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El epítome de los juegos multijugador masivos, la mezcla definitiva de profundidad, patrimonio y comunidad.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 7 de Dic, 2011
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EverQuest® II es el epítome de los juegos multijugador masivos - la mejor mezcla de características profundas, patrimonio y comunidad.
Explora un mundo online enorme donde los amigos vienen juntos en busca de aventuras y socialización. Sumérgete en los lugares más emocionantes del juego, tierras misteriosas, batallas intensas, emocionantes búsquedas y logros sorprendentes. Con gráficos impresionantes, un vasto, hermoso y peligroso mundo para explorar, EverQuest II establece el estándar para los juegos online MMORPG. ¡Ahora, tú puedes experimentar EverQuest II Free to Play. Your Way!™*

Tu personaje, tu historia, tu aventura!

  • 90 niveles de juego sin precedentes!
  • Gran Herencia y tradición con el contenido del juego que abarca 7 años y 6 expansiones
  • Una comunidad próspera, amable y con miles de clanes
  • Más de 5.000 criaturas para luchar y más de 8.000 misiones para completar Centenares de magníficos, crecientes y peligrosos entornos para explorar
  • Independiente sistema nivelado de intercambio con líneas de misiones profundas
  • Soporte completo para los diferentes estilos de juego: Solo, Grupos, Bandas y PVP
  • Nuestro sistema de buscador de calabozos te ayuda a unirte a diversos grupos
  • Sistema de alojamiento único y sólido con docenas de estilos, miles de objetos y un sistema de Puntuación de Casas.
  • Emocionantes eventos de temporada y vacaciones para condimentar el año
  • Un amplio mercado en el juego que contiene pociones, armas, armaduras, clases, razas, monturas y mucho más!
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Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows® XP Service Pack 2, Windows® Vista o Windows® 7
    • Procesador: Pentium® 4 o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 10 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica equivalente a nVidia GeForce FX 5700 / ATI Radeon 9500 o superior*
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX
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A 58 de 67 personas (87%) les ha sido útil este análisis
134.3 h registradas
Everquest 2 is in the same league as World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2, and even the new Final Fantasy MMO, but none of these other games are so evolved they’ve revolutionized the overall experience. This results in an overload of similar content presented through different layers of graphics, lore, classes, creatures and underlying support systems (such as crafting and raiding). Don’t get me wrong, many of the games have “unique perk features” (e.g. GW2 allows you to dodge attacks), but these perk features don’t qualify as bringing MMOGs to the next level of gaming experience.

EQ2 trumps the competition when it comes to overall content, playability, many features and functionality; and in some cases far beyond the other games.

1. Mercenary, which is like having another player with you, a single character can solo most of the dungeons and heroic areas/monsters of the game. This opens all players who use a mercenary up to the majority of the content without having to look for a group and rely on others to play.

2. Alternate Advancement, a system that allows the player to decide what percentage (up to 100%) of their experience they want to go to this secondary point system, which opens some new skills.

3. Quests, EQ2 has an unique balance of presentation for it's quests. The players can quickly and blindly click through things to move on through the next step whereas players who are heavy into a storyline/lore can interact and engage with the NPC. The rewards are also well designed and refined imo.

4. Guild, EQ2's guild system brings their players together, sharing their accomplishments and keeping them connected better than any other MMO. The guild system with automatic notifications toward the player's achievements, level gains, and finding valuable items. It also has a built in Voice Chat which works great. EQ2 has the best Guild system out of all mmo games. Period. EQ2's guild system also have the Guild Hall (home of the guild). No other mmo game comes remotely close afaik.
Publicado: 29 de Abril
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A 23 de 25 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
132.1 h registradas
Five years into playing this, I have yet to find another MMO that immerses me in quite the same way or has the variety of content for all playing styles. I'd recommend it in a heartbeat.
Publicado: 23 de Junio
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A 21 de 27 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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An absurd amount of content that's worth your time to explore. One of SOE's greatest accomplishments.
Publicado: 19 de Junio
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A 5 de 6 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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I do enjoy this game, let's make that clear. Just because I put negatives just means I'm being honest, as no game has zero negatives. So here goes...

