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1. Final Fantasy VIII
$14.82
2. Final Fantasy IX
$44.98
3. Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Collector's
$19.99
4. Final Fantasy Anthology Collector's
$14.82
5. Final Fantasy Chronicles
6. Final Fantasy VII
$18.98
7. Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Compilation
8. Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion (DVD-ROM)
$14.82
9. Final Fantasy Origins Final Fantasy
$19.99
10. Chrono Cross
$26.98
11. Final Fantasy XI: Treasures of
$17.98
12. Everquest II: Desert of Flames
$19.98
13. Everquest 2: Kingdom of Sky Expansion
$19.98
14. Dark Age of Camelot Epic Edition
15. Final Fantasy Tactics
$12.98
16. The Bard's Tale
17. Everquest: Titanium
$19.99
18. Quake 4
$14.98
19. Star Wars Galaxies: Starter Kit
$9.98
20. Freedom Force Vs. The Third Reich

1. Final Fantasy VIII
by Square Enix
Video Game (30 June, 2003)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $14.82
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Asin: B0000296O5
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • Squall, a member of an elite military team, is forced into a conflict beyond imagination
  • To survive he must contend with a desperate rival, a powerful sorceress and his own mysterious dreams
  • Contains realistic detailed characters and background graphics
  • A breathtaking musical score enhances game play
  • Another great edition of the Final Fantasy series of games

Reviews (980)

4-0 out of 5 stars The story is great, as for the game...
Before I was even done with Final Fantasy VII, I ordered this game. I loved that game, and thought 'Say, if Final Fantasy VII is this good, then VIII must be even better!', boy was I wrong! I'm not bashing Final Fantasy VIII, I kind of liked the game, but there are big problems with it. First of all, the draw system is kind of hard, but I liked it, it was a change of pace, but the way you have to equip summon GFs (Guardian Force) was hard and boring. The music in the game reminds me of the music in the movie 'AKIRA', which is a bad thing, The characters in battle remind me of crash dummies, and the way that you get new weapons is by making them at junk shops! Not only that, but the characters are not very likeable.
5-0 out of 5 stars Not the greatest FF, but awesome nontheless
While either VI or VII will probably remain my favorite FF game of all time, it's almost impossible to not include VIII somewhere in the top five IMO. The graphics are, of course, incredible, pure eye candy. The music fits every scene in the game and is done very well, though overall I think I prefer VII's soundtrack. Though I didn't become particularly attached to any one character in the game, most of the characters are done well and serve their purpose. IMO the gameplay is the weakest point of FFVIII, though I'm sure there are many who'd disagree with me. The junction system IMO was boring and a bit confusing, and the way you acquire magic spells was also very tedious, I much prefer using MP. The amount of side quests in FFVIII was also disappointing IMO, not a fraction of how many there were in VII. Moving away from the negatives, the story is done very well IMO but simply can't touch FFVII's incredible plot. All in all FFVIII probably isn't a game you'll find yourself replaying over and over, simply because of how tedious the actual gameplay is. The production values and overall quality of the game, however, are both very high and should definitely be experienced by any fan of the RPG genre.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great game for people who want something a little different
I still remember getting this game on 9/9/99, the day it came out. I love this game because of it's junction system and some of the other cool features in this game. Unfortunatly, from all of the people that I knew, people either hated the game (most of those people are on this side of the love/hate group) and a few people loved it (Extremly Hardcore RPG fans seem to love it.). I love the game but this is the Final Fantasy game that a whole lot of people just can't stand. It is a long game, especially if you get stuck, so a guide (internet or actual guide i don't care) will really help. It is the easiest game to literally reach level 100 because every 1000 exp gets you a level up but using the junction system is also an important role in the game because it can raise your stats as well. This is a game that you will have to play for yourself. before you agree with the haters, give it a spin, please. ... Read more


2. Final Fantasy IX
by Square Enix
Video Game (30 June, 2003)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $14.82
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Asin: B00004Y57G
Sales Rank: 83
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The crystal comes back
  • Final Fantasy IX has been called the best-looking game in the series
  • Takes the best of the old and mixes it with the best of the new in every way
  • Comes on 4 discs to provide you with all of the detail and exciting action
  • A great game that keeps teen's interested with a rating to match

Reviews (627)

