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Fiesta
Box artwork for Fiesta.
Developer(s) Ons On Soft
Publisher(s)
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Fantasy RPG
System(s) Windows
Mode(s) MMOG
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB E.png Everyone
System requirements (help)
CPU clock speed
1 GHz
System RAM
512 MiB
Disk space
3 GiB
Network connection speed
128 Kibps
DirectX version
Version 9.0c
Website http://outspark.com/fiesta
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Fiesta is a free, Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG), first published by Ons On Soft in Korea, and then by Outspark for the international English market. Like a typical MMORPG, the player's character can adventure across the game's persistent online world, battle monsters, level up and raise stats, complete quests, and party with other players. There are also guilds and guild wars, instanced raid dungeons and item crafting options. The international English version went through several beta tests before a commercial launch in November, 2007.

Fiesta features a cute anime-style look with characters rendered in a 3D manner. Likewise, the monsters and NPCs are depicted in a similar cartoonish style. Currently, Fiesta uses two character models (one male, one female) for each of the four classes. Players are given a specific style of clothing based on their chosen class (Fighter, Cleric, Archer, or Mage) and can choose between three different hair styles and three (very similar) hair colors. There is only one face to select per character class. Players may alter the appearance of their character by purchasing a Beauty Shop Coupon from the Fiesta Store, the game's online item mall. The Beauty Shop unlocks 10 hairstyles, 10 hair colors and 10 face types. One Beauty Shop Coupon allows one permanent change to each of the previous options.

The character classes in Fiesta represent only the strictest fantasy RPG archetypes. Each class has four ranks offering a specific path to follow, rather than allowing the player to specialize his or her character. At level 20, players may undertake a quest to promote their character's class to the next rank: Clever Fighter, High Cleric, Hawk Archer, and Wiz Mage respectively. The third rank is achieved by undertaking another quest that is only available once a second rank character has reached level 60. The fourth rank quest is available once a third rank character reaches level 80.

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