- Platform: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: DVD-ROM
Guild Wars Trilogy (PC DVD)
- Over 1100 skills to hone, 4 lands to explore, 60 missions and 10 professions to master.
- Go it alone, join with other players, or recruit a party of heroes or henchmen that you control.
- When you leave the bustling cities, experience adventures created just for you and your party.
- Build a guild with other players and enter Player vs. Player tournaments for in-game prizes.
- Buy the game and play online with no monthly fees.
- BONUS! Owners of Guild Wars Trilogy will be able to add M.O.X. the golem, a magic-powered engine of destruction, to their party! Everybody needs a friend like M.O.X.!
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Three Great Games, One Epic Adventure
Step into Guild Wars®, the award-winning fantasy online role-playing game enjoyed by millions of players. An award-winning online fantasy epic awaits with no subscription fees! Guild Wars Trilogy combines Guild Wars Prophecies™, Factions and Nightfall into a single amazing experience.
Begin in Guild Wars on the continent of Tyria where the human kingdoms are under attack by the vicious Charr.
Journey on to the ancient continent of Cantha in Factions, a land torn apart by political strife, and threatened by the restless spirit of a long-dead traitor.
Lastly, explore exotic Elona in Nightfall, where players must do battle against a god to save the land from descending into eternal night.
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Top Customer Reviews
All in all a great game and worth a purchase if your an RPG nut!
Well worth a try.
I loved Asheron's Call but I only played it for two months because I left for university. I vowed to go back to it one day, but never did. I decided to buy Guild Wars instead, as that is where all the players are at now. I never tried World Of Warcraft but I remember being very bored watching my older brother play it a few years ago.
I think what I don't like about Guild Wars is the fact that other people only exist in the towns. They can join you in the town in order to go questing together, but that's not as cool as randomly meeting someone in the middle of nowhere, outside a dungeon and deciding to go questing together in an unofficial way. When you go questing in Guild Wars there will usually be one person senior to the other. Either way it's bad, so I preferred to go questing alone, which then means it's like an offline RPG. Played plenty of those already, they're fun enough but I didn't want that when I bought Guild Wars.
You probably want to know why one person being senior is bad. Some will disagree and that's fine.Read more ›