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EVE Online: Revelations I Videos and Trailers - PC

EVE Online: Revelations I
  • Publisher: CCP
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: CCP
  • Release Date:Nov 29, 2006
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:Rating Pending
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Game Description:An expansion to EVE Online, introducing an innovative Advanced Reactive Content System (ARCS), in which the political landscape and physical borders of nation-states within the game can be altered dynamically through the collective outcome of player actions, thus directly controlling the game universe destiny and resulting storyline. Kali also features factional warfare, in which players will have the option to align themselves with an NPC faction, as well as the opening of new regions in the game universe, the addition of significant exploration content, next-generation player R&D that includes reverse engineering capabilities, additional ship upgrades and player professions, the introduction of combat boosters, and the addition of new warships.
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