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Guild Wars 2: Collector's Edition

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Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
665 customer reviews

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  • Includes the following physical items: 10-inch Figurine of Rytlock, 112-page Making of Guild Wars 2 book, Best of Guild Wars 2 Soundtrack CD, Art Portfolio and Five Art Prints, and Custom Art Frame.
  • Includes the following digital items: Summon Mistfire Wolf Elite Skill, Miniature Rytlock, Chalice of Glory, Tome of Influence, and Golem Banker.
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Are you a true Guild Wars 2 fan? Then you deserve the Guild Wars 2 Collector's Edition -- a feast of both physical and digital treasures worthy of a true fan to aid you in your journey through Tyria. Only a limited quantity of Collector's Editions will be made, so Pre-order your copy now.

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Guild Wars 2 is a subscription free,* Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game (MMORPG) exclusively for the PC gaming platform. A sequel to the original Guild Wars game released in 2005, the game is set in a persistent gameworld and features a choice based storyline focused around the continued struggles of the peoples of the land of Tyria. Now hundreds of years past the events of the original game, the almost forgotten threat of the Elder Dragons has risen, but so has 'Destiny's Edge,' a guild pledged to combat them. Game features include: a dynamic event/questing system, small and large-scale combat, player vs. player arenas, multiple playable races and professions, and expansive and rewarding dungeon crawls.

This special collector's edition contains a variety of physical and digital bonus items. See the complete list of these below.

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In the Shadow of Dragons Legends Become Real

For generations, strife and chaos raged across Tyria as the great races competed and warred against each other. Then the dragons awoke. The all-powerful Elder Dragons rose from beneath earth and sea, wreaking havoc on a global scale. Great cities crumbled before their might. Coastlines flooded. Lush forests burned. Tyria was forever altered. Now, the undead legions of the deathless dragon Zhaitan surge across the land, hungry for the destruction of the free races of Tyria: the Charr, a ferocious race of feline warriors; the Asura, magical inventors of small size and great intellect; the Norn, towering shapeshifters from the frigid north; the Sylvari, a mysterious race of mystical plant folk; and the Humans, an embattled but resilient people. The time has come for the free races to stand together against the rising tide of evil. Magic, cold steel, and the deeds of heroes will determine the fate of Tyria.

A human elementalist from Guild Wars 2
Return to Tyria hundreds of years into the Guild Wars timeline to play as a new race, in a new MMORPG adventure.
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A Norn engineer from Guild Wars 2
Assume one of a variety of professions in a choice based storyline.
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Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP Service Pack 2 or better
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz, Core i3 OR AMD Athlon 64 X2, or better
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7800, ATI X1800, Intel HD 3000, or better (256 MB of video RAM and shader model 3.0 or better)
  • HDD space: 25 GB available
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Input: Keyboard and mouse

Collector's Edition Items Included

  • Physical items
    • Guild Wars 2 game disc for PC and the best of Guild Wars 2 soundtrack CD
    • Collectible metal box and 10" Rytlock figurine
    • Custom art frame, portfolio, and five art prints
    • Making of Guild Wars 2 112-page hardback book
  • Digital items
    • The Golem Banker which provides unlimited access to your account storage for five consecutive days
    • The Chalice of Glory, a one-time-use item that will add a set amount of Glory to your account
    • The Tome of Influence, a one-time-use item that will add a set amount of Influence to your guild
    • Miniature Rytlock
    • Summon Mistfire Wolf Elite Skill, an elite skill that summons a Mistfire Wolf to fight alongside you

Key Game Features

  • Dynamic, Interactive Gaming Experience - Your choices and actions have a real effect on the world around you. Will the besieged villagers fight off the rampaging centaur horde or succumb to the attack? You decide.
  • Personalized Storylines - Guild Wars 2 is your story. Follow your own customized quest storyline as it evolves from choices you made at the beginning of the game.
  • New Depths of Character Customization - You choose from eight powerful professions and from five races - the defiant Humans, the feline Charr, the unearthly Sylvari, the mighty Norn, or the ingenious Asura.
  • An Innovative Combat System - Featuring amazing skills, combos, improvisational tactics, and environmental weapons, the Guild Wars 2 combat system puts the fun back in MMO battles.
  • Intense Player vs. Player Action - Take up arms in epic world vs. world warfare or test your skills against other players in PvP arenas.
  • A Rich, Fully Realized Fantasy World - Developed over the past five years, the vast and incredibly detailed world of Tyria has been brought to life by an award-winning art and development team.

