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Star Wars Galaxies: The Total Experience - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
1.9 out of 5 stars 168 customer reviews

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  • Compilation pack in Star Wars Galaxies series
  • Includes An Empire Divided, Jump to Lightspeed, and Rage of the Wookiees
  • Adventure through over 100 story-driven quests
  • Visit and discover points of interest and adventure zones
  • All-new combat system with new weapons, armor, effects, and more
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Product Description

Product Description

Star Wars Galaxies: The Total Experience collects 3 incredible Star Wars games into one awesome and affordable package. You are thrown into a time of galactic civil war, with the Empire at its height and the Rebellion growing. Join thousands of adventurers seeking to overthrow the Empire, as you go online and 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. Collects Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided, Star Wars Galaxies: Jump to Lightspeed and Star Wars Galaxies: Episode III Rage of the Wookiees. Encounter and interact with famous Star Wars characters, including Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader Build and own everything from droids to property Define your own role in the galaxy; become bounty hunters, merchant, smugglers, Jedi and more

From the Manufacturer

Introducing the first compilation pack in the Star Wars Galaxies series. In addition to An Empire Divided and Jump to Lightspeed, the compilation pack will include an all-new Episode III adventure: Rage of the Wookiees for the Total Experience. Taken directly from Revenge of the Sith, Rage of the Wookiees includes adventures on the planet of Kashyyyk, the Wookiee home world.

New Episode III features:

  • Explore Kashyyyk: the home planet of the Wookiees is being added as an entirely new adventure planet and space zone
  • Adventure through over 100 story-driven quests: join the Wookiees in their fight for freedom against their Imperial-supported Trandoshan slavers or support the Empire in their mission of quelling the spread of the Rebellion
  • Visit and discover points of interest and adventure zones including the Wookiee-run tree cities, Trandoshan-controlled slave camps, and the safari lands of the affluent Rodians
  • Pilot new starcraft inspired by Revenge of the Sith including Anakin's Jedi Starfighter model
  • Embark on daring new space mining missions to recover precious raw materials for sale to ground-based crafters. Surviving slews of pirates will provide unprecedented economic opportunities
  • Experience the all-new combat system featuring new weapons, new armor, new effects, and a new user-interface to make combat even more engaging and fun!

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B0008EZDDM
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 24, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,328 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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Quite possibly the very best idea for a MMORPG, and also, quite possibly the very worse execution as well. The idea of an online game set in the Star Wars Universe was definitely the most enticing game idea I had ever seen. I actually had to buy a whole new computer to play it two years ago.

This game has, or to say, had dozens of new innovative ideas. It was the first MMORPG to use a skill system, instead of a level system, since I had played UO. It had the greatest crafting system I had ever seen in any game. It was also the first online game I know to include professions specifically aimed towards casual gamers. Players could choose to be Dancers or Musicians. You could place your own houses all over huge sandbox style planets.

Most of things were flawed, and had issues with something being too strong, or not strong enough. For the longest time the game's developers tried unsuccessfully to balance and fix the flaws with the game. A great deal or progress was made in the twenty-two months since the game's launch, but evidentially not enough. The developers created a patch called the "Combat Upgrade" or CU for short.

The combat upgrade fundamentally traded a very flawed, though original and innovative combat system, for a very flawed bland overused combat system. The upgrade switched from a skill based system, to the overly used level system that so many other games have. A unique armor system that involved different damages and certain enemies and armories having certain protections and vulnerabilities was replaced with simply all armor having very similar protections to everything, as well as every enemy having the exact same protections now as well.
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For those that were back on Everquest during the forum wars may understand what I speak of. We fought every Nerf Verant threw at us. We posted, we discussed, we flamed, we got banned. But we still played EQ cause at the time it was the best. Smedley (President of Sony Online Entertainment) showed up and tried to coral us in, couldn't, so he shut down the forums and turned them into an automated moderated post-it note board. Many of us knew then we could not fight to fix EQ so we left.

We wandered for a bit in the nothingness of MMORPGS at the time until we found the pre-launch forums of SWG. We found out that Verant was going to handle it as they were bought up by SOE and we felt a darkness, but we pushed on, cause we were sure LUCASARTS was in true control.

For 2 years before game launch those were days filled with debates about the timeline, weapons, classes, PVP vs PVE, city boundaries, vehicles, and every thing a kid who grew up playing with star wars action figures ever wanted in a video game. This was before KOTOR or Battlegrounds or Jedi Academy and we all felt SWG was going to be our ultimate Star Wars experience.

We watched as our game was shaped into a vision that we all could live with. We watched as Beta started and was rushed, we watched as the launch of the game by an experienced MMORG company was still handled badly. We should have known then that Verant/SOE was going to screw it up.

We watched as promise after promise was broken. Those that bought the special collectors edition, those with the sunglasses? We were promised that the sunglasses was just the start, that many more IN GAME items and options would be given to those of us that paid the $75 for the collectors set.
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You can find the new game, the "Star Wars Galaxies: Starter Kit" which was released after nearly 7 years of development time, and nearly 3 years of that spent on live servers being paid for by subscribers to the game, on Amazon also.

From Alpha to Beta and then back to Alpha. Maybe back again if enough myrmidons stay subscribed to finance SOE through this rocky period.

A very nice pistol, the "Trandoshan Hunting Pistol" which was a quest item included in this expansion as a special quest item that could be used until it decayed, was broken, or was sold made for a very nice Jedi hunting weapon for Bounty Hunters.

What has the new patch changed in the previous statement?

1.) The "Trandoshan Hunting Pistol" is no longer useable by Bounty Hunters but instead now by spies.

2.) Since it was a biolinked weapon you cannot use it unless you want to be a spy instead of a Bounty Hunter.

3.) It's irrelevant anyway as the pistol now does the same amount of damage as every other pistol in the game, negating the 30 - 40 minute quest that it takes to get the pistol.

4.) The pistol no longer decays so you can use it forever - negating the crafting economy in the game.

5.) You can no longer hunt Jedi in the game - and Jedi are now a starting profession that 90% of the players are playing as.

I described a single quest item that I received from a quest I completed in the Rage of the Wookies expansion. I've given you 5 things that were immediately negated about it by the latest patch called the "NGE" or "New Game Enhancement" (90% of my collected items had these new 'features' that ruined them and the time spent collecting them.
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