5-0 out of 5 stars The FINAL Final Fantasy for the PSone
This is probably one of my least favorite FF games on the PSone. There are some good things and some bad things about this game. first the bad: 1. Squaresoft (Now Square Enix, Goddammit!) was trying to get to the old roots of the SNES games. To me anyway, it doesn't look entirely like those games. 2. Some of the characters are the worst in the FF games' history (Quina, Eiko, and Garnet. I am not sexist, it's just that their abilities suck and their type of combat is terrible). the other characters are good, not great, but decent. 3. I don't care too much for the character models (the deformation and Final Fantasy 8 graphics mix). okay for the good parts of the game: 1. The Cinemas!!! they look really good for a PSone game, most of the games cinemas on the PSone don't look that great in this era of gaming and even some during that era. 2. Ending!! I am not saying anymore. 3. The battle system. it's not quite FF8 and not quite FF7 but it's in between and has the Trance system thingy. After this game, I sadly am seeing the series not being as good as it once was (I like Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicals and can't wait for the remake of FF3 for the DS), Final Fantasy 10 isn't that legendary, FF 11, which I never did and never will play (because of fees, reminds me too much like Phantasy Star Online (I like that game though), and not much of a single player expericence with no storyline), and FF 12 just because it will have the FF11 battle engine, looks like FFCC and FF10 mixed together, and I just seem not to care that much about the newer FF games anymore. So I would recommend any FF game on the PSone (Including the PSone ports of the SNES games and Origins) because they are so great and even if the games don't have the best graphics in the world, it's gameplay and storylines that count.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazon is it.
Quick delivery - Product arrived on time and in excellent condition. You have quality shipping.Thank you

5-0 out of 5 stars R. Angus
i love this game because it is about a beautiful little princesse and a boy with a tail who loves the princesse i have played this game over and over and still play it more.i don't think i will ever get tired of it. it is so much fun. ... Read more


3. Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Collector's Edition (DVD-ROM)
by 2K Games
DVD-ROM (20 March, 2006)
list price: $59.99 -- our price: $44.98
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Asin: B000BNKBCI
Sales Rank: 132
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Collector's Edition Content:- Pocket Guide to the Empire- Making of Oblivion Documentary- Septim Gold Coin
  • Live Another Life in Another World. Create and play any character you can imagine, from the noble warrior to the sinister assassin to the wizened sorcerer.
  • Next Generation Graphics. Pixel-shader effects and high definition televisions are fully supported to create unprecedented visuals, including lifelike towns, dungeons, and the most realistic forests ever created in a game.
  • First Person Melee and Magic. An all-new combat and magic system brings first person role-playing to a new level of intensity where you feel every blow.

Reviews (60)

4-0 out of 5 stars PRETTY GOOD GAME BUT PRETTY HIGH REQUIREMENTS
This is easily the best rpg for the computer ever created, the only problem is that you need really high system requirments, even higher than the box suggests most of the time. But if you can make it work on your computer than this game you will not stop playing for a looooooong time. The graphics if you can run them on high detail are CRAZY AWESOME. There are so many weapons and armor and side quests. You will spend a long time playing this game if you want to 100% complete it by doing the main quest and all of the side quests. And another good thing about this collector's edition is that you get a big map that says where the key areas in cyrodiil are. The mini-guide to tamrial is helpful to because it tells you about the characters and all about the eras of the game. And the Septim coin is pretty cool because you get to see what the money in the game looks like. So overall this game is THE BEST GAME IVE EVER PLAYED FOR PC.

3-0 out of 5 stars What you need to know before buying
The game requires a very high end video-card in order to display correctly - even with a newly new 2.8 GHz HP desktop, I wasn't able to play the game without the purchase of a new video card - the CHEAPEST supported video card being just over $100.
5-0 out of 5 stars Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Collector's Edition (DVD-ROM)
this is a very good game it has very high detail and wide varites to customize your guy/girl with. it is so detailed you can see screws in the benchs.However main quest was weak and it was rerated due to mods ... Read more


4. Final Fantasy Anthology Collector's Package
by Square Enix
Video Game (30 June, 2003)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00002R28C
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes both Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI
  • Original 2-D graphics and 16-bit sounds
  • For 1 player

Reviews (217)

5-0 out of 5 stars 2 great Final Fantasies from the SNES era
These 2 games are probably (in my opinion anyway) the best ones in the series. I will review each game seperatly then make my comments on the collection itself.
5-0 out of 5 stars An awesome game!
I had heard of how amazing Final Fantasy VI was supposed to be. So, I thought, I have to get this game, even if to just fill out my Final Fantasy collection.
4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Investment
Two great RPG's in one package.Playstation owners who began Final Fantasy with the 7th installment can finally see what all the hype is about with VI.Final Fantasy V is also a great game, the first in the series where you spend alot of time in the menu combining abilities with accessories/equipment to customize your characters.
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5. Final Fantasy Chronicles
by Square Enix
Video Game (30 June, 2003)
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Asin: B00005LOXE
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The Final Fantasy Chronicles set includes new opening and closing cinematic sequences for Chrono Trigger and re-creations of memorable sequences
  • New abilities include a "dash" feature, allowing players to move quickly through towns and dungeons
  • 2-player mode allows players to participate in battles together
  • Improved localization of the original unedited story
  • Includes all the original monsters, abilities, items and scenes that were not seen in the SNES version

