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Guild Wars Factions (Collector's Edition) Videos and Trailers - PC

Guild Wars Factions (Collector's Edition)
  • Publisher: NCsoft
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: ArenaNet
  • Release Date:Apr 28, 2006
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen
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Game Description:Guild Wars Factions takes place on the continent of Cantha, where new and existing Guild Wars players join an epic quest to defeat an ancient evil and save a war-torn empire. New scored challenge missions and strategic competitive missions allow players to test their roleplaying prowess and earn the right for their alliance to take control of cities, towns and outposts. Large-scale alliance battles pit teams from opposing factions against each other in a struggle to conquer new territory and redraw the battle lines across the continent of Cantha. New elite missions allow the most skilled players exclusive access to areas of the ultimate cooperative challenge. This Collector's Edition features bonuses such as a CD of the game's soundtrack, a double-sided poster, an art book, a desk calendar, a mouse pad, a sticker set, and a special in-game emote for the game's new classes, the assassin and the ritualist.
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