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An example of a whirling defense from Guild Wars 2
Small scale combat.
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A catapult assault from Guild Wars 2
And large scale combat.
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Axe combat from Guild Wars 2
Player vs. player arenas.
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Lush farmland from Guild Wars 2
A rich fantasy world.
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Product Details

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  • ASIN: B0085UDEWI
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 12 x 15 inches ; 11.6 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 28, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (665 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,311 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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444 of 491 people found the following review helpful By C. Counts on August 28, 2012
Format: Video Game
My MMO history: WoW for 5 years, SWTOR for about 9-10 months, GW2 for 3 days.
I started playing GW2 Saturday night during pre-release. At this time I have only played one race and one profession: Sylvari Elementalist. I have her up to level 22.

I expect this MMO to do well for several reasons: 1) GW1 has been online for a while now, which makes me feel more confident in the ongoing care the developers will give GW2. 2) It's not a "grinder." 3) No monthly subscription fee.

I have not played arena PVP yet. I have played WvWvW once. It's a great idea, but I didn't have fun in it, despite everyone else's glowing reviews. Reasons being: 1) huge maps = lots of running around to find a fight, 2) my PC had performance issues when more than 25 people were on screen, effectively ruining the gameplay for me. I love PVP, so I will definitely be giving W3 several more chances.

My Likes:
- This is not a WoW clone like SWTOR was. Mind you I LOVE WoW and enjoyed SWTOR, but when I buy a new game, I don't expect nor want it to be a clone of the last game I played. I am looking for a new experience, which GW2 has in spades.
- The achievement system offers XP in a way that equates it with daily quests in WoW. This is awesome because almost everything you do gives you XP or counts towards an achievement. The result is a sense that whatever you choose to do in your playtime truly will advance your character. In my opinion, this is extremely refreshing after doing repetitive dailies in WoW for so long.
- The Dynamic Events and Area Quests lend to a feeling of openness of world and promote exploration. I haven't had a feeling like that since my first days of vanilla WoW.
- I've heard mixed reviews on the use of Waypoints instead of mounts/flight paths.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By MMO Man on August 27, 2012
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I finally broke down on impulse and bought Guild Wars 2 to try and it and, boy, was that a good decision. I don't know if I will convince any of you to partake, but I really hope you do. This is my favorite game of all time, displacing Skyrim, World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy VII, and it's now all I do during my gaming time. In my review, I will also hit on some WoW comparisons, because if you're like me, there will be some audience overlap. Here goes nothing:

Class Selection and Definition
The game calls classes "professions" and, from the beginning, each one is differentiated and engaging. I won't write about each one, but I have mostly played an engineer for now. He gets a blend of bombs, grenades, turrets to help him and allies in combat, toting a rifle or a shotgun for his own protection. The magic classes have vast arrays of spells. Every class has some type of heal, even if it's minimal, but for each class your gameplay gets you into the character you are. Warriors are rewarded for staying in combat. Engineers and ranged classes WILL get killed if they don't move. There are eight focused classes, I've tried three, and I've heard they are all great. People have not complained of an "OP class", which I'll help explain by hitting on combat.

Combat Dynamics
Battles are much longer than in Warcraft and you can't really one-hit kill people. It takes a while to beat a person into submission. When a player runs out of health, they fall onto the ground and get a last chance to fight back, or call for help from allies. If you see a wounded ally down, you can pull them up. Also, if a wounded enemy is making their last call for help, you can do a finishing move to kill them for good.
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226 of 286 people found the following review helpful By Allison on August 25, 2012
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It seems like the past few years have been dreary for the MMO market. Even games that I was excited about due to the premise and my history with the series (SWTOR, I'm looking at you) have failed to deliver a fun, polished, innovative experience. I have seen truly interesting games pushed out far before they were ready, I've seen almost direct ripoffs of Warcraft, and I've also seen a lot of games that simply have no heart. Because of this, and perhaps because I was only a mild fan of the original Guild Wars, I followed the Guild Wars 2 hype with a fair amount of skepticism. The energy and the passion of the developers began to intrigue me, though, so I pre-purchased the game in order to have access to the beta weekends -- and there was no turning back. The most important thing I should say is that you should throw out any pre-conceptions you have about the game based on the original Guild Wars. While there are certainly some familiar aspects this is a complete redesign of the Guild Wars experience.

The first thing that struck me about the game was the sheer size, level of detail, and outright beauty of the world. This is the first game where I have walked into a main city and could actually imagine thousands of people living there. It is a great deal of fun to explore, and this becomes a key part of the game. Rather than simply being pointed to a town where you talk to a handful of NPCs, pick up a handful of quests, trot off twenty feet to handle the quests, return, rinse and repeat, this game encourages you to get out and take a look around. When you need direction you can look at your map and there will be hearts indicating someone in need of help -- but the true purpose of these hearts is to get out you into that area to be exposed to the events that happen there.
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