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Loong: Dragonblood

Loong: Dragonblood is a free-to-play 3D fantasy MMORPG that features kung-fu style combat using a variety of authentic Chinese weaponry and massive PvP combat. The game is set in a stunning and detailed 3D world based on ancient Chinese civilization.

Publisher: Gamigo
Playerbase: Shut Down
Release Date: December 09, 2010
PvP: Open-world PvP, Guild Wars, Arena Battles
Pros: +Stunning and extremely detailed environments. +Open, weapon-dependent class system. +Unique artwork. +Cute costumes.
Cons: -Grindy gameplay. -Single EU server. -Open-world PvP system prone to griefing.


Loong: Dragonblood Overview

Journey back in time to ancient China and travel through a vast and stunning world created by the god Pangu in Loong: Dragonblood. Employ any of the seven authentic Chinese weapon types, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, and gain access to a huge array of skills based on the weapon you wield. Improve skills from different talent trees without class limitations to tailor-fit your character to your playing style. Acquire an assortment of mounts and pets based on creatures from Chinese mythology with a variety of useful skills to help you on your journey through a beautiful but hostile world filled with unique creatures, treacherous dungeons, and powerful dragon spirits.

Loong: Dragonblood Key Features:

  • Stunning 3D World – explore a rich and detailed 3D world based on ancient Chinese civilization and inhabited by unique creatures, mighty gods, and powerful dragons.
  • Weapon-dependent Class System – choose to use any of the 7 authentic Chinese weapon types which determine the skills you can wield. Switch weapons on the fly to adapt to any situation.
  • Open Talent/Skill Tree – have complete freedom on what skills to acquire and which talent trees to improve without being limited by class.
  • Pet/Mount System – acquire pets and mounts based on creatures from ancient Chinese mythology that offer a variety of useful skills.
  • Brutal Open-World PvP – attack or be attacked by other players anytime, anywhere, except for a few safe zones.

Loong: Dragonblood Featured Video

Loong - Fantasy MMORPG - Power of the Dragon Game Trailer

Full Review

Loong: Dragonblood Review

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Loong: Dragonblood Screenshots


Loong: Dragonblood Videos

Loong - Fantasy MMORPG - Gameplay Trailer 2011 - gamigo


Loong: Dragonblood Links

Loong: Dragonblood Official Site
Loong: Dragonblood Wikia [Database/Guides]

System Requirements

Loong: Dragonblood System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows XP
CPU: Pentium 4 2.0 or Equivalent AMD chips
Video Card: nVIDIA GeForce 5200 / Radeon 9550
Direct X: DirectX 9.0
Hard Disk Space: 3 GB available space

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: Windows XP
CPU: Pentium Core E2140 or Equivalent AMD chips
RAM: 2 GB RAM or more
Video Card: nVIDIA 7600GT / ATI X1600XT
Direct X: DirectX 9.0
Hard Disk Space: 3 GB or more available space


Loong: Dragonblood Music & Soundtrack

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Additional Info

Loong: Dragonblood Additional Information

Developer: Dacheng Network
Publisher: Gamigo

Closed Beta: October 26, 2010
Open Beta: December 9, 2010

Official Launch Date: January 19, 2011

Development History / Background:

Loong: Dragonblood is a free-to-play 3D fantasy MMORPG developed by Dacheng Network, a Shanghai-based developer of 3D MMORPG's, and published by Gamigo, a German game publisher responsible for publishing Fiesta Online. The game was first released in China before being ported over to North American and European markets. Loong: Dragonblood went into closed beta on October 26, 2010 before and open beta on December 9, 2010. It was officially launched on January 19, 2011 a week after its planned release on January 12, 2011.



  • Is this game alive? 😀 how is playerbase?

  • Game is still on and running, player base is very low but its up to the community to make it alive again 😉

    This game has lots of potential and lots of features to be discovered. However it is abandoned by the management atm, not sure why they keep it up even if it is not making any income (may be they have some future plans or something).

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