Welcome to EverQuest ® - the online game that started it all! No other MMO matches EverQuest's content that includes 18 expansions, plus the original base game.
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Data di rilascio: 13 dic 2012

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Gioca a Everquest ®

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Informazioni sul gioco

Welcome to EverQuest ® - the online game that started it all! No other MMO matches EverQuest's content that includes 18 expansions, plus the original base game. Now, in its unprecedented sixteenth year, EverQuest continues to add immersive gameplay, captivating storytelling and exciting worlds full of mystery and adventure.
EverQuest is Free to Play. Your Way.™ Join a thriving community unlike any other online game, immerse yourself in hundreds of unique zones, battle thousands of creatures, and complete exciting quests. Group with friends and experience an online game the way it should be, epic and legendary.

Key Features:

  • Experience 16 years of continuous development including 18 expansions of amazing content
  • Build your character through 90 levels of power
  • More than 500 zones to explore
  • Choose from 16 unique races and 16 distinct classes
  • Thousands of Alternate Abilities available to further customize your character
  • More than 50,000 items to earn and collect
  • Hire and control unique mercenaries to aid you in your heroic adventures
  • A robust in-game marketplace containing potions, weapons, armor, and mounts
  • Solo, Group and Raid across continents filled with perilous dungeons, eerie crypts, floating landscapes, and underwater adventures
  • Participate in several seasonal and holiday events throughout the year

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Pentium® 4 / AMD Athlon 64
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA Ti 4800 or ATI 9800
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:10 GB HD space
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD Phenom II x2
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA 6800 or ATI x1800
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:10 GB HD space
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:kek:
( 0.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 luglio
Was trying to play a MMORPG to lvl up and get loot
Ended up with trying to fix my mercenaries confidence in my skill in battle

10/10 would kms again
Stacesune
( 0.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 luglio
Everquest was the first MMO I ever played. I remember playing it every day after school, doing chores to pay for my sub, and even crying when my uncle got to playing with me. He came from Ultima, so I was eager to play with him. So many hours lost, so many days spent just standing around or running around. I forget his name, but I played a Half-Elf Ranger and loved it. Granted, the day finally came I shifted to other MMOs with my friends. Wow, FF, etc. Needless to say, Everquest was forgotten for awhile. Expansions came, the sequel came, etc.

Fastforward I wanna say Ten-ish or so years, here I sit, bored of Wow's Endgame, FF14 kinda.. Meh? I see Everquest is still around. Maybe not as true to the original as I remember, I see a lot of pay for access stuff and a company I'm not entirely fond of has taken over, but as I log in and play I feel the euphoria from when I was a child.

Granted I'm on the Roleplay server, so my chance to meet others and experience the game as I used to is varied. So far I haven't met many others, but I'm also fresh into the game. But Everquest is still alive. Its still around. And I still love it.

And yes. I made a Half-Elf ranger again. Just like old times.

I would call it a 9/10. Not the pure game most of us remember, and obviously dated by todays standards, but it was the father of MMOs... Or well, Son. Ultima and all...
raw1990
( 172.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 10 luglio
May 2016 is actually my first experience with Everquest, so this review should give you an insight about the game unrelated to the Nostalgia most of the players play for. My personal MMORPG background is just Vanilla World of Warcraft (2004-2006).

Pros:
- A huge amount of content, more than a thousand zones and a big choice of where to lvl in.
- Very friendly and mature community.
- Runs well on pretty much any computer, my girlfriend runs it on a Microsoft Surface 3 with no problems and that is actually a Windows tablet with an atom processor and no dedicated GPU.
- The Free2Play model pretty much doesnt restrict you till lvl 50 which should give you an idea about the game and wether you want to sub to it.

Cons:
- The UI is a total cluster♥♥♥♥ and it requires more than just patience to figure out. It is in fact so off putting that I would say that this is the biggest flaw of Everquest.
- Everquest is absolutly not casual... When you plan to play say an hour in the eve, half of it will be spent just figuring out which spells/skills you need to take with you to an adventure (there are literaly hundreds even in low lvls).
- Quests are incredibly hard to do without the help of the internet, it takes ages to figure out where is what npc and what exactly should one give to whom and from where.
- Graphics and animations are pretty bad (1999 Engine) but atleast the game runs well on almost any kind of hardware.

