You’ll still be playing this classic come sunrise
For those unfamiliar with the series, Guild Wars allows you to team up with fellow players and undertake quests together, although there is also a mode should you wish to compete against fellow humanoids.
It introduces two new classes and hero characters, which are non-playable units that fight alongside you, making solo gameplay much more enjoyable. The combat is a little clumsy, however, relying on plenty of manipulating the interface, which is a far cry from the kind of frenetic battles befitting your motley crew.
It looks beautiful, taking place on vast deserts juxtaposed by lush green forests, and it’s easy to spend hours moving around the locales, either on your own or with fellow players.
Warhammer: Mark of Chaos
Almost a hammer horror but this doesn’t quite nail it
The lack of subscription fees makes it an ideal introduction to the online games scene
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Overall Guild Wars: Nightfall is a great-add on a worthy purchase for online role players
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