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NCsoft launches City of Heroes Mac Special Edition

updated 06:30 pm EST, Thu January 8, 2009

City of Heroes for Mac

NCsoft has launched City of Heroes for the Mac, a massive multiplayer online (MMO) game where users create either a villain or hero, and do battle against creatures, giant monsters, and other players inside player-versus-player zones. Previously only available as an open beta, players can now receive the full copy as a digital-only Mac Special Edition. With the edition, users can expect access to the full City of Heroes and City of Villians game, twelve possible character slots to choose from, and exclusive in-game-items including a mission teleport power and a Valkyrie themed costume set.

Players can also receive one month of game time after activating with either a game time card or valid credit card. The game contains hundreds of different powers and thousands of costumes for users to choose from, as they explore either Paragon City or the Rogue Isles. NCsoft has priced the game at $20.






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  1. doppler73

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    Great Game

    If you want to try out the MMO genre of games, this is a very good one to go to... or if you need an alternative to World of Warcraft, try this one out. I've played for a while on the Windows side and I'm happy to now be playing it on my platform of choice. :)

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