Conclusion:
- For a casual experience probably not.
- For a more deep experience or even just to see how MMORPGs used to be, it is definetly worth a try.

- Server wise, I recommend you to start in Firiona Vie (RP), it seems to be one of the more active ones.
mudplayerx
( 46.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 6 luglio
I used to love this game. I played it for years when it came out and it was the best MMO I had played at the time. Recently came back for nostalgia purposes. I even bought a subscription so that I could use the bazaar (auction house feature). However, when I went to use an item that dropped for me and it asked for even more money on top of my subscription in order to use the item, I cancelled my subscription and wrote this review. The company isn't even american anymore. It is run in russia and they charge real money for EVERYTHING in the game and that's even if you pay the monthly fee. Screw that and screw Everquest.
Gantoth
( 17.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 giugno
I played EQ from 1999-2004 and enjoyed it immensely. I saw it had gone F2P and decided to check up on my old account. I was excited to try out the mercenaries, as I had always wanted the ability to solo in EQ.

Well, long story short -- everything interesting or cool is locked behind a paywall. And so are a lot of the old standard features (and my old characters!). All the worthwhile mercenaries, the ability to buy and sell gear, the ability to USE good gear, and so on. Just very basic features, locked behind a paywall.

I don't mind paying to speed up progression or make it easier, or for cosmetic features, but when a company advertises a game as F2P and gimps your character such that it literally cannot be competitive with paid characters no matter how much time and effort you put into it, this is an immediate turn-off for me.

Too bad. I have a lot of fond memories of EQ.
The ZombieOfDoom
( 91.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 giugno
Best mmorog ever and all others can never compare.Nice try.
phil41891
( 117.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 giugno
I would like to thank steam on the recent update, especially since I had just spent $20 on getting three additional character slots. The game no longer worked, steam no longer worked, there doesn't seem to be anyway of getting a hold of anyone without having to jump through one hoop after another. I thank you for bringing back what was a great game before Sony, and ruining it once again.
Grom #TEAMPYRO
( 1.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 12 giugno
Excellent!
Josh Aussie 72
( 12.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 10 giugno
I played EQ from 1999 to 2006.. I really did enjoy the game, at that time. Learning and teaching languages. Getting my Iksar Monk amiable in Freeport, Qeynos, the High Elf and Dwarf cities and any other place could find to grind positive faction. Good times and fond memories.

I came back a few days ago, when I saw the game was free. I thought: Why not relive some fond memories.

It was enjoyable for a first couple of hours. I was entertained.

BUT.. The game is just dated. Really dated.

The graphics do need to be seriously updated. As much as I initally liked the retro graphics, I was sick of the poor quality after a few hours. the game play was "clunky". I guess I'm spoiled by modern day games, with vastly better graphics and smoother game play.

You'll either love or dislike EQ, especially if you're coming back. My heart wll always love EQ, but I've moved on, unless the current owners get their finger out and give the game a much needed overhaul.

Currently there is no way in Hell I would pay AU$10 a month for the full access subscription to EQ. For that price, you might as well play WoW.
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14 persone su 14 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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172.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 10 luglio
May 2016 is actually my first experience with Everquest, so this review should give you an insight about the game unrelated to the Nostalgia most of the players play for. My personal MMORPG background is just Vanilla World of Warcraft (2004-2006).

Pros:
- A huge amount of content, more than a thousand zones and a big choice of where to lvl in.
- Very friendly and mature community.
- Runs well on pretty much any computer, my girlfriend runs it on a Microsoft Surface 3 with no problems and that is actually a Windows tablet with an atom processor and no dedicated GPU.
- The Free2Play model pretty much doesnt restrict you till lvl 50 which should give you an idea about the game and wether you want to sub to it.

Cons:
- The UI is a total cluster♥♥♥♥ and it requires more than just patience to figure out. It is in fact so off putting that I would say that this is the biggest flaw of Everquest.
- Everquest is absolutly not casual... When you plan to play say an hour in the eve, half of it will be spent just figuring out which spells/skills you need to take with you to an adventure (there are literaly hundreds even in low lvls).
- Quests are incredibly hard to do without the help of the internet, it takes ages to figure out where is what npc and what exactly should one give to whom and from where.
- Graphics and animations are pretty bad (1999 Engine) but atleast the game runs well on almost any kind of hardware.

