Summary: This is the umpteeth expansion for EverQuest II, which is still doing well some 7 years after launch. The game has recently gone "Free To Play" (with restrictions, of course) so now is a great time to jump in and check things out, or come back if you used to play.
Summary: I recently came back to EQ2 and purchased this as much of the content is needed once you hit level 85 to progress. I think its a light expansion and look forward to the promised addons from Sony. All in all worth the money.
Summary: Bought this game because did not want to download the 12GB this game takes, however when it did its update it needed another 4GB to make it current. So not really worth buying since there was nothing in the box to make it worth buying it for.
Summary: Okay, I can almost hear all of you asking me: "WHY? are you NUTS?" Firstly, my computer is just under the minimum recommended spec required for this game: AMD Duron 950 (100MHz FSB), 1GB 133MHz SDRAM (yes the old stuff), Radeon 9800Pro 128MB (Running at 4X AGP) - You get the idea.
Summary: I've been playing MMORPGs (beta and released games) for over 5 years now, and I keep coming back to Sony Online Entertainment games. Both EverQuest and it seems now EverQuest II have staying power with me. I am finding the graphics and complexity of the world in EQ2 amazing, sometimes breathtaking.
Quite a bit of mis-information in some of these reviews
C. Morris, Amazon
5 November 2004
Summary: To those out there who are afraid this game will only only have 2 cities, I think that has been a misunderstanding. Although the main EQ2 page mentions only 2 STARTING cities that are at war, they seem to quite clear that they want the rest of the world to be somewhat of a mystery. ..
Summary: This game is better than the first, I've been in the beta for just under a week now and love the game a lot. It's really easy to get into and the graphics look amazing even on balanced settings. I look forward to this game should be great.