Guild Wars 2

Guild Wars 2
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Guild Wars 2 (2012)

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Guild Wars 2 takes players into the mythical world of Tyria where its people are plagued by war and chaos. Deep beneath the earth, five Elder Dragons have awoken and are now causing mass destruction in the lands. A hero must journey on a dangerous quest to unite the members of the adventuring guild, Destiny's Edge. Only by uniting the guild members will the people of Tyria have a chance against Zhaitan - the most powerful Elder Dragon who is bent on conquering the world.

In GW2, players will be able to build their own unique character from 5 different races including Humans, Sylvari, Asura, Norn and Charr. Each race has its unique racial skills that help players perform better in combat or survival. Players will be able to level up to 80 as they adventure in the lands of Tyria, completing quests and exploring dungeons dwelled by deadly enemies. Zhaitan awaits adventurers in his lair in the Ruined City of Arah. To defeat Zhaitan, players must gather allies and obtain powerful skills, weapons, armor in the world of Tyria.

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Rayioku 2 years 6 months ago

GW2 was my 3rd MMO game and at first, I thought that it was amazing. The leveling system was pretty well thought. There was no mob stealing for the quests which means even though you have just arrived at the questing zone and someone is already finishing the quest, you can still tag along and participate. It wouldn't give you the full exp from it but it will surely give you enough to satisfy your needs. When it comes to end game, which I am always enjoying the most in MMO's. It wasn't what I have expected. The PvE was fine, the mechanics were decent and it was a fun experience but the PVP part is what ruined the game for me a little bit. It was not balanced completely and the combat system felt glitchy and oversimplified.

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AzaleaValkyrie 9 years 1 week ago

Guild Wars 2 captured my attention from the beginning. Even at character creation, it makes the player feel like they matter, throwing you into a sprawling world that rewards you for exploration. The dynamic, inventive events (including Toypocalypse) make playing this game a unique experience every time you log on.

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aynessa 9 years 3 weeks ago

Guild Wars 2 is a bold approach to the traditional model, reinventing commonly expected MMO features to create an engaging, immersive gameplay that rewards players for doing what they love. The world is Tyria is massive and absolutely stunning, and worth every moment you spend inside.

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zolotic 9 years 3 weeks ago

Guild Wars 2 is the biggest "badass" MMO on the planet. Map is huge, graphics are solid, there is big aspect of characters, and etc. Best part is that you are actually making your own story, 100 percent different from all other players. Game is expanding and becoming even more exciting and bigger. The King of MMO!

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Kmhaner428 9 years 4 weeks ago

Guild Wars 2 is an artfully-rendered game of exploration, with flowing combat, reactive dodge mechanics, and player-built roles. Before the focus of the game changed to dynamic events, players were encouraged to build strong guilds and alliances with other players to tackle difficult content such as the Fractals of the Mists and World versus World. The 'living world' aspect of the game has since shifted much of the gamer's focus to the dynamic location-based events such as world bosses and world events, which anyone can participate in freely. The classes are well-balanced, each having a niche, and interaction with the world feels natural, snappy, and smooth. The story as you level is different from race to race, intriguing and consisting of a surprising depth many MMOs fail to capture. The player's initial choices when creating their character are reflected in the story quests, and the side quests are fulfilling, if repetitive. As the game expands, this will be a title to hold a place in any MMO gamer's heart.

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Lou4 9 years 4 weeks ago

Guild Wars 2 is the most fun I have had exploring in a game. Usually MMO's like this make the simple act of walking from one place to another. It's one of those rare games when once you finish the story, and hit max level you can still have fun playing around exploring.

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C_Evanidus 9 years 1 month ago

With its forgiving, customizable gameplay, and offering an expansive world to explore from a number of different origins, professions, and races, Guild Wars 2 cuts a pleasant path from other MMOs with its endlessly changing landscape. Dynamic events, large and small scale pvp, and an ever-evolving "living" story make this game a must-see for any type of gamer.

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mmtolsma 9 years 1 month ago

Five different races, eight different classes, massive areas to explore, hundreds of varying quests and impressive items to collect and craft. The visuals are amazing and the game-play is simple to grasp. Guild Wars 2 certainly has many redeeming qualities that make it one to add to your collection.

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nadiro 9 years 1 month ago

Guild Wars 2 is simply a mastepiece , from the incredible graphics to the amazing and astonishing gameplay that will leave your mouth watering. Going through Tyria and slowly putting the puzzles together , what an amazing story ! Even the side quest are interesting to do ( in every other mmorpg game , i left the side quests when finishing the main story , but not in GW2 ).

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fr34kfrag 9 years 1 month ago

Guild Wars 2 is a scientific experiment that belongs in a glass tube in a Museum somewhere exotic. This is what happens if you try unique and you win with WOW. This mmo has so much detail in it that it needs to be turned into a novel and sold as a 50 shades of grey for gamers. They have improved from the previous Guild Wars almost too much and it sometimes feel like a new mmo if it wasn't for the many story lines, pulling you back to it's roots. This is free and needs your attention...NOW!!

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Yarusenai 9 years 1 month ago

Giving you an open and interesting world to explore, Guild Wars 2 is a fresh and enjoyable take on a genre that is slowly becoming a solved puzzle with no pieces left. No run-of-the-mill quests, tons of events and a strong community are only a small part of the reasons this game continues to stand out.

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iriaki 9 years 1 month ago

Guild Wars 2 is an amazing game. You can create your character according to the skills it has. But you can create one or more at each skill so you can play all of them! When playing you get hooked with the environment and the quests that time flies by. It’s a very good choice and you enjoy every minute of the game. So it’s a must have game.

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LichelleBelle 9 years 1 month ago

I died from happiness when I first started playing. Had a pre-order ready and everything. The graphics alone can keep me going for days, the gameplay encourages cooperation with other plays on missions as well as stopping to help someone whom appears to be struggling against a mighty foe (or wolf), and the character creation are all wonderful parts to this game. Changes that occur due to choices made affect all aspects. Love the attention to detail. Superb!

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StacyWV 9 years 1 month ago

MMOs can sometimes start to feel too similar, GW2 offers unique gameplay and character advancement. The character races are anything but run-of-the-mill, which is refreshing. The artwork in the game is stunning, and the storyline makes for some interesting lore.

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eriche12 9 years 1 month ago

A game that takes a fresh approach to the world of MMOs. Fresh, addictive and above all fun.

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