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Ultima Online: 7th Anniversary Edition Videos and Trailers - PC

Ultima Online: 7th Anniversary Edition
Game Description:With Ultima Online 7th Anniversary Edition, players are be able to enjoy one of the most immersive online worlds because in addition to the original Ultima Online game. Includes: Ultima Online, Ultima Online The Second Age, Ultima Online Renaissance, Ultima Online: Third Dawn, Ultima Online: Lord Blackthorn's Revenge and Ultima Online: Age of Shadows. Players will also receive one of seven rare and powerful anniversary gifts, each offering an exclusive benefit to the lucky recipient, and a collector's edition of the Ultima Online Fan Guide, which includes exclusive art from the history of Ultima Online and interviews with the development team and community leaders. As an added bonus, the package includes the full version of the classic Ultima IX: Ascension, the last game in the Ultima series that was hailed as one of the greatest fantasy adventures of all time and was the catalyst for Ultima Online.
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