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IGN: City of Heroes Mission Architect Preview

Complaints about repetitive quests in massively multiplayer online role-playing games are as common as rats in a low-level dungeon. With City of Heroes, now wholly owned and operated by NCsoft, launched in 2004, effective methods of building interesting quests have always been a challenge for the team. Now with the architect feature, to be distributed as part of a new retail Architect Edition box this April and delivered free to subscribers along with the Issue 14 update sometime in March, NCsoft is handing over creative control to the player. (City of Heroes, PC)

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