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Take on the role of d'Artagnan in his quest to become a Musketeer. Beginning in a small 17th century village, you will journey to Paris and befriend the famous three Musketeers: Athos, Porthos, and Aramis. When the evil Cardinal Richelieu launches a plot to disgrace the queen, you'll have to use your wits and skills with the sword to defend her honor. Gather loot, duel enemies, and fire flintlocks in this swashbuckling epic. This role playing game is a faithful adaptation of the original Three Musketeers story. All the intrigue and adventure has been preserved. You'll battle the cardinal's Guards, evade the villainous Milady de Winter, and attempt to save the beautiful Constance Bonacieux. Along with the main story, there are numerous mini-games and side quests to experience. Musketeers love to gamble, so try your hand at a game of cards or a throw of the dice. Stop by the royal tennis courts for a quick game of real tennis. Save maidens in distress, or avenge an old friend. The world of 17th century France is yours to explore. It took 165 years, but this classic tale has finally been turned into a video game. All for one and one for all!
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