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Star Wars Galaxies: Starter Kit Videos and Trailers - PC

Star Wars Galaxies: Starter Kit
Game Description:Live in the Star Wars universe and be the hero of your own Star Wars adventure in a galaxy far, far away. Jump into exciting adventures that lead you to legendary Star Wars locations including Jabba’s Palace and the infamous Mos Eisley Cantina. Begin your adventure aboard the Millennium Falcon helping Han Solo and Chewbacca fend off the notorious Jabba the Hutt. Along the way, join with Star Wars characters on missions that take you across the galaxy. Choose your path as a Rebel fighting the Galactic Empire or join forces with the Dark Side! Heroic adventurers can seek their fortune in space or on the ground as a Bounty Hunter, Smuggler, Jedi or a host of other unique Star Wars professions as you continue on in this ever-expanding universe. Star Wars Galaxies was originally launched in 2003, and continued on with new content and expansion packs. In 2005, the MMO underwent a massive overhaul of the introductory chapters and overall game design, with fast-action gameplay and reinventions of the older play elements. This change was marked with the ending of the original release (the first "An Empire Divided" scenario pack) and the launch of this brand-new Starter Starter Kit, with entirely new concept playing through the game's first 30 levels.
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