Reviews and Problems with Everquest II: Sentinels Fate
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Really nice game
W. Ohlrich, Amazon
4 June 2010
Summary: I just got this game. I had played a year or so ago and left because it seemed I could not solo like I wanted and the spells and such were confusing. But, this game sure fits the bill now. Graphics and game play are very nice as well as solo play. Just seems like a more player friendly game. i am glad as i am sooo tired of wow and i have tried all the others.
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: 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: We've been play EQ2 since release, and we've tried all the others hoping for a true next-gen product. There just is no game better than this one. If you haven't played in a while, give yourself a treat and try it out again. SOE has worked hard to make it a great experience and constantly upgrade and update the game so that it is never stagnant. All levels of play are considered, from solo to raiding. And the world is huge!
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: After years of MMORPG, several playing EQ1, EQ2, AOC and WoW, I must say that the return to EQ2 felt (and is still feeling) very good indeed. It is aging very well and the newest graphic card allow us to finally take full advantage of the high-end graphics quality levels. This games scores high on "immersion" when compared to others. You FEEL like a part of that world.