This game is easily the best console multi-player RPG I've ever played
David Lewis, Amazon
15 November 2014
Summary: I had to dedicate an entire save card to this game, because every single one of my friends had their own character, and playing this game is easily the most popular thing to do when people come to my house. Fortunately, the game's ability to import characters from one saved game into another means that everybody can work on their characters alone or in any combination, and I even had a copy of my character that I played alone, a different one that I only played with my...
Summary: One of my favorite two player co-op games. I love the multiple options for character profile and that you can import previous characters into new games. Perfect co-op mode as well, no split screen. Overall great game!
Summary: When this came in the mail, i was excited to play it. But for some reson it wouldnt load probably after few minutes of playing. Loading screens would freeze and trying to access the merchants wouldnt load. I check the disc to see if there were any scratches or possibly just needed cleaning. There are few good cratches on it, even in the middle of the disc. Why i havent made any sort if complaint is because it started to work properly somehow.
Summary: I loved Champions of Norrath. Last night I finished beating it using the Wood Elf Ranger. Probably my most favorite character ever - I loved the combination of melee ability and ranged arrows and cold/fire arrows. This game is addictive. If you like dungeon crawls with lots of hack-n-slash, collecting treasure and leveling up to get new skills, this game is as good as any I have played. Loved it, beginning to end. I started playing it 2-player with my daughter, too.
Summary: I went ahead and bought this game based on the generally positive reviews it's received here. After playing it however, I'm baffled and a little suspicious - as I am with anything Sony puts it's name on these days. Ok, yeah, granted this game is old but, it does prove that Sony is very successful in it's continued quest to run the EQ franchise into the ground. For EQ fans, let me just state that the lore is completely butchered in this game.
Champions of Norrath:Realms of Everquest .... Love It
12 June 2012
Summary: I had searched my hometown for what seemed like decades trying to find Champions of Norrath:Realms of Everquest all for naught.When it finally occurred to me to look online I was pleasantly surprised to find it at an incredibly reasonable price at Amazon.I had Champions:Return to Arms (the second game of the Champions series) for numerous years,& now I'm rather happy to say I have both games of the series.My son & I have already been playing Realms of Everquest for...
Summary: I love this game. My brother has a copy and I played with him until I graduated high school. Then I got my own copy. It's the best! Especially after a stressful day where you just want to beat something to a pulp and all the local racket ball courts are busy or closed.
Summary: I sometimes find it hard to find a game that I actually enjoy, but this is one game that I will play over and over. I have had it for about a month and I am already on my second time through. The graphics are great and the game play is smooth. I tend to like the hack and slash type of games and this one delivers! There are a few areas that I do not find that enjoyable to play, but it is just my opinion and that is why I only gave it four stars instead of five.
Summary: If you are looking for a two player rpg for the PS2 system, this is one of the better ones. It's a fun, but typical, hack and slash rpg. You run around and kill things, collect weapons, etc. The character choices are interesting and customizable. As a chick, I really appreciated all of the choices for female characters. The only reason I played this was because of it being two-player co-op.