Parents' Guide to

EverQuest II

By Carolyn Koh, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Massively multiplayer role playing game for teens.

Game Windows 2004
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Some of the fun of playing an MMORPG is exploring the vast world. Players can spend hours simply visiting the towns and surroundings, riding griffons to fly around from point to point. Other fun aspects include the interaction with other players and learning to work together to defeat a particularly difficult encounter. MMORPGs also evolve and grow as more content is added either from expansions that have to be purchased or from free content that is added every six to eight weeks. Players will also find themed quests and events that happen only around the major holidays. Harder challenges known as Raids require the cooperation of many players to defeat them; and they add depth and complexity for the more experienced players.

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