Conclusion:
- For a casual experience probably not.
- For a more deep experience or even just to see how MMORPGs used to be, it is definetly worth a try.

- Server wise, I recommend you to start in Firiona Vie (RP), it seems to be one of the more active ones.
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17.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 giugno
I played EQ from 1999-2004 and enjoyed it immensely. I saw it had gone F2P and decided to check up on my old account. I was excited to try out the mercenaries, as I had always wanted the ability to solo in EQ.

Well, long story short -- everything interesting or cool is locked behind a paywall. And so are a lot of the old standard features (and my old characters!). All the worthwhile mercenaries, the ability to buy and sell gear, the ability to USE good gear, and so on. Just very basic features, locked behind a paywall.

I don't mind paying to speed up progression or make it easier, or for cosmetic features, but when a company advertises a game as F2P and gimps your character such that it literally cannot be competitive with paid characters no matter how much time and effort you put into it, this is an immediate turn-off for me.

Too bad. I have a lot of fond memories of EQ.
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1,191.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 gennaio 2015
Played for 14 years. Over 800 days /played. Please send help.
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54.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 10 gennaio
This was the first game I ever actually played. Growing up I would always sit down and watch my dad play. For hours I would sit, fascinated, watching the spells, the different zones and npcs, the loots, everything. When I was about 10 years old he built me my own computer so I could start playing with him... we still have that computer, it had a 10gb hard drive.

I remember having to cover my eyes when he would type in the password for me because he didn't trust me playing on my own as young as I was. I remember after learning the basics and being able to actually play and be of some importance, becoming his ♥♥♥♥♥ necro so we could fear kite mobs he normally wouldn't be able to solo as a ranger. Growing up this game was among the only thing my dad and I did to spend time together... our relationship was molded mostly because of this game. If I could go back I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. I wish this game was still alive like it was then, but time moves forward. Now I pay my monthly prescription to log in perhaps 2 or 3 times a month, kill some things I used to kill, then solemley close the game, until next time.
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88.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 aprile 2015
Looking back, you think, I could have made better decisions.
The first one you lose your virginity to, she's aging now, and it shows.
The time spent, neglecting everyone else for her.
The missed school..
The missed work..
The missed College..
The missed sex..

It was all worth it.
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2,101.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 7 dicembre 2013
Free-to-play with upgrade options ( Silver and Gold accounts ), Everquest still has population on many of its servers. Content up to VoA ( Veil of Alaris ) can be accessed for free, and characters can obtain up to level 95 ( without gold or purchase of the latest expansion ). It's never been easier to pick up, and catch up.

Whether returning for nostalgia, or coming into the game for the first time, Everquest still has something to offer. There are plenty of guilds available, group and raid content, and solo opportunities for any class you're willing to invest in.
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69 persone su 74 (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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89.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 ottobre 2014
Ah, EverQuest, one of the great-grandfathers of all modern MMORPGs. I played it when I was younger, but then ended up stopping my account when my PC decided to go out in a blaze of glory. It took me ten years to get back into it, but to be quite honest, it's still got that same magical spark.

Even with its twenty-first expansion on the horizon, people still play this. I have a couple characters, but at the same time, it can be really just kind of depressing choosing to roll up a new character, and finding that you're the only person in the starting zone. To be honest, there's not really a lot of players on the lower-end of things any more- most of your players are essentially those who have still got their high-level characters and are chruning through higher-level content as it comes out. There are still a handful of players in the lower levels, but to be quite honest, if you like soloing, this is the class for you. The mercenary system is a godsend for those mobs you can't handle on your own, but you'll still run into quests that you just can't handle on your own. For example, the newbie weapon for Wood Elf Druids requires you to break the throne room of the castle in Camp Crushbone, and even with a merc, it's not really something that you'll be able to accomplish on your own until you get to a level where you can easily find things that outclass the reward.

The graphics are really dated- there are games with much better graphics out there right now, but at the same time, they're not as hard to run on non-top of the line computers any more. If you're not running a graphically-intensive computer with a three-hundred dollar card in it, no worries- this runs fine on my laptop.

