After a relatively short soft launch period, Taichi Panda 3: Dragon Hunter [Free] has spread its wings worldwide and is now available to everyone. The third game in the series brings much-improved visuals, a much larger world than before that also includes 360-degree battles, and a lot more. Taichi Panda 3 will feel more like an open-world game this time around since it brings to the series a seamless map, although I hope it doesn't also feel empty on the edges. And, as you probably guessed from the game's title, Taichi Panda 3 brings along huge dragons you can tame, ride, and use to take out everyone around you Game of Thrones-style.

The game has you picking a side this time around, so you'll be joining one of two rival camps, each with their own unique characters. I'm sure the game also offers a ton of things to collect, things to kill, and things to kill and collect. And you can play with your friends too, taking the field with them against various bosses. The game is, of course, free-to-play, and it offers a Subscription for those who don't mind paying to get more out of a game.

  • darkfyra

    Won’t take the risk it will be pay2win like always

  • Chris

    Was a little bit interested until I watched that trailer.

    "Fully accessible building, free to entry".
    "Numerous mounts to be tamed."
    "Save all living things from the evil bosses."

    Yeah...I'll pass.

    • darkfyra

      Uh that sound really cool...even if yes this save all living things sound really cheesy

      • Chris

        It was more the poor translation than the feature list that put me off.

        Admittedly, I have a pretty low tolerance for that to begin with.

      • darkfyra

        For me it was finding it was pay2win again and played itself..again

  • DTK

    ⚠️[Taichi Panda 3 Subscription Introduction and Apple Inc Subscription Notice]
    1. Subscription Price and Period
    You can click Subscription to purchase Privilege Card ($9.99 for 30 days)💩👎🏾

  • Zac Munroe

    rofl what a piece of junk. Subscription fee for mobile? Nope.

  • Raphael Alexander

    Game is terrible. It's ugly and buggy and broken.