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City of Heroes Going Rogue Videos and Trailers - PC

City of Heroes Going Rogue
  • Publisher: NCsoft
  • Genre:RPG, MMO
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:Jun 30, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player, 10000 online
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Suggestive Themes, Violence)
  • Platforms:
Game Description:City of Heroes Going Rogue, the first City of Heroes expansion since the launch of City of Villains, opens the mirror universe of Praetoria, whose bright utopian faÇade hides dark secrets. As you investigate this brave new world, searching for the truth behind Emperor Cole and his Praetorian guard, brutal foes and fierce allies emerge, turning this illusory paradise into an urban battlefield. City of Heroes Going Rogue adds the Rogue and Vigilante game alignments, enabling you to explore the shades of gray that lie between Heroes and Villains. For the first time in any super-powered MMOG, your character's moral choices affect gameplay experience and determine your character's ultimate destiny.
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