Lost Saga

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Lost Saga
Developer(s) I.O. Entertainment
Publisher(s) Z8Games
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release
  • NA: November 17, 2009
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Multiplayer

Lost Saga is a free-to-play 3D fighting game developed by I.O. Entertainment. Lost Saga officially launched its North American service on November 17, 2009, through publisher OGPlanet, with Z8Games becoming the current host on December 18, 2013.

On November 20, 2014, Z8Games released Lost Saga: North America on the Steam platform, reaching a larger audience. The Steam and regular platform versions of the game possess no differences, other than access to the Steam Community and Steam Wallet, as both clients access the same server.

Gameplay[edit]

Players gain Military ranks as they progress, allowing users to unlock newer Mercenaries and certain dedicated upper ranking modes. Progressing with each Mercenary through Mercenary-specific Quests, and progress as a Mercenary squad through other quests. Players can purchase Mercenaries from the in-game shop with currency earned from battles or from reaching a new rank. Mercenaries' gender, facial features, hair dyes, hairstyles, and skin dyes are customizable. Epic and Legendary Gear with alternative designs give mercenaries special abilities. Mercenaries are grouped in four types by combat style: melee, ranged, magic, and special.

Game modes include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Prisoner (defeated enemies become prisoners until cleared), Boss Raid, and Ghost Tag (Infection). Also included are Crown Control (Capture the Flag), Power Stone (King of the Hill), and Soccer.[citation needed]

Reception[edit]

Lost Saga North America received an average of 8.0/10 upon its initial launch.[citation needed]

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