Reviews (143)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the other FF collections to have
This collection isn't as bonus feature happy as Anthology was. this version of FF4 (2 in the USA at the time of the SNES/Genesis era) hasn't changed that much. the random battle loading screen is like the SNES version, the switch between field/world map to the character menu while loading is fast as hell (while sadly Chrono Trigger is slower than the 2 FF games for the Anthology collection and even slower than the other Final Fantasy games for the PSone Era (7,8,9)) Chrono Trigger has a lot of bonus features for this version. Squaresoft (at the time) put a S*** load of cinemas (mainly ending cinemas), has a list of music from the game, and other stuff. The gameplay is still the same, with the exception of what I said earlier, which is good otherwise. unlike Anthology, this collection has no bonus music CD (for those who care anyway). this is still worth owning anyway.

5-0 out of 5 stars Final Fantasy Chronicles
This is one of the best games I have ever played. Anyone who is sceptical just needs to pick a controller and go. You won't be dissappointed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Excellent package, but serious flaws in code
Both Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger are excellent games (CT could be my favorite game of all time).Final Fantasy IV has been excellently restored to its original "hardtype" version.Story elements and dialog have been restored, which is extremely exciting.
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6. Final Fantasy VII
by SquareSoft
Video Game

Asin: B00000JRSB
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Long recognized as role-playing games par excellence, the Read more

Reviews (1148)

5-0 out of 5 stars Question
Why am I seeing this game for hundreds of dollars?Has it become a collectors item?Hopefully for those who are paying that much, Sony doesn't decide to produce more and bank on the current lunacy.Great game though...

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest RPGs ever made
Though this title feels a bit outdated now, back in 1997 it was considered revolutionary, and for good reason. The graphics IMO stand the test of time with lush, beautiful landscapes and detailed backgrounds... though TBH the character designs leave quite a bit to be desired. The epic and incredible musical score matches the emotion conveyed by every scene in the game, this is truly some quality composing (BTW, buying the OST for this game would be a wise investment). Each of the several characters are given convincing feelings and depth, and by the end of the game you'll probably think you actually know these people. Though the game can be a bit easy at times, overall the game is paced very well, no really challenging bits coming up at unexpected times. The villain of the game, Sephiroth, is very well thought out and sinister, though TBH I didn't like him as much as Kefka from FFIII (the American version). The ATB battle system utilized in the game really keeps you on your toes, you've really got to prepare carefully for some of the tougher boss fights. The amount of side quests in the game are plentiful, with most of them being challenging, fun, and very rewarding. All in all FFVII holds a very special place in my heart not only because of its nostalgic value, but also because it's a genuinely great game. Anyone who hasn't played it yet should make an effort to do so right away, though I would recommend trying to find it cheaper than what the Amazon sellers are currently asking for it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great once Now it is outdated
Final Fantasy VII was a revolutionary title to say the least. The game contained several things that wowed gamers everywhere such as beautiful graphic, new battle system(limit break, materia) and actually engaging plot. When I played it in 1997!!, I absolutely loved it and thought that it was oneof the greatest game ever made.
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7. Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Compilation Pack
by Atari
DVD-ROM (25 October, 2005)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $18.98
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Asin: B000B8K7RC
Sales Rank: 246
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • DVD-ROM
  • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game
  • Designed specifically for the online, multiplayer environment and the latest in 3D technology
  • You will experience all the magic of pen and paper Dungeon-Mastering on a home computer
  • Enter a multiplayer module as a DM (Dungeon Master) and alter plots, possess characters and manage combat from behind the scenes

Reviews (32)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this game.
So I'm at Target browsing through the computer games and I come across this game. I think great, a Forgotten Realms game with 2 expansion packs and the updated patches all in one disc for only $20!
4-0 out of 5 stars Slight dissapointment
I purchased this game hoping to play it as soon as I got it, but as luck would have it there were no CD keys for the game in the box.The page was there in the manual it was just blank.So it took we over a week of playing e-tag with Atari before I could play :(Otherwise it's been great

