Guild Wars: Factions (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Ncsoft PC games
Description:Manufacturer: Ncsoft / Genre: Adventures & Role-playing / Guild Wars Factions is the continuation of the epic online ... more
Guild Wars: Factions (PC) ... battle set forth in Guild Wars, the ground-breaking online role-playing game that took the gaming world by storm in 2005 with its fantastic design, depth of play, and no-subscription-fee model. Guild Wars Factions opens another gateway into the Guild Wars universe, allowing new players to join the community of more than one million gamers already playing Guild Wars and providing veterans with a new world of conflict, combat and thrilling adventure in the mysterious realm of Cantha. As the saga continues, the factions of the empire battle for the realm; players will be able to pledge their allegiance to one of these factions and by their actions determine who the winner will be. While Guild Wars Factions is a standalone product that does not require the Guild Wars to play, gamers with Guild Wars accounts who purchase Factions will be able to play in the both campaigns with their existing characters.
Newest Review: ... of seconds. A quick, slippery character who is able to get in and out of a tricky situation in a flash. Ritualist: Control ... more
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Guild Wars Factions
Platforms: Windows XP
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Guild Wars: Factions (PC)
Guild Wars: Factions
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Guild Wars: Factions (PC) Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/03/12 (Somewhat useful, 2 readings)
Guild Wars: Factions - the first expansion pack of the series. Expansion pack probably isn't the right word - you don't need the first game (Prophecies) to be able to play this one. It works as a stand-alone package. Factions introduces 2 new professions to the game: Assassin: Dual blade wielding 'ninja' type character. Shadowstep to your enemies and strike them down in a matter of seconds. A quick, slippery character who is able to get in and out of a tricky situation in a flash. Ritualist: Control the spirit realm - summon spirits to be your aid. The Ritualists thrives on spirit summoning, a wall of blue 'floating' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/11 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Guild Wars to many is considered the poor mans World of Warcraft as there are no monthly fees attached and it is a smaller game in many respects. The game combines the action RPG genre with co-operative and competitive gaming. Guild Wars Factions can both be used as a standalone game or an expansion to the main Guild Wars game. It takes all of gameplay and features the first game presented and throws it into a vibrant and bleak Oriental kingdom, mixing various folklore and eastern culture to create a hellish and yet beautiful landscape for the player to explore. The game expands on the ability to pursue a solo game as well as the co-operative and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/09 (Very useful, 5 readings)
Guild Wars Factions is the first expansion pack for the original Guild Wars. While it can be used as a standalone package and does not require the original Guild Wars to play, you get the most benefit from owning the both of them. However I will be reviewing Factions as an expansion to the original Guild Wars, if you would like to find out what Guild Wars is all about check my previous review here: http://members.dooyoo.co.uk/pc-game/guild-wars-pc/1245313/ Factions brings an additional 2 new professions to the table, an entirely new storyline, and few new game modes, a bunch of new skills and a whole new map for you to explore. The 2 new ... Read the complete review
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