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Sony Online Entertainment | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 11/08/04)  | Pub:Sony Online Entertainment
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Hybrid | Monthly Fee:n/a
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EverQuest II Rating

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loupokami writes: I tried playing this game back in 2005, but had been playing WoW for a year prior, so I never gave this game any time. In fact, since WoW came out at about the same time this did, this game was overlooked when it probably shouldn't have been. It's a pretty solid game, very fun despite there being like no one around. I've been playing for a couple days on and off and got to level 20. I like the quests, I haven't grouped yet, so I don't know how the 5 mans are. So far I've been enjoying this. It has a nice classic feel to it that I miss in a lot of newer mmo's coming out. I probably should have played this in its prime, but WoW at the time was much more engaging. Tue Aug 25 2015 11:46AM
Temporis_MMO writes: Old game is old Wed Jul 16 2014 11:40PM
Hoppimike writes: Good game, but a bit quiet and dated now. Nice housing system though :) Mon Mar 31 2014 3:03PM
Jeger_Wulf writes: I am a PvE-focued, long-time MMO player. This game is the game I would play if money were no object. I think it's the best MMO out there right now. Challenges occur at all levels. If you have a good PvE team, there are challenging dungeons from about level 10 up. Unfortunately, I don't like the ftp model much, so I have moved on to LotRO, Neverwinter, and Marvel Heroes. None of them are quite as fun, but all have much more forgiving free to play models. Thu Jan 23 2014 5:02PM
Reverielle writes: Just one of many things I enjoy: I love the 'hidden' quests in EQ2 that you only realise your character's on from paying attention to the dialogue when talking to NPCs. You really get the feeling sometimes that you're doing missions that few find. In an mmo that's a very valuable but unfortunately very rare feeling. Wonderful Depth. Wed Dec 25 2013 7:37AM
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