Forums Kemco Games Hit Point Machine Knight Paid Content?

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  • #28024
    BeefandTomatoes
    Participant

    The game is very unclear regarding how much I will have to pay, and how much content is paid only, or whether it can be grinded for like in Exe Create games.

    Can someone clear it up for me?

    #28025
    Mastertrek
    Participant

    The only things you might want to buy is the optional areas.

    I think most Stat boosting items can be found in these areas.

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    #28026
    Mastertrek
    Participant

    (these areas aren’t easy early though.)

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    #28027
    BeefandTomatoes
    Participant

    How much does it cost, and can you buy it with ingame currency?

    #28028
    Mastertrek
    Participant

    I don’t know how much it costs because all items require in-game currency which I bought a lot but it wasn’t good because I got bored of the game.. And the cost might change depending on country. So I don’t know. But you can check it before buying.

    And the game gives no way to earn in-game premium currency. 

    XV Member of the Organization XIII, The Heartless Deadpool Angel.
    If Deadpool is a piece of delicious cake, then Deadpool 2 is is the whole cakery full of these cakes.

    #28127
    MSG Commander
    Keymaster

    I played the whole game without ever spending a cent. The bonus areas looked interesting but by the time I finished the game, I’d had enough of the dungeons (later on they get to be a bit of a pain; not too bad, but just a bit…)

    IMO the game is definitely worth playing; I found it to be the only Kemco game so far that I could take a more “casual” approach – play for an hour or two, put it down for a few days, come back to it… the only trick is you’ve got to keep track of where you’re supposed to go next (so maybe take just a few notes?)

    It’s an old game, cheesy graphics, cheesy dialogue, a couple of side quests that you have to really go hunting for – but all in all it was an enjoyable experience.  🙂

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