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[Xbox One] Tom Clancy's The Division £17.99 (Used)(Grainger Games)

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A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-sup… Read More
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A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, Division agents are trained to operate independently in order to save society. When society falls, your mission begins.

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Total breakdown
We live in a fragile and complex world, a web of interdependent systems we rely on every day. When one fails, others follow, creating a deadly domino effect that can cripple society in just days. In Tom Clancy’s The Division™, immerse yourself in a frighteningly chaotic and devastated New York City, where society is failing. As a Division agent, your mission is to restore order, team up with other agents and take back New York.

Clancy Redefined
Welcome to an online, open-world, Action RPG experience where exploration and player-progression are essential. Use your skills, weapons and wits in combat. Play in a persistent and dynamic environment that combines the Tom Clancy™ series’ core authenticity and tactical decisions, RPG action, trading and much more.

Seamless Massive Multiplayer
Seamlessly team up with friends and use your combined skills to fight the crisis, investigate the sources of the virus and engage all threats, even your own citizens. Improve your gear with player-to-player trading, and fight through a city where danger can come from anywhere and anyone at any moment.

Gear Up
As part of The Division, harness state-of-the-art technology: both networked and prototyped. Loot fallen foes and craft new, improved gear. Completely customize your go-bag, an agent’s only supplies in the event of collapse, and communicate with the other agents at all times with your smart watch. Customize your agent with thousands of weapon types, skill combinations, gear and much more. The choices you make will help forge a recovery or plunge the city deeper into chaos.
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#1
Even with all its bad points it's worth this price for the amount of content you go through, it does go abit flat once you hit level 30 but still enjoyable teaming up with friends to redo things on a harder difficulty.
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dave859
Even with all its bad points it's worth this price for the amount of content you go through, it does go abit flat once you hit level 30 but still enjoyable teaming up with friends to redo things on a harder difficulty.


Is there any game to be had in 10 years though? It's my concern with these stupid online multiplayer/no campaign games.. Once everyone moves on to newer games a game like this is unplayable! Or is there content for a solo run in 10 years time for nostalgia's sake? :/
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Mathaeus
dave859
Even with all its bad points it's worth this price for the amount of content you go through, it does go abit flat once you hit level 30 but still enjoyable teaming up with friends to redo things on a harder difficulty.


Is there any game to be had in 10 years though? It's my concern with these stupid online multiplayer/no campaign games.. Once everyone moves on to newer games a game like this is unplayable! Or is there content for a solo run in 10 years time for nostalgia's sake? :/


10years lol, think the way players have dropped off we will be lucky if the servers are still up in 2years. But this game would be boring playing solo as it never really has any meaning other than shoot loot level up.
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Mathaeus
dave859
Even with all its bad points it's worth this price for the amount of content you go through, it does go abit flat once you hit level 30 but still enjoyable teaming up with friends to redo things on a harder difficulty.
Is there any game to be had in 10 years though? It's my concern with these stupid online multiplayer/no campaign games.. Once everyone moves on to newer games a game like this is unplayable! Or is there content for a solo run in 10 years time for nostalgia's sake? :/

Must admit this is one of my biggest annoyances about modern gaming, the over focus on multiplayer/being online. You buy a game and in years to come, may not be able to play it all or in part. However, I can still put Sonic back in my Mega Drive and play that, in full, some 20+ years later!

Edited By: cjblfc on Aug 18, 2016 10:59
#5
cjblfc
Mathaeus
dave859
Even with all its bad points it's worth this price for the amount of content you go through, it does go abit flat once you hit level 30 but still enjoyable teaming up with friends to redo things on a harder difficulty.
Is there any game to be had in 10 years though? It's my concern with these stupid online multiplayer/no campaign games.. Once everyone moves on to newer games a game like this is unplayable! Or is there content for a solo run in 10 years time for nostalgia's sake? :/

Must admit this is one of my biggest annoyances about modern gaming, the over focus on multiplayer/being online. You buy a game and in years to come, may not be able to play it all or in part. However, I can still put Sonic back in my Mega Drive and play that, in full, some 20+ years later!


We share a boat.. I haven't bought any online only/multiplayer games (Star Wars/titanfall/this ect) despite really wanting to play them for this exact reason! They can only exist here and now? In 10-20 years time even 4-6 months in some cases they will be completely unplayable :/ seems really dumb from a development point of view.. There will be kids new to gaming in years to come that will never get to play these games how they were intended.. Just stupid!
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cjblfc
Mathaeus
dave859
Even with all its bad points it's worth this price for the amount of content you go through, it does go abit flat once you hit level 30 but still enjoyable teaming up with friends to redo things on a harder difficulty.
Is there any game to be had in 10 years though? It's my concern with these stupid online multiplayer/no campaign games.. Once everyone moves on to newer games a game like this is unplayable! Or is there content for a solo run in 10 years time for nostalgia's sake? :/

Must admit this is one of my biggest annoyances about modern gaming, the over focus on multiplayer/being online. You buy a game and in years to come, may not be able to play it all or in part. However, I can still put Sonic back in my Mega Drive and play that, in full, some 20+ years later!


Sometimes I put sonic on just for the soundtrack let alone the speedy gameplay :) it has lost none of its charm for me.. The one game I return to the most is the original doom though! What a masterpiece that game is..

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