Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Dungeon Fighter Online

Oh DFO, how I love you. It's got everything I could ever ask for: Persistant equipment collection to keep me playing, arcade beat-em-up style gameplay, (mostly) skilled-based gameplay, A great Auction House system to keep the economy smooth, and no imbalanced cash shop items (arguable) . Just some quick tips:

1. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE get a gamepad or controller to play this game on. You are doing yourself a huge disservice by playing on the keyboard. 3rd-party controller configuration programs I recommend are Joy2Key or Xpadder.

2. Get "DFOResizer" to adjust the tiny 640*480 resolution to something more tolerable.

3. If you don't like the game running on auto-full-screen, Make a new folder inside your DFO directory and name it "zo3mo4". I know this sounds really stupid and a bit shady, but it actually works and I was shocked when I first did it. Those crazy programmers.

Anyway, I hope to post more about Dungeon Fighter Online, and If you've never heard or played it, I'd suggest watching MMOhut's "First Look" of DFO. If you really want your mind blown, I'll show you some more next post


  1. never heard of it, tbh, but I'll check it out, thanks for the heads up!

  2. I tried DFO about a month ago, and I just got bored of it really quick.

    It was a fun game while it lasted

  3. How does it compare to, let's say, League of Legends?

  4. looks pretty cool. i'll be sure to check it out!

  5. Cool. Ill have to check this out. Supporting!

  6. Kewl story, bro!


    happy 9/11!