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Ultima Online: Samurai Empire
Game Description:Ultima Online: Samurai Empire marks a new era in the legendary online RPG as it expands to include a new exotic land to explore and two deadly professions to master. Become a Samurai Master and dedicate yourself to the art of Bushido, with powerful new skills and deadly new weapons. Join an elite ninja clain, submitting to the discipline of Ninjitsu, mastering stealth, deception and the art of assassination. Adventure on a new continent, a Japanese-themed land filled with scenic housing areas, mythical creatures, monsters, dungeons and more. The Tokuno Islands, a land of danger and destiny, awaits!
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