4-0 out of 5 stars Installing Neverwinter Nights Diamond
This is a great game! However Atari managed to send out a whole shipment without install codes. After amazon sent me the second version without codes I contacted Atari and was informed of this mistake. Once I emailed them a photo of the area missing the codes they sent them to me. Since then I have had a lot of fun. I would have given the game five stars but even with the latest patches it still has a tendancy to crash every once in a while. I highly recomend saving frequently. ... Read more


8. Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion (DVD-ROM)
by 2K Games
DVD-ROM (20 March, 2006)
list price: $49.99
Asin: B000BC38LA
Sales Rank: 310
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1st-person RPG with open-ended game play and short challenges
  • Latest chapter in the epic and highly successful Elder Scrolls saga
  • Create and play any character imaginable from noble warrior to wizened sorcerer
  • Revolutionary AI; 1,000+ realistic non-player characters; unprecedented visuals
  • All-new combat and magic system creates high-level of intensity

Reviews (161)

5-0 out of 5 stars Oblivion de lo mejor...
No solo para los RPG Fans
5-0 out of 5 stars Best Game I'veever played !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oblivon is a realy great game. My dad bought it for me at the end of the summer vacation. The graphics are GREAT , and so is the storyboard. Try to look at the game and you'll be awed.The Emperor's voice is really well done.The game is opened ended , either stay on the main quest or live your own life by exploring the vast world.I recommend that you should buy this game if you like RPG's and enjoy epic fantasy.
2-0 out of 5 stars Good for exploring, very poor story
I bought the game couple of weeks ago. I was hesitating on buying it initially, but finally I did because of all the good hype about the game. I wish I didn't buy it.
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9. Final Fantasy Origins Final Fantasy I & II Collector's Package
by Square Enix
Video Game (30 June, 2003)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $14.82
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Asin: B00008RUYZ
Sales Rank: 337
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • ESRB Rating: Teen
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Mission: Save the world Old School-style with Final Fantasy Origins

Reviews (67)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Beginning of an era (in remake form)
For those who don't know too much info about this game, this is the remake of the first 2 NES games, not the originals. 2nd is that FF2 (FF2 in japan) was never released here in the US and finally that these 2 games are actually ports from the Wonderswan versions of the games. Wonderswan is a handheld gaming system (like the gameboy) that is in Japan only and has two ways to play the system (horizontailly and Vertically).
5-0 out of 5 stars The beginning of an era...
I wasnt going to write a review at first.After all, with 60+ reviews, I figured that pretty much everything has aleady been said.But then I started reading some of them...
5-0 out of 5 stars Oldy but Goody
It was really nice to be able to once again be able to play the one game where all the new ff age was started. By all means much less hiped up like the newer versions, but still holds the player to the end. ... Read more

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10. Chrono Cross
by Square Enix
Video Game (16 August, 2000)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00004TC6E
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Twenty years after the events in Chrono Trigger, a new set of adventurers are preparing for a battle that will surpass even space and time
  • The long-awaited sequel to one of history's favorite adventures
  • A multitude of playable characters and intertwining game scenarios
  • Unique design eliminates random battles and experience points
  • A new visual and audio experience from the original creators

Reviews (304)

5-0 out of 5 stars Exellent Game!(This is a no spoiler review.)
This game takes place on a group of islands twenty years after the events of Chrono Trigger.This game also takes place between two parallal worlds hence the name Chrono CROSS.In this game you have the ability to recruit up to 44 characters.To get all of them you will need to play through the game at least 3 times.You will probably WANT to play the game more times anyway depending on how long it takes you understand the story line considering it is VERY complex.
5-0 out of 5 stars Good game,does it only work for PS1?
When this game first came out i bought it.I was very into the game.Back then thats when there was just a ps1.But i never finished the game.My original game was all scratched up so i bought a new one.Now having just a ps2.I got the game but my ps2 seems not to read the disc.I dont know why.Does it only work for people who still have their ps1?I thought ps2's were suppose to read ps1 games as well?The thing is also.My brother bought the game too and it still didnt read it in my ps2.So any help would be appreciated,cause i want to play this again!Thanks!

1-0 out of 5 stars Shipping sucks ass
I really could not tell you anything, as I still have not recieved this game, despite having paid for it over a month and a half ago. ... Read more


11. Final Fantasy XI: Treasures of Aht Urhgan
by Square Enix USA
DVD-ROM (18 April, 2006)
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $26.98
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Asin: B000EQ7W6U
Sales Rank: 474
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Experience exciting adventure in this massively multiplayer online RPG
  • Uncover the tales and legends surrounding the Aht Urhgan Empire
  • Face powerful new monsters like the Mamool Ja, a powerful tribe of beastmen
  • New jobs including the Blue Mage and Corsair expand battle strategies
  • All-new system enhancements; use a new type of battle called Assault

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars FFXI TOAU
The TOAU expansion for FFXI has added lots of new content for higher level players.This past update added alot to it and there is lots more to come!The new expansion is a nice change in environment, yet stays within the context of the MMO.

