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Atlus Online's Pandora Saga Enters Closed Beta
Also inside: Check out the teaser trailer!
12.15.10 - 11:01 PM

From tomorrow until December 19th, Atlus Online's next big title, Pandora Saga will be in the closed beta stage. The Gonzo Index (formerly Gonzo Rosso Online KK before being acquired by Atlus Online)-developed MMORPG boasts both RPG and large-scale battles, and those in the beta will have tons of content to look forward to - they'll even be able to level their characters plenty in this short timeframe.

The first 300 people to log in to the closed beta will win a Premium Ticket for the following open beta, from which they'll get the advantages of more EXP, better drop rates and a lower death penalty in that particular stage. Lastly, on the evening of December 19th, Atlus will hold a 'War of Nations' event for the purpose of showing off the game's large scale battles.

Registrations are closed for this beta, but if you go to sites like MMORPG.com or MMOSite.com you may be able to still find a registration key. Pandora Saga is set for a PC release in 2011. If you can't get into the closed beta, you'll have to make do with the teaser trailer below.




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