Summary: EQ2 ia a very addictive game but one that gives tremendous pleasure and relaxation. I am an older senior and my daughter and son-in-law are the ones who got me "hooked" on the game. I have been playing it for over 7 years and have every expansion they have come out with and am looking forward to another one coming out I believe in November of this year. When they named it "Everquest" they could not have selected a more appropriate title. There is ALWAYS something to do.
Summary: Great game, wonderful world, excellent character development great combat, traditional style of graphics, not preteen colors and characters. Traditional AD&D flavor. Get a group/guild, multibox on more than one account. Tough to catch up to the uberest. Must invest large quantities of your life to advance to uberdom. Depending on your PoV on life, you couldn't waste your time playing this game. It is a lush and vibrant world ripe with quests, creatures and adventure.
Summary: I had a lot of fun with the xpac and have already pre ordered the next. SF offered a lot of new content and well of course levels. I had fun getting my toons to 90 and getting to see all the new content involved with it. AND of course clearing it before the coming xpac. SoE worries me some times, but this xpac was worth it and I am excited for the next one to come.
Summary: Sentinel's Fate is currently the latest expansion for the Everquest II franchise. It offers new lands to explore and a level cap increase from 85 to 90 as well as several new items, quests, and tradeskill recipes. The collector's addition also includes your choice between 2 versions of a "highland stalker", a large feline mount that will increase your movement speed by 65%.
Summary: I have played EQ2 for 5 1/2 years and bought this one for my daughter who is 9. She loves to play it and its fun to play together. Great game and there plenty of stuff to do so you dont get bored after a month.
Summary: EQ2 is a solid and fun game with the most mature (adult) community of any of the top fantasy MMOGs I've played (WoW, LoTRO, etc). Granted the client engine needs some work and some of the older zones are a strange mix of high-res texture and low poly edges, once you really get into the game, you enjoy it.