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Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided Videos and Trailers - PC

Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided
Game Description:Immerse yourself in the classic Star Wars universe in dynamic role-playing ground-based adventures across multiple planets. Find your place during the epic galactic struggle between good and evil, and shape your own destiny. Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided is the first massively multiplayer online role-playing game based on the Star Wars universe that lets you live the movies with thousands of other players from around the world. Define your own role in the galaxy with 8 playable species and over 30 professions. Become bounty hunters, smugglers, squad leaders and more and pick up social skills including dancing, musicianship and image designer. Encounter and interact with 180+ unique creatures and hundreds of NPCs, including "named" characters like Darth Vader and Boba Fett and explore the vast game world, spanning 15 x 15 kilometers. Star Wars Galaxies launched in 2003 and continued on with a number of expansion packs and additions. In November of 2005, the MMO went through a significant re-invention, and the original "An Empire Divided" portion was amended and folded into the new game structure, with an entirely different Starter Kit re-engineered and relaunched to focus on the new content and new aspects of the online RPG.
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