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Review of Guild Wars Trilogy

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After 1300+++ hours of playtime, this game is my favorite of all times. The memories I have of late night attempts on some of the harder missions. Pvping with my guild, experimenting with the games 1200+ skills when you only could have 8 at a time, getting max titles after farming, going for a elite armor and finally getting enough mats for all the pieces. It is a huge game with a lot of content. It isn't a MMO, its more like a RPG with co-op of 8-12 players. You can use different heroes instead of real players if you want with gear and weapons you have collected and skills that your account has unlocked. The lv cap is only 20 so if you want to experience the story you wouldn't need to farm like in a MMO. The things you farm for are different armor skins, weapon skins and titles. All areas except towns are inctanced so there isn't anyone that can steal your mobs. The story for each of the campaigns is well written with sudden twists and surprisingly touching moments. There is 3 campaigns and one expansion. The campaigns has missions, large quest that if you fail you will have to try again, normal quests for gold, skills and xp, and end game areas that contain cool looking weapons that only the best of the best has a chance of acquiring. The plot in the third campaign use some of the story from the previous two so my advice is to play it in order, 1-2-3 and then the expansion but you will get heroes in the third so it is the easiest campaign to start on. Nc soft is still making content for this game even after they released GW2. It is free to play, and you get all 3 campaigns. It is defiantly worth checking out.
Added by Swiftfury
5 years ago on 14 December 2012 21:09

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