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Aion: The Tower of Eternity Steelbook Edition - PC

by NCSOFT
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Edition: Steelbook
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  • The Thrill of Flight: Flying is a strategic and integral part of the game, adding a fresh dynamic to all aspects of the genre, including combat, quests, and exploration.
  • Stunning World: Discover a meticulously crafted fantasy world brimming with otherworldly inhabitants, mysterious enemies, and ancient secrets.
  • Innovative PvPvE: Aion introduces a new dynamic to MMOs by combining both PvP and PvE gameplay into an exciting new style.
  • Intense Visceral Combat: Engage in a spectacular and evolving combat system utilizing combos, skill chains, counterattacks, and spectacular aerial combat.
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Edition: Steelbook
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000VL4J9Q
  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: September 22, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,201 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Edition: Steelbook

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Aion is a visually stunning massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), where players ascend to divinity and fight in a celestial war. Here they will wield divine powers and the capability of true flight, to bring deliverance to your people and restore balance to a world shattered by cataclysm. Choose your side, spread your wings, and claim your rightful place among the immortal legions of Atreia. This is the glory that is Aion.

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Explore the Stunning World of Aion
Explore one of the most amazingly beautiful and detailed MMORPGs ever as you fight to save a vibrant world ripped asunder by a celestial war. Choose between two divine factions, the Asmodians or the Elyos, and save your people from an ancient evil that threatens to destroy everything in its path. Over 1500 story-driven quests lead you through a wondrous and expansive world like no other.

Experience the Thrill of Flight
Soar to great heights and battle in the open skies of Aion. Flying in Aion is not just a way to travel--it is a strategic and integral part of the game that adds a new dynamic to all aspects of the genre, including combat, quests, exploration, and harvesting.

Engage in Visceral Combat
Engage in a spectacular and evolving combat system utilizing combos, skill chains, counter-attacks and stunning aerial combat. Group with friends or fly solo in the Abyss, where attacks can come from any direction. Experience the thrill of combat like never before.

Unprecedented Customization
Totally customize your character through an incredibly in-depth character creation tool, advanced crafting systems and extensive item customization. Take individuality to a new level with the innovative Stigma system, allowing characters to utilize and combine skills and abilities not normally available to that particular character’s class.

Key Features

  • Fight for the radiant, luminous Elyos or the grim, foreboding Asmodians in a massive celestial war raging all around you.
  • Soar above the world and fight while airborne--the chains that bind you to the earth are gone.
  • Adventure through captivating quests fit for an immortal.
  • Hurl enemies down into stony chasms or pullem them mid-air in the Abyss. Tactics and strategy rule the skies in Aion.
  • Customize your avatars to be truly unique.
  • Reign over a world whose beauty, vibrance, and spirit shines with the brilliance of divinity.
  • Join the battle in massed legions, with thousands of avatars to count as friends or to fight against as enemies.
  • Experience an exotic atmosphere for adventure with an amazing musical score by Yang Bang Ean (Ryo Kunihiko).
  • Behold a new graphical standard among MMORPGs--CryTek powers the heart of Aion.
Battle in a New Breed of Conflict
Battle for control of valuable strongholds and artifacts within the Abyss, a hotly contested battlefield resting between the upper and lower halves of Atreia. Plan and execute raids against rival factions, earn special ranks and rewards through victory, and prepare for unexpected attacks by the Balaur, an ancient race freed from imprisonment within the Abyss.

System Requirements:

Minimum Specifications: Recommended Specifications:
OS: Windows XP/Vista
Processor: Pentium 4 2.8GHz, AMD Athlon 2800 Pentium Dual Core, AMD Athlon 64 X2
RAM: 1GB RAM 2GB RAM
Video Card: GeForce 6600, Radeon X1550 GeForce 7600, Radeon X2600
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
DVD-ROM: Quad-speed (4x) DVD-ROM drive
Hard Drive Space: 30GB of free space or more
Other: Internet connection, keyboard and mouse; Fee for online play
 

Product Description

The Thrill of Flight: Flying is a strategic and integral part of the game, adding a fresh dynamic to all aspects of the genre, including combat, quests, and exploration. Stunning World: Discover a meticulously crafted fantasy world brimming with otherworldly inhabitants, mysterious enemies, and ancient secrets. Innovative PvPvE: Aion introduces a new dynamic to MMOs by combining both PvP and PvE gameplay into an exciting new style. Intense Visceral Combat: Engage in a spectacular and evolving combat system utilizing combos, skill chains, counterattacks, and spectacular aerial combat. Unprecedented Customization: Take individuality to a new level through an incredibly in-depth character creation tool, advanced crafting systems, and extensive item customization.

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80 of 88 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A solid game, not my cup of tea though. September 23, 2009
Edition:Steelbook|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Aion is a good looking game, this is true. Looking past the pretty façade I however am left underwhelmed by the game. It doesn't seem to offer anything particularly new or exciting.

Character creation is decent, there are quite a few options to customize both your facial and body features. I can't really fault it in any way considering that you'll eventually be decked out in armor and character creation in such a game usually stands as a generic look. There unfortunately isn't much avoiding looking like everybody else in a broader sense because there are only two races. Upon close inspection you should find that most characters manage to create a pretty unique look. As you progress through the game you can choose to maintain various armor looks despite equipping other pieces though which is a nice way of looking unique in the long run.

There have so far been pretty annoying race lockouts on certain servers in an effort to balance them. For example I haven't been able to play with many of my guild mates because no more Asmodians are being allowed on their server. I imagine this will be fixed to some extent but I can't really lie and say that I'm not a bit bitter about being blocked from playing with my friends. Hopefully those who choose to jump in to the game after my writing this don't have this minor annoyance to deal with.

