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Oldies but Goodies

It’s amazing that plenty of ancient games still have a ton of people playing them. There’s a few obvious ones in this list such as Counterstrike and Quake. But the one that has always amazed me is the original Everquest. It’s already had a sequel, which also has a large population, and is up to 17 expansions now. If you’ve never played the game it’s the first 3D MMORPG that really threw a challenge at the players and made you grind for the reward. But with all of these expansions it now boasts one of the most diverse libraries for RPGing and could still be fun for those bored with the current PC games as it’d run on anything. I don’t know how you go about getting all the expansions to have the largest freakin’ world possible, but I do know you can always get most of them with the Anniversary Edition for $30.

One Response to “Oldies but Goodies”

  1. Muktar  Says:

    I actually found this more enittearning than James Joyce.

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