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Download Enclave PC Game 2003

The award-winning original version of Enclave was developed by Starbreeze Studios and released in 2002 on Xbox, and 2003 on PC. TopWare Interactive successfully re-released HD versions on Windows, OSX, Linux, and the Nintendo Wii in 2012. Enclave HD is developed under license of TopWare Interactive and will arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch with upgraded visuals and SFX, an enhanced soundtrack with over 20 new tracks, remastered music from the original game's soundtrack, and more!

Enclave is a video game published in 2003 on Windows by Atari Europe S.A.S.U., Vivendi Universal Games, Inc., Akella, TopWare Interactive AG, Conspiracy Entertainment Corp.. It's a role-playing (rpg) game, set in a fantasy, action rpg, hack & slash and puzzle elements themes.

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Source files of Enclave's official levels have never been released. In an effort to remedy this, I've put together a set of examples and documentation which cover most major effects from the game. It also contains a collection of recreated level geometry and prefabs. This download is meant as a companion to the already released Ogier documentation and further expands on the engine's systems with a focus on Enclave. (Although much of it can also be applied to games such as Knights of the Temple.)

Enclave Download Free Full Game is a third-person 3D action role-playing game from Starbreeze Studios, released for Microsoft Windows and Xbox on July 19, 2002. A Nintendo GameCube version was also in development but was eventually cancelled in early 2003. A Wii port, titled Enclave: Shadows of Twilight, was originally slated for the middle of June 2010,[3] and was finally released in Europe on May 22, 2012.[4]

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The year 2002 ended with LucasArts officially confirming a release date of April 15, 2003.[21][22] They also announced on December 20, 2002 that the ground-based component of Star Wars Galaxies would be called An Empire Divided and that the game's online community had grown to over 400,000 users since its original release in November 2000. This represented one of the largest ever fan communities amassed for any game prior to retail availability.[21]

The base game, An Empire Divided, was released in the United States on June 26, 2003 to mixed reviews. Galaxies was most criticized for numerous bugs and broken features that plagued the game.[24] After release, the developers continued working on the features cut during the delay. In November 2003, two of those most anticipated features, creature mounts and player-created cities were enabled. Also, on November 7, 2003 it was announced that the first player had unlocked a Force-sensitive character slot needed to become a Jedi.[source?]

On November 7, 2003, An Empire Divided was released in Europe. A localized version for the Japanese market was published by Electronic Arts Japan on December 23, 2004. However, Japanese acceptance of the game was low, and in November 2005 the servers were shut down and existing accounts migrated to US servers.[source?]

At the time of its initial release, the game was very different than it was at the time of its closure. Vehicles and creature mounts were not yet implemented. While player housing was in the game, player cities were not. (Those features were added in November 2003.) Each character and creature possessed three "pools" (called Health, Action, and Mind; or "HAM") that represented his or her physical and mental reserves. Most attacks specifically targeted one of these three pools, and any action the character took also depleted one or more of the pools. When any one of those pools was fully depleted, the character would fall unconscious. Combat required the player to carefully manage his or her actions to avoid depleting a pool.

Jedi were not available as a starting profession, nor even as an advanced profession. The developers stated only that certain in-game actions would open up a Force-sensitive character slot. The actions required were left for players to discover. It eventually turned out that characters had to achieve Master level in five random professions. The identity of four of those necessary professions could be learned via looted holocrons, but the fifth had to be found via trial and error. The first Force-sensitive character slot was unlocked on November 7, 2003.[31]

On June 24, 2011, SOE announced that Star Wars Galaxies and the Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game would permanently shut down on December 15, 2011, primarily due to Star Wars: The Old Republic effectively replacing it. Additionally, the ability to purchase cards and booster packs for the trading card game was disabled. Starting September 15, 2011, the game became unavailable for purchase at retail or through digital download, and no new or reactivated accounts were allowed after this date. Additionally, all billing for the game was turned off on this date; any accounts that were active and in good standing at the time were able to play the game for the remainder of time for free, and any such accounts were able to try any SOE game for free as a full member.[2] After the shutdown, some former players created servers that emulate the pre-CU and NGE version of the game.[37][38]

Reviews for the initial launch of the game in 2003 were mostly positive. The game was praised for its lush graphics, liberal use of the film soundtracks, massive world size, character customization, creative creature ecology, complex skill system, player economy interdependencies and its sandbox approach. Reviewers criticized the overwhelming complexity of the game, PvP/PVE combat imbalances of the professions, bugginess and lack of quest content.[41] The reviews for the first expansion, Jump To Lightspeed, praised the new space combat but criticized the ground game for its lack of sufficient improvement.[42] The reviews for the second expansion, Rage Of The Wookiees, lauded the new quest content for current subscribers but lamented the Combat Upgrade and the continued bugginess of the game.[43] The third expansion, Trials Of Obi-Wan, once again introduced new quest and content and the planet Mustafar. However, two weeks later a new system called NGE was introduced, which forever changed the play style of Star Wars Galaxies and removed some of the content that was included with Trials Of Obi-Wan.[44]

Another set of game changes dubbed the "New Game Enhancements" (NGE) began testing on November 4, 2005, going live on November 15 via digital download, and became available in retail as the Star Wars Galaxies: Starter Kit on November 22. Changes included the reduction of the 34 original professions to nine "iconic" ones. There were criticisms of the changes in some reviews, and negative player feedback was noted by media outlets outside the gaming industry, including CBS News, New York Times, New York Post and Wired Magazine.[57][58][59][60] On Slashdot, president of SOE John Smedley explained that they felt it necessary to revamp the game to the NGE in order to reverse the deterioration they were seeing in the subscriber base.[61] The development team affirmed this was their desired direction for the game, and they were slowly modifying parameters to address players' desires.[60] This progress included the re-introduction of some pre-NGE features that were removed, such as creature handling, target locking, auto-firing, the ability to fire special attacks from their keys, and the option to keep the camera behind the character, rather than the NGE's over-the-shoulder perspective.[29] The development team also gave each profession a set of "Expertise trees" to bring back some complexity and differentiation to characters.[source?] Thousands of players canceled their accounts as a result of the NGE.[source?] In a 2014 reddit chat, Smedley wrote that he "would do everything differently" if given a chance to relaunch the game, and that SOE's next project would please players of Star Wars Galaxies.[62] 041b061a72


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