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Anarchy Online: The Notum Wars Videos and Trailers - PC

Anarchy Online: The Notum Wars
  • Publisher: Funcom
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: Funcom
  • Release Date:Nov 25, 2002
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen
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Game Description:There was a time when most of the universe left Rubi-Ka to itself. "It's just a barren rock, a mining colony on the other side of space," people would say. Those times are over... Rubi-Ka is the only known source of notum, an element that holds the key to technology and progress. The galactic economy is defined by notum, and whoever controls the notum has acquired a solid foundation for ultimate power. The main feature of The Notum Wars is land control. Only player created groups, known as "organizations", will be able to lay claim to areas that give gameplay bonuses and both personal and group-wide advantages. However, these bonuses are only available as long as the group continues to control their area. With limited land control spaces, competition will be fierce and enemy organizations will certainly be a threat to those who own the land.
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