After some initial hiccups at launch the game actually runs quite well. Again the game looks gorgeous with interesting environments and flashy attack animations. The default UI is alright, pretty standard action bar with health bars, but if you're coming from another game it may take some getting used to.
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45 of 51 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Into Eternity September 24, 2009
Edition:Steelbook
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Just putting a post, to give out some information for those folks "sitting on the fence" wondering if Aion is worth ordering or not . I'm trying not to be negative about the game per se, rather saying it maybe not for everyone. It tends to lean heavy on the "PvP-aholic"; "Grouping is where its at" ,"I luv to grind XP " style of game play. Which don't get me wrong is a perfectly valid style of play, but tastes do differ. I much prefer the exploration aspects of a Morpg verses bragging rights.

Graphically it's very nice. Similar to Guild wars in appearance,but perhaps a little more advanced and shimmering. The zones are similarly laid out; with the usual "single road" and long corridors to fight over/through. If your expecting the freedom of flying and therefore tons of massively open 3D areas; be prepared at least for levels 1-30 to be largely ground based (there's lots of no fly zones) and be hemmed in by mountains. Leveling is and can be a bit of a Lineage 2 grind fest, with the usual kill 10 of these, deliver this experience. When you start reach lvl 18 + quests , then your kinda forced to group. It's hard to solo, not impossible, just be prepared for lots of repetitive "farming". Most folks find it a drag until you reach lvl 25 then you begin the main part of the storyline.

Overall the aim of the Aion is to get you to this massive open ended Zone "the Abyss". As this is where the game is suppose to shine, with the focus tending to lean heavily on PvP and again grouping to survive. Bear that in mind if you buy the game, yes there are other things to do, crafting,big boss instances etc. But it's in the open 3D "battleground" of the Abyss, where the NCSoft are putting the heart of the Aion Experience.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Has potential, but needs a LOT of work... April 13, 2010
Edition:Steelbook
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
The first thing you'll probably notice about Aion is that it is graphically amazing. It uses CryEngine and is undoubtedly the best looking MMO in existence at the moment. Character models in particular are incredibly detailed- superior to even most single-player RPGs. Character customization is also extensive and very well done- you can truly make a unique character in every possible way, from facial features (which has more sliders than Oblivion or Fallout 3) to body appearance, armor, and size. If you want a game where you have maximum control over your look, this is as good as it gets.

Let's face it though- great graphics only take you so far. In terms of gameplay, Aion's a pretty standard MMO: trade and gathering skills, quests, dungeons, etc. This is nothing new to anyone that's played an online RPG. If you're expecting brand new game mechanics or anything revolutionary, you're going to be disappointed. That in itself isn't bad; a solid, polished, tried-and-true formula game with graphics like this would be a surefire hit. Unfortunately, Aion is far from this... very far. I can see it becoming a game to challenge the likes of WoW, but it's going to take a LOT of work, and- to be quite frank- NCSoft is not known for moving quickly on changes. Additionally, the few areas where Aion does deviate from tried-and-true game mechanics are uniformly badly implemented, and more than anything else are likely to turn off the majority of new players.

Those considering trying Aion may have heard that it's PvP oriented. This is most assuredly true, and it is a very extreme case. I've seen a lot of people complain that other NCSoft games, e.g. Guild Wars, focused too heavily on PvP. Until you've played this one, however, you've got no idea.
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5.0 out of 5 stars To add to my collection.
I had gotten this at the time as a collection. (I like to collect the physical boxes of the games I purchase). Read more
Published 4 months ago by Kaleem
1.0 out of 5 stars Played for 5 Minutes
I have been playing MMO's since Ultima Online and Everquest, and i knew within 25 minutes this wasn't the game for me. It seems pretty far behind other current MMO's.
Published 13 months ago by John W Dalton
1.0 out of 5 stars Basicaly a worthless starter disc.
I bought this for the sole purpose of NOT having to download 10 GB of game data off the internet (do not want to strain my laptop). Read more
Published 18 months ago by Katherine
1.0 out of 5 stars NCsoft; Game Killer
NCsoft has proven itself yet again as an MMO killing machine, with the recent announcement of the closure of the popular City of Heroes franchise, they seek to sell as many games... Read more
Published 22 months ago by A.Crichton
1.0 out of 5 stars abyssmal game
Uggh why does company after company keep making wow clones but then trying to pass them off as something new with a slight whitewash over the world...trite stale and utterly bland
Published 24 months ago by H. Fife
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun game but going free to play
(Purchased this game for my son so this review is based on his comments to me.)

The overall system of this game is very similar to World of Warcraft. Read more
Published on January 28, 2012 by Self-Improvement Bookworm
5.0 out of 5 stars TaureanRat
If your looking for a pvepvp mmo with great colorful vistas, pretty graphics, unrepetative quest then this is game for you....i know because its the game for me. ^_^
Published on November 5, 2011 by Tau_Rat
3.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Graphics
This game has incredible graphics. The gameplay is similar to World of Warcraft but doesn't run as well on my laptop. Read more
Published on June 19, 2011 by A. Jones
2.0 out of 5 stars All That Glitters Is Not Gold...
...Is the phrase that comes to mind when someone mentions AION to me. While Aion boasts some impressive graphics and PvP / PvPvE, the celestial battle ahead is not without some... Read more
Published on April 19, 2011 by Jason Ralsky
3.0 out of 5 stars Aion Review
This is going to be short and sweet. I've been playing the game for about a year with a love/hate relationship. The hate comes in when you reach level 30 and above (max lvl 55). Read more
Published on April 15, 2011 by Joseph S. Massee
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