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Gothic 3 Videos and Trailers - PC

Gothic 3
  • Publisher: Aspyr
  • Genre:Action, RPG
  • Developer: Piranha Bytes
  • Release Date:Nov 20, 2006
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Blood and Gore, Language, Sexual Themes, Use of Drugs, Violence)
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Game Description:With invading Orcs enslaving the human kingdom, only a handful of rebels remain hiding in the forests and mountains of Midland. Choose between joining the rebellion or serve the Orcish Usurpers, but you will ultimately tip the scales and decide the outcome of the last war to save humanity. Gothic III provides a living world where the players can freely choose the way they want to play; whether exploring the world and enjoying its rich and enchanted atmosphere or following a darker path, and even ultimately destroying it. Every choice and action the player makes will directly echo and affect the world of Gothic, creating a life-like environment and allowing for complex character interaction.
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