching between elemental effects on my Sharpshooter, balancing lightning and explosive damage depending on the situation. Glamour
On the other hand, I stuck to a mostly support-focused build on my Paladin, swapping out shields and healing for paralysis immunity, when the occasion called for it. Lost Ark’s character mechanics and combat unfold at a steady pace — the grind to level 50 teaches the basics — but the endgame is the true challenge. It can be a bit grindy at times, but it never stops feeling rewarding, especially since the combat-focused content feels more involved than most games of its ilk. New bosses appear, whose complex attack patterns require precise timing and deep understanding of specific combat mechanics to defeat. Chaos Dungeons unleash waves of enemies, granting gear and valuable honing materials after each level. And the Raid content, which I find the most exciting, emulates a smaller, more contained experience a la Monster Hunter. Players locate their mark of choice through the use of flares, and can only use a limited amount of potions to recover their health. This makes these encounters all the more challenging, but all the more worthwhile. Which is all to say that, while many RPGs struggle to offer meaningful endgame content, it’s in this precise area where Lost Ark thrives. What’s more, Lost Ark isn’t a game where you constantly need to be playing to reap rewards — the “Rested” experience bonus kicks in once you’ve stepped away from the game for a while. The more rested experience you have, the more likely you are to get rare drops from late-game events.
As someone who has very little free time, I love this system — I never feel left behind, even as my friends play without me. It’s another welcome layer to Lost Ark’s endgame nuances. And I haven’t even mentioned naval travel, field bosses, or timed battles. In its sheer breadth of content, Lost Ark is gargantuan, and learning its intricate systems means being rewarded every step of the way, for a very long time. As it stands, after 90 hours, I have roughly 40% of each region completed, and have multiple characters well into the second tier of endgame content. Unfortunately, with so much content comes a cloying number of currencies. You can obtain silver and gold merely by playing the game — but earning Royal Crystals requires real money. And crystals are the most convenient path to Pheons, another type of valuable currency. Parsing through these currencies is a chore unto itself, and Lost Ark would benefit greatly from cutting these down. But still: With all of its endless intricacies, its variety of end-game content, and of course, its stylish action, Lost Ark feels like it’s destined to remain something of a phenomenon for quite some time. Getting to the endgame can sometimes feel like a chore, and the game’s economy can be a headache unto itself — but the rewards upon arrival are worth the trek several times over. Smilegate and Amazon have managed to sustain interest in the title with its full release. However, the true test lies in keeping that momentum going.
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CPU: Intel i3 or AMD Ryzen 3
RAM: 8 GB
OS: Windows 10 (64-bit only)
VIDEO CARD: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 / AMD Radeon HD 6850
PIXEL SHADER: 5.0
VERTEX SHADER: 5.0
FREE DISK SPACE: 50 GB
DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 1024 MB
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
CPU: Intel i5 or AMD Ryzen 5
RAM: 16 GB
OS: Windows 10 (64-bit only)
VIDEO CARD: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
PIXEL SHADER: 5.1
VERTEX SHADER: 5.1
FREE DISK SPACE: 50 GB
DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 2048 MB
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