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Everquest II: Rise of Kunark

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Platform: PC
Genre: Online RPG
Developer: Sony Online Entertainment

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Everquest II: Rise of Kunark review

Reviewed January 12, 2008

Gary Hartley says: "Even when you leave the lush vegetation of Timorous Deep it becomes clear that the aspect of soloing is especially strong within the Everquest II universe, meaning you don’t need to scourge for a party before you try to take on even the simplest task. It’s an option that a lot more MMOs could do with including."
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