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Champions of Norrath

Game Description: Published by the creators of EverQuest and developed by the team behind Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance, Champions of Norrath is an Action RPG like none other on the PlayStation 2. Create your own champion, each with unique powers, appearances and skills. Experience an epic adventure filled with powerful action and ominous intrigue. Battle vicious monsters where your mastery of weaponry and spells is the only thing between you and supreme evil. Champions of Norrath allows gamers to create their own unique hero to journey from the city of Faydwer into the wilds of Norrath to save the land from a gathering army of evil orcs and goblins. Players can adventure alone or with a band of up to three other players either over the Internet or on a single PlayStation 2 with a Multitap. Import player characters into friends' games using a memory card and then take them home to play solo-the play options offer console gamers the freedom to play anytime and from any location. Champions of Norrath offers players more than 100 hours of gameplay per player character, unlimited battles, deadly missions and unmatched character customization in an enthralling fantasy world.

Champions of Norrath – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

Champions of Norrath – Review

Usually we identify good videogames by the time that we spend with them. After all, if we spend loads of time playing a game, then it follows that the game is quality, right? Right? I'm not so sure. Even if a game compels us to play it, that doesn't necessarily means that the game is compelling. Spending hours reading Harlequin romances or watching old Transformers episodes is hardly an indication that the media involved is noteworthy. The human mind is easily entrapped.

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Final Fantasy X-2

Game Description: In Final Fantasy X-2, you'll return to the incredible game world you explored once before, for a new set of thrills and challenges!

Final Fantasy X-2 – Review

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Final Fantasy X-2 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Suggestive Themes, Violence

Monster Rancher 4

Game Description: Monster Rancher 4, the latest entry in the Monster Rancher series is comprised of a mass of new features including a multi-breeding and training program, full customization of training facilities, and a brand new interactive action or adventure element, creating a new game that goes years beyond its predecessors.

Monster Rancher 4 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Fantasy Violence

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