Gameplay is still solid, even after all these years, but at the same time, it's not really changed that much. The addition of the tutorial is always a plus, but to tell you the truth, it makes for a better way into the game instead of just being dropped into a newbie zone with nothing to do. You can easily grind up to 13 or 14 here, if you accomplish all the missions, and you can find some decent equipment, too.

To be honest, though, it's free to play, and you can't go wrong with a game that won't tax an older machine. If you enjoy a trip back to the days of groups looking to hit up the Halls of Honor or the Plane of Disease, download this game- just be ready to do a bunch of soloing. If you used to play, all you really need is your sense of nostalgia and for your memories to come flooding back once you hit up your old favorite zones and hear that old, familiar music.
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15.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 17 marzo
I adored this game. I started playing with The Ruins of Kunark release. Oh my, the magical world of EQ. Never before and never since has there been such an amazing game. I played all the way until Sullon Zek PVP server merged into Zek and guild Pandemonium had the server on lockdown. But, long before, this game was pure magic.

I went on to beta test WOW, and EQ2 and played those games quite a bit... but EQ was still pure gold. Trouble was the game engine and graphics had fallen so far behind. Eq2 was fun, great in fact, but a different game. And so for all these years having playing every MMO from Vanguard to Age of Conan to Aion to Tera to FF XiV and even Archeage...

EQ the original, will always have my heart and soul. I wasn't terribly sad to hear EQNext was shuttered by Daybreak... because the idiotic SOE Devs had done it again... simply created a whole new game. None of the original EQ fans ever wanted a different game. We wanted oue beloved EQ, simple as it was... only with a new game engine and better graphics. Heck, all the expansions are there... all we ever wanted was a company with the vision to simply update and reboot the ORIGINAL in a more optimized way.

Perhaps Daybreak will decide to do that one day. I'm sure it would cost a lot less than the cash wasted on "recreated" a "new vision" with "ground-breaking technology" which is... not fun, and no one from the fanbase EVER asked for or wanted.

And if they don't... they do not understand what makes an MMO "great." WOW only dominated EQ... because it had the same kind of magical world and endgame... with upgraded graphics. A remake of EQ would have dominated WOW and every clone ever since... because it was simply... MAGIC.
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631.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 marzo 2014
EverQuest is a very old game. Well, sort of. It predates most of the MMO market by a few years, especially a certain other exceptionally popular game anyone remotely familiar with the genre will instantly know. In its heyday, it was one of the most popular MMOs, with about 100,000 subscribers, give or take. The epic scale of the raids still hasn't been replicated to this day.
But has it aged well? Sure.
EverQuest has always been about change. Sure, you can't have a dynamic influence on the world in most cases, but the game has always been changing. Where once you couldn't do anything without a group unless you were a specific class, now nearly everyone is capable of soloing for experience.
Don't get me wrong, the game is still old and looks old, but there's a wonderful charm to it that other games really haven't come close to replicating.
Oh, and it's HUGE. In the old days, it used to be said that it took six hours to run from one end of the map to the other on foot. Well, the game has gotten bigger since then, to the point that they've added a number of hub zones to make travel easier. The down side to this truly epic size is that very few zones are consistently occupied by players.
There's also a bit of a disjointed aesthetic to the game. While many older zones and models have been updated over time, just as many have not. While Freeport and the surrounding Commonlands have received overhauls to the point it's almost a joke in the community, Qeynos and the Karanas are mostly unchanged from the time of launch, barring a few new quests that make you visit there.
Now, let's talk about the sound. It's dated, sure, but that little factor hasn't stopped people from loving music before. And EverQuest has some real goldies. Kelethin, the sea approach to Freeport, Rivervale...great music that will stick in your mind forever. It's unfortunate that some of this music, such as the Rivervale theme, are in places you'd never normally visit, but sometimes it's worth it just to hear it.
It's not all rose colored glasses, though: The UI is cluttered beyond belief, to the point you'll be glad you can alter it to your liking. The previously mentioned disjointed graphics can also be rather jarring when you compare newer cash shop aesthetic outfits with older, standard armor. Everything works, but unlike most MMOs these days that are like receiving a new toy with karate chop action, EverQuest is like receiving one of those totally awesome playsets...with the words "Some Assembly Required" etched on the front.
But if you ask me, it's worth it.
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Consigliato
32.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 11 aprile 2015
All i can say is that this is my favorite game ever. I met my wife on this game. I love this game.
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