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Guild Wars: Platinum Edition (Prophecies & Eye Of The North Expansion Pack)

Released on 31 August 2007

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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Guild Wars: Prophecies:
Guild Wars takes the best elements of today's massively multiplayer online games and combines them with a new mission-based design that eliminates the tedium of those games. You can meet new friends in towns or outposts, form a party, and then go tackle a quest together. Your party always has its own unique copy of the quest map, so camping, kill-stealing, and long lines to complete quests are all things of the past. Within a quest you have unprecedented freedom and power to manipulate the world around you: your magic can build bridges and open up new pathways, or it can burn down forests and tear the ground asunder.

Guild Wars: Eye Of The North (Expansion Pack):
Guild Wars: Eye of the North is the first true expansion for Guild Wars and calls players back to the continent of Tyria, the home of the original Prophecies campaign. Players must take their existing characters and stand side-by-side with both friends and enemies from the past, recruit new allies and heroes, and delve deep into perilous dungeons to face an ancient evil. Win or lose, the players will set the stage for Guild Wars 2.

Guild Wars: Prophecies:

  • The game is designed to reward player skill and teamwork, not time spent playing, so you won't need to spend hundreds of hours leveling up your character to compete.
  • The game includes integrated support for guilds, with guild banners and halls, chat rooms and forums. Guilds can challenge other guilds to battle, compete for control of key parts of the world, and be ranked on a worldwide ladder.
  • ArenaNet's unique streaming technology forever eliminates the concept of patching a game. You don't have to wait a month for the next big patch to experience new content. Instead, the game constantly and intelligently streams new content to your computer in the background while you play
  • Eye Of The North (Expansion Pack):

    • Sweeping Storyline: Return to the battle-scarred continent of Tyria. Reunite with old friends, discover new allies, wreak vengeance on old foes, and face-off against a menace so great it threatens the very existence of the people of Tyria.
    • Dungeons: Explore a sprawling underground complex of caverns that spans an entire continent. 18 multi-level dungeons filled with traps, puzzles and secret passages.
    • Immortalise Your Legend: Your achievements, trophies and titles from Prophecies, Factions, Nightfall and Eye of the North will not be forgotten. Your Hall of Monuments will preserve them until your descendants can claim them in Guild Wars 2.
    • 10 New Heroes: Enlist the aid of new races, including the Viking-like Norn, the magical Asura, and even a few surprises.
    • 150 New Skills: Play with skills unlike anything seen in Guild Wars before, like the Light of Deldrimor, which can simultaneously detect hidden objects and smite evil foes.
    • 40 New Armour Sets: A combination of powerful new sets and rare stand-alone pieces worthy of the great heroes of the land.

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (4 reviews)

     To Buy or Not To Buy

    | | See all JacquiT3's reviews (4)

    If you are new to online gaming and want something a little sociable, then Guild Wars is a great place to start. Prophasies takes you from the very basics through to challenging quests and missions. Its unhurried and theres no pressure to get to the end, because its almost endless. Yes theres is a conclusion to the storyline but after that theres so much more to do and discover by way of gaining new titles and working up new professions through with new skills.
    Now with this new expansion, you can travel even further and test your skill (and you will become skilled!) to its limits fighting and questing and puzzle solving. Add the other 2 campaigns and you have a massive game play and all for the cost of the game itself. No online fees. Nothing to pay ingame beyond buying the game itself.
    If I have one piece of advice though, its this. Join a guild.... but join a good one. The friendly advice and help a supportive guild can give you is invaluable. Don't rush into the first guild that asks you, take time and play with some of its members and get to know them. After that you will never look back!

     The best of GW

    | | See all HellHunter's reviews (1)

    if you dont have guild wars yet and definetly want it i would recommend this..
    these 2 are the best of the guild wars campain.

    they follow echother up very good.
    Eye of the North(GWEN) is the best for your lvl 20 char and gives you so much PvE pleasure.
    and Prophecies gives you the best start in GW and has the best storyline of all.

    so if your a real PvE freak buy this its really good !

     confused not sure what to buy to start

    | | See all endzoo's reviews (5)

    i really want to start guild wars but iam not sure which one to buy to start palying i dont want to waste money and buy somthing that need somthing to work so more info please whats the best to buy to start playing this game.

     Love the game - pay money for the game then no online fee

    | | See all HonestReviewer's reviews (15)

    Great game not WOW but great
    I play WOW, Guild Wars and Conan (well I cancelled Conan)
    I really like guild wars its got the best storyline quests of any online game including WOW.
    I dont do the WOW v Guild Wars games both very different both very good
    You pays your money you takes your choice
    One thing about this game though no-one can argue with you pay money for the game then no online fees who can argue with that

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    Rating12+ (PEGI)
    Players1/Network
    Minimum RequirementsWindows XP / 2000 / ME / 98 / Vista with DirectX 8.0 (DirectX 9.0 recommended)
    1.0GHz Intel Pentium III or equivalent (2.0GHz Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent recommended)
    512MB RAM (1GB RAM)
    3.0GB HDD Space (4GB recommended)
    64MB ATI Radeon 8500, NVIDIA GeForce 3 Series or equivalent (ATI Radeon 9600, NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 Series or equivalent)
    16-bit Sound Card
    Internet connection
    Keyboard and mouse
    DVD-ROM Drive
    Please Note! These requirements are for Eye of the North Expansion Pack which has a higher system requirement than Guild Wars.