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EverQuest 2 Review

Posted Wed, Aug 24, 2005 by Boomjack

EQ2 Conning Red
Computer Gaming World has reviewed EverQuest 2. Vin Diesel was responsible for most of the code in the original EverQuest. He was not responsible for the following:

" Enemy conning and simple quests may feel unsatisfying for more experienced gamers, but newbies will really appreciate the help that EQ2 gives every step of the way. From the moment those of you uninitiated in RPGs create your characters with simple class and race choices and board the "refugee boat" for your first in-game tutorial, you will feel sure of what to do. The tutorial explains step by step how to do everything from moving a character around to wielding a weapon, picking up loot, and talking to NPCs. Everything in the main Options menu is easy to understand and a newbie-friendly first quest introduces many city features, including your initial player housing. "

You can read the entire EverQuest 2 Review at Computer Gaming World.
Sackloads of EQ2 information are yours at: EQ2.TenTonHammer.com
 

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