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Age Of Conan: Rise Of The Godslayer Videos and Trailers - PC

Age Of Conan: Rise Of The Godslayer
  • Publisher: Funcom
  • Genre:Action, RPG, MMO
  • Developer: Funcom
  • Release Date:May 11, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language, Nudity, Sexual Themes)
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Game Description:'Rise of the Godslayer' will deliver a wealth of new content and features for players across several level ranges, all set in the fading eastern empire of Khitai - a mysterious and fabled setting within the world of Hyboria. Continue your adventures with your existing character or start off fresh with a Khitan - an all-new character race. Unearth ancient treasures, battle new monsters and traverse the lengths and breadths of the world from the back of majestic new mounts such as the Tiger. Choose a side in the conflicts between the Khitan people, fight for your faction and reap the rewards as you unravel the story of the Godslayer!
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