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Star Wars Galaxies: The Complete Online Adventures - PC

Platform : Windows 2000, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
98 customer reviews

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  • In addition to the unlimited exciting game play, The Complete Online Adventures includes a DVD of never-before released bonus features
  • A slide show of more than 800 pieces of Star Wars Galaxies concept art and screenshots, all set to more than an hour of beautifully orchestrated Star Wars Galaxies in-game music
  • Excerpts from the popular “From Pencil to Pixel” book that chronicles the art of Star Wars Galaxies
  • An exclusive in-game item for use while playing – a personal AT-RT vehicle as seen in Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith™
  • Interviews with the Star Wars Galaxies producers, and all the cinematic trailers for the game
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Be the hero of your own Star Wars adventures in a galaxy far, far away. Star Wars Galaxies: The Complete Online Adventures includes Star Wars Galaxies and all of the game’s expansions, including An Empire Divided, Jump to Lightspeed, Rage of the Wookiees, and Trials of Obi-Wan, along with all of the regularly updated “Chapter” adventures that are downloaded regularly to your PC. The Complete Online Adventures is the most inclusive and immersive Star Wars Galaxies experience ever introduced. Includes hundreds of hours of game play. Players of all levels can jump into exciting adventures 24/7 and travel to legendary Star Wars locations with iconic characters. Along the way, players can join with others on missions that take them across the galaxy fighting with the Galactic Empire or the Rebel Faction. Getting started is easy – The Complete Online Adventures is all you need!

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  • ASIN: B000GG1OXA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 1.8 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 14, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,506 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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70 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Steve Smith on November 17, 2006
Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided

*Sigh* Where to begin...

This game could be better named:

"Star Wars Galaxies: A Development Team Vs. A Player base".

Never in all my life, have I seen a company alienate so many people in pursuit of the almighty dollar. It's truly sickening. I WAS a 20-month veteran of the game, I had been playing since week one.

PLEASE, READ ON...

In the beginning...

This game was alright; it was fun, it was unique, and it was totally bug-ridden and unbalanced. Over the course of the last 20 months, the SOE Dev team have made us promise after promise to do certain things to fix and enhance this game. They in fact did very little, if anything at all. They milked us. They exploited the "Star Wars" name to make a buck. They made promise after promise after promise... and never delivered squat. Don't believe me? Just ask any "Smuggler" in the game for their opinion.

They strung us along and led us to believe that the "fixes" to the game were right around the corner! Instead, they were hard at work on an "Expansion Pack" to sell us! And then once again "promised us" that the fixes we've all been waiting for were the next big thing waiting for us, "just hang on, this game is going to be great!" They promised us that they were going to do this "Combat Upgrade" and do it right, and it "wouldn't be released until it's ready!"

We all had a lot of hope, we thought that they had finally figure out that they had totally screwed up and were trying to make amends with a player base on the brink of total collapse. God, how wrong we all were...
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By P. Long on November 17, 2006
Some say the game is bad, some say the game is great. I can't argue either point as I quit playing last year after the NGE. What I can say is that this is what you can expect from SOE regarding this game:

Incomplete expansions that get shoved out early so monthly payments cover expenses rather than being fully funded.

Having any "work" you have done thrown out the window when they decide to chase after more phantom players.

Empty servers

Devs who only seem to understand first person shooters and who have no clue what makes a rpg fun.

Watered down versions of things that were once in the game, removed with the NGE and are slowly being added back as they try to keep subscriptions from bleeding too bad.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Part Time Gamer on November 17, 2006
The one word to sum up this company is GREED. When this game started it was successful and fun for many players. Then along comes WOW which surpassed it in subscribers and revenue. This is when SWG took a bad turn. They revamped the complete game twice and this is actually the third itteration in hopes to emulate the success of WOW. Not only is this version a failure but it is by far the worst version of the game produced so far.

Also don't be fooled, all this is an attempt to grab some quick cash. This IS NOT a NEW GAME in any shape or fashion. This same exact version of the game has been out for a year. This company just decides that every few months or so they will repackage the game and put one little digital keepsake in the package so gamers will feel compelled to spend $40-50 again.

Stay as far away from this game and company as possible.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By RUFUS on November 17, 2006
Ok, I have been one of the most vocal critics of SOE and the game, I was hurt by the changes to jedi and crafters which have been well documented, however I recently returned to see the changes and I must admit I am really enjoying myself. My decision to return was triggered by FLS deciding to go with SOE to market Pirates of the Burning Sea. After my initial disgust, I decided I needed to put the past in the past and look at the situation again. I have been back a few weeks and am really having a good time. More players online than I would have imagined. I am enjoying the pve and pvp aspects...my trader is actually selling armor and weapons. I urge my friends that have sworn off the game and the company as I did to give it another look, you may like what you see, you may not...I am enjoying it
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. Howard on November 17, 2006
Sure the game is better than it was last year, when you start at the bottom there is only one way to go.

Assuming the people that read these reviews have _some_ gaming experience, here is what SWG has to offer.

A FPS'ish game that STILL has no collision detection, although collison detection had been promised to be implimented 6 months after release.

A FPS'ish game where NPC's STILL spawn in walls, rocks etc

A FPS'ish game where NPC can STILL shoot through walls, ceiling etc

25 servers to choose from unless you want to actually play with live people, which narrows you choices down to 2.

9 iconic profession. Hehe, 1 of which (entertainer) has absolutely no role in the game and another (crafter) that has been marginalized to the role of just north of useless.

I URGE people to download and play the free trial. Please do, and when you are done with it, compare it to just about any other MMO and come back here and write a review.

But whatever you do, don't spend money on this game.
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