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Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided Collectors Edition - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows 95
Rated: Teen
84 customer reviews

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It is a time of galactic civil war. The Empire is at the height of its terrible power. However, there is still hope for the Rebellion. A great hero must rise to the challenge, and this time it’s not a farm boy from Tatooine. It’s you.

Star Wars Galaxies makes it possible for you to literally live within the Star Wars universe. Choose your identity from eight customized playable species, determining everything from height to facial features. Then join thousands of other adventurers as you explore more than 10 persistent Star Wars worlds. Battle stormtroopers, hang out in the Mos Eisley cantina, and interact with famous characters like Han Solo. You define your own role within the galactic community. Whether you become a smuggler or trader, marksman or bounty hunter, Star Wars Galaxies is your destiny.

Collector's edition includes:

  • The Game. Packaged in a leather box with gold title treatment. The manual inside will feature a special cover with the signatures of key-people from the Galaxies development team.
  • Exclusive in-game wearable: The wearable will be three types of "eyewear." Note that we do not currently have any other eyewear in the game, and these wearables cannot be traded, so they're exclusive to those who have the Collector's Edition. These will help identify the in-game character as being one of the first in the game.
  • Art concept book. This will feature drawings, computer models, renders, character information, etc. Revel in the art and history behind this massively multiplayer game
  • Collectable figurine of the all-powerful Zabrak female species immortalized in pewter.
  • Sew on patch, featuring the logo of the first exciting chapter of Star Wars Galaxies.
The Collector's Edition will be created as a one-time, limited run sku, and once they're gone, they're gone forever.

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B000092P4A
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 25, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,369 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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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Karen Sargent on May 6, 2005
It started as a game of skills,(one of a kind on the PC gaming market) as you moved up in the skill tree, you were given more enhancements, more moves, more excitement. When you mastered a tree, you had all the powers and could do basically whatever you wanted, go fight some tuskins, go hunt, succeed. It was pretty cool. It was even fun to group up with a bunch of friends and do the harder missions. It was different. You had a choice of soloing it, or grouping up to get some extra XP. It was fun. Roaming around the different planets and seeing the different creatures, different landscapes, the graphics were pretty amazing. I played this game with a bunch of people, form 16-45. It allowed all ages to immerse themselves in different ways. We had armorsmiths, weaponsmiths, I myself was a master dancer for quite sometime and really enjoyed it. I even got married in game in front of the whole cantina.

I have a lot of memories. Fond memories. But they are all gone now. Those skills I worked so hard for, are gone, master dancer, it means nothing now, all my friends they are gone, including the character I married. Why you ask?

Well a new upgrade was released, it was called the Combat upgrade. it changed that cool skill based system into a level system, (you can find those with EQII and WOW,) it put so many limitations on the game that many of us have left. We have begged for information from the development team and management, but we do not receive any information. They have literally ignored us. Then they tell you the consumer whom have never played this game that the "community" loves it. *sigh* some do, but most don't.

If you want a level up game go try WOW or even Guildwars, better graphics and less bugs.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By FNF on May 10, 2005
This game was great at one point but has been completely redone. It is more like EQ2 & World of Warcraft now. If you are looking for either of these games with a Star Wars feel this is it right now. If you have to get this game I would not get the collector's edition. Its not worth the extra money and all you get are some funky glasses you can wear ingame
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Brian Pletcher on January 1, 2005
Alright I've reviewed this game once and now that I'm out of the game I think it's time to do a second review. For those that don't know the game has pretty much turned inside out and died due to the NGE. I left at launch of the NGE not happy with the changes that were made very simple.

About 1 month ago I actually gave the game the true try with the full NGE in place. My opinion ranged from "Wow look what I missed" to "Wow look how they screwed this game up."

I created characters on 4 of the most active servers that I could find ran from place to place searching for people to group with and see what activity was on the server.

Needless to say I was dumbfounded. Lowcam Starsider, Flurry and Chimarra all were the servers I joinned. All VERY DEAD. Mos Eisley Dead. Theed Dead, Dantooine, Dathomir all the same. Over the course of a 14 day trial I could count on both hands how many people I encountered.

Entertainer's were nearly impossible to find. I encountered a total of 2 Entertainers to gain Entertainer buffs. High End Equipment from Venders or Bazaar no luck. I even searched through the map for venders listed on the map.

The outright hostility to the NGE SOE should have realized and reversed there decision. On Lowca every city I visted there were signs visible of Anti NGE and needless to say I couldn't belive it. Then upon visiting many of the popular hunting grounds I could see what people ment about the NGE killing the game. Death Watch Bunker, Fort Tusken, Hunting on Dantooine nothing there so what's the point in playing?

During the time I played it was during the Halloween spurt where Mos Eisley and Moenia were the two locations to go.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Howell on December 22, 2003
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This game has tons of content... if by content you mean vast expanses of nothingness and sporadic regenerating monsters with their spawning "nests". While scenery is nice at times, this game was a huge disappointment. Example: a 30 min jog to see the sarlacc pit (huge mouth in the sand Jabba throws guys in on the movie) to find that it is a 2D, non-interactive .bmp image laid horizontally in the desert sand. Oh, and it will take you at least 2 weeks of gameplay to master the weaponry and skills necessary to defeat a single 40-pound frog whose only defense seems to be in hopping at you and making noises. After becoming a master craftsman, sure you can make a lot of stuff..but you've spent so much time and effort in developing your crafting skills that you have minimal survivalist and combat abilities..which means the only point in being a craftsman is the accumulation of money from selling the stuff you make. While this may be entertaining for some, crafting and selling and crafting and selling and crafting and selling makes you feel more like a Guatemalan blanket weaver crafting for daily sustenance than an adventurer in the starwars realm. In truth, there is no point to this game... and any self-created goal, including opening a Jedi slot and becoming one, is MUCH MORE WORK THAN FUN!!!! I'm not going to go through the massive number and annoyance of bugs in this game...I really don't have the time. Just do a "swg" search on google and read through the results. My opinion is that this game was rushed to the market in fear of the much anticipated release of World of Warcraft by Blizzard.
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