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EverQuest Online Adventures Videos and Trailers - PS2

Game Description:The game that revolutionized the online RPG genre finally makes its way to the PS2. Set in a time 500 years before the original EverQuest, this title contains many of the same elements of its PC predecessor and a few new surprises. The key to the success of this franchise lies in its ability to support an online community. Gamers create characters from one of 10 races and 14 classes and interact in real time with other players from around the globe. Veterans will notice that the action takes place on only one continent as opposed to the three continents from the PC version of Everquest. However, what is sacrificed in scope is gained in a vastly improved combat system that takes advantage of the PS2's strengths. This subscription-based massively multiplayer online game also supports a USB keyboard to facilitate interaction. Everquest can also be played offline in one-person mode.
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