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EverQuest: Hero's Call 2
Game Description:Hero's Call 2 follows in the footsteps of its predecessor. The dungeons are laid out differently and there are major changes are in the weapon and magic departments. You have access to new weapons and spells -- powerful magic that strikes fear, blindness, and confusion into your enemies. You still wander mazes and dungeons, slaying monsters by walking up to them and pressing an "action" button. Beating a dungeon usually gives you enough gold to head aboveground and buy new items, making future dungeons a little easier to survive -- and you'll need the help because the beasts are no push-overs. Fortunately, you can access sub-screens that detail monsters -- their names, their powers, and personal stats. Should you get roughed up, just find a quiet corner and allow your health to regenerate.
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