The gameplay is pretty much the same as wow or swtor, while the story is all text. It's click the response bubbles to progress, unlike the old style Hail them and try to guess what to say or look it up online. Nothing wrong with that, as it's a huge leap forward from the first eq. In fact, everything that felt inadequate or annoying from the first game has been fixed while still keeping the same overall feel. You can actually get a feel for what will destroy you vs what will be a good difficulty for your gear, at least after a little trial and error as you change between different expansions.

As far as the f2p experience goes, it starts to noticeably suck after about lvl 80. the forced 50% exp to AA (skill point system) seems fine at first, but then you finish all the areas with quests that aren't grey (too low for EXP), and still lack the lvls to start more. When I ask the ppl for advice, they say get a mercenary ($24 unlock) or subscribe ($10-$14 / month) which completely contradicts the point of a f2p game. Also the lvl cap is 92 as f2p vs the 95 for subscribers. All of the overpowered gear for 92 is also in ToV, which you have to buy. Buying expansions isn't exactly bad for a f2p, but when it hinders you so badly that you feel forced to pay, it is a bad thing.

The only thing that makes this lvling system work is the incredibly useful mentor system. Long description short, you can lower your effective lvl for as long as you like, either to your groupmate's or a lvl you specify at a chronomage. This means you can go to an area you might have skipped, or to a dungeon you couldn't solo with the gear you have now and wail on the enemies there while still getting exp.

I've played a lot of f2p games, and I even quit playing this one for a while. The trouble was that at about lvl 30 (or earlier depending where you go), the quest help just stops. It doesn't show you where to go anymore. So, then you have to download a mod, EQ2maps just to find quest locations, but even that fails sometimes. After playing all of the other promising games out there, I came back because it's still the best one. The community is by far more friendly and english oriented than other games, the story more in depth, the features more unique. The only thing that really disappoints me is the character classes. basically, the ones on the left are the good aligned version of the ones in that row, except for channeler and beastlord, which you can't play as f2p. There are minor differences between them, such as illusionist having wizard spells + another you as a caster pet vs. the coercer being a wizard with a charmed pet that you have to constantly re-charm. The warlock is the evil version of the wizard, but it's a necromancer with no pet. So, don't listen when the game says it has X number of classes.

Like pretty much every other MMO, if you don't have a friend or 2 to start with, or if you aren't the type to join guilds or good at getting groups together, you won't have fun later on. Nobody uses the group finder because they just use a merc. If you are sociable and like to be in a helpful guild or have real life friends to play with, then you'll really dig it.
Publicado: 8 de Agosto
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Probably the most addictive game I've ever played in my life.
It's pretty much 97% free as well, unlike many other MMORPG's that claim they're free, you don't have to pay your way to make progress. This is such a well made game, it's crazy!
Publicado: 12 de Mayo
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A 5 de 13 personas (38%) les ha sido útil este análisis
Lu historia se desarrolla en la Tercera Edad del Sol de la Tierra Media, un lugar ficticio poblado por hombres y otras razas antropomorfas como los hobbits, los elfos o los enanos, así como por muchas otras criaturas reales y fantásticas. El juego narra el viaje del protagonista principal, el hobbit Frodo Bolsón, para destruir el Anillo Único y la consiguiente guerra que provocará el enemigo para recuperarlo, ya que es la principal fuente de poder de su creador, el Señor oscuro Sauron.

El Cid se encuentra con Frodo, y juntos cabalgan a lomos de Rocinante para destruir el Anillo Único, pero Dovahkiin no se lo pondrá tan fácil.

Además, la escena con Serious Sam y los Power Rangers es muy divertida.
Publicado: 9 de Diciembre, 2011
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