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Everquest II Member Review for the PC

hellrazer By:
hellrazer
12/09/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE MMORPG 
PLAYERS 1- 999 
PUBLISHER Sony Online 
DEVELOPER Sony Online 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

Wow.... There are some words that i would have to imput in to say what a game this was. I have been playing it for about 5 months now and i have to say they have done a decent job on the creation of it

 For awhile now i have not really enjoyed Mmorpg's. They have been dissapointing to say the least. I had started with guild wars, and once i hit lvl 20 all i could say was... "Thats It?" It was short and uneventful. I had decided to give it one more shot by Trying out WoW, and that just shot me down the pipe. It looked cartoon and it just didnt hold any attention span what so ever. I didnt want to try anymore but my friend convinced me to give everquest 2 a chance. I was suprised at the gameplay and how it turned out.

 This game holds your intrest and pushes it further when you go farther into the game. You get to pick between a wide varity of classes and looks. another thing i thought was cleaver was how they set up the guilds and there banks. For that you would need to look it up as it would take to long to describe. There are also very many more adult like players, which makes it a much better envirnment. I would say that WoW starts with the 10-13 age group, Guild wars hits a little higher at 10-16 and Eq2 would hit the highest with 13-19+. Even when the younger players are around they hold what they say in a mature aspect. A great game choice for the Mmo lovers you dont mind dishing out monthy payments.

  •  +The overall look 
  •  +Gameplay Style
  •  +Lots of different realms for attention grabers

 

  •  -The eq2 staff can be annoying
  •  -The way they sale expansions
  •  -People spead to thin on to many servers

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