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Release Date: Fall 2003
Genre: Real-Time Strategy (RTS)
Platform: PC
Rating: Rating Pending
Developer: Rapid Eye Entertainment
Price: $49.99

Game Description
Lords of EverQuest is the next-generation of Real-Time Strategy games. Inspired by the world of online gaming phenomenon EverQuest®, Lords of EverQuest features an enthralling storyline drawing gamers to the land of Tunaria as they control one of 15 Lords and manage massive armies in their quest for domination.

Featuring three different unique factions with which to do battle and a beautiful game world filled with breathtaking environments, Lords of EverQuest challenges players to command more than a hundred troops comprised of Humans, Elves, Dwarves, Fiends and Dragons! Battle squadrons of hungry kobolds, companies of bloodthirsty undead zombies, and armies of evil creatures as you learn powerful magic that can be used to fight or heal while building skills for the ultimate challenge. After the story is over, the game has just begun as you take your game online and play via Sony Online Entertainment’s upcoming matchmaking service.

Features

• An epic story playable from three unique perspectives that involves more than 75 hours of single player action
• Three completely different factions, each with their own special units and strategies
• More than 60 different unit types
• Hundreds of items and magical artifacts to add to units
• 36 challenging single player maps and dozens of multiplayer maps
• Level up Lords and uncover even greater power as all units gain experience and abilities
• A spell and ability system with more than 125 unique properties
• Multiplayer options – both LAN and online – with multiple game types for up to 12 players – No subscription fee required
• State of the art custom 3D engine providing cutting-edge 3D graphics with more than 3 levels of zoom, 32 bit color and support for 1600x1200 resolution for superior detail
• Carry over key units from mission to mission
• Developed by Rapid Eye Entertainment, creators of the Might and Magic and Heroes of Might and Magic series

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