4-0 out of 5 stars one of the best expantion
you should try this one if u didnot try it untel now new high classthat will make u forget any other game (for somtime) i donot know how this squar enix thinks but there games in every consol take a very high rats but for a while ;) this new one have a good featurs with alot of new armors and new areas new chalenge and i think it will be the best expantion of this year
5-0 out of 5 stars Yo ho, yo ho, a Corsairs life for me......
FFXI: ToAH is by far the best expansion for the series todate.Not only are the new jobs a huge breath of fresh air, but the newareas and hints at more expansions with more areas like this are totally exciting.If you've been a long time subscriber of the series this is a MUST buy.I don't want to discourage anyone new from trying this game, because it is one of the better MMORPGs out there, but there is getting to be ALOT to buy with the monthly fees on top.If you want to get in, now would be the time with this new expansion.
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12. Everquest II: Desert of Flames
by Sony Online Entertainment
CD-ROM (12 September, 2005)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $17.98
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Asin: B000AA87C8
Sales Rank: 912
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • Expansion pack for online role-playing game EverQuest II
  • Adds more than 40 new creatures and exotic landscapes from the Desert of Ro
  • Play up to level 60
  • Climb up cliffs and over obstacles
  • Requires the full version of EverQuest II and an Internet connection

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars This is one of the better games out there.
Im a veteran of MMORPG's.
5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive Expansion
First of all, I'm impressed with all the WOW loyalists that seem to want to review/bash this product, obviously having most likely barely even played the trial version of the game, if they even bothered to go that far (meaning that they've never made it in to this part of the world to see/explore this content).
5-0 out of 5 stars Yes, it really IS that good
After reading reviews posted here for this game, I wanted to give my opinion.There is definately a feeling of competition between EQ players and WoW players, and I think the negative reviews here are either from WoW players trying to discredit EQ2 or just uninformed people.
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13. Everquest 2: Kingdom of Sky Expansion Pack
by Sony Online Entertainment
CD-ROM (21 February, 2006)
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $19.98
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Asin: B000E80ND2
Sales Rank: 741
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Use your strategic and combat skills against the Dragons of the Overrealm -- the undisputed masters of the skies
  • Higher level advancement - Reach level 70 as an adventurer or artisan
  • ALL-NEW player vs. player combat system -- face other adventurers in battle
  • New Achievement system - Specialize your character with new sets of abilities gained as you level up, complete quests, and defeat notable opponents
  • Guild advancement expanded to level 50

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great game, Great offer.
EverQuest is a well known title, u play if u like Questing a lot, and it got better with EQII, better GFX, new world ... etc, the expansion adds a lot of enhancements to the game and for the first time a worth playing PvP system, if u get both the game and expansion from Sony Store it will cost u 30$ (50$ if this offer expires), for 5$ less price AND the chance of having free and fast shipping from Prime u get it from Amazon, both ways it's a great value, and it deserves that price, and of course u get 1 month free play and a chance to try out the Premium features.
5-0 out of 5 stars I am enjoying
I am having fun with this game.I am playing on the pvp server that have made and having a good time.Lots of quests to do and plenty of content.It is hard to begin as a new player though on the pvp server since you get ganked a lot hehe.But once you reach around level 25 you are ok to run around.

4-0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous content... though high level
What this expansion DOES NOT INCLUDE, here, that others seem to mention: all the tradeskill changes *ARE* *NOT* part of this expansion... they are part of LU24 (Live Update 24), which was mid-June 2006.You don't need this expansion to experience the decrease in the sub-combines for any level 10 + (or really more-so level 20+) crafted items.Overall, while it dumbs down crafting to a single combination of mostly harvested items (two combines for the advanced recipes, often of "rare" nodes), it was a much needed improvement to the prior system and overall it lessens "the grind" to which any old level 20+ crafter can testify.
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14. Dark Age of Camelot Epic Edition
by Vivendi Universal Interactive Publishing
CD-ROM (11 October, 2005)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.98
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Asin: B000AYH82Y
Sales Rank: 1172
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Features

  • Complete Dark Age of Camelot collection, including all 6 expansion packs
  • RPG based on Arthurian legends, Norse mythology, and Celtic lore
  • New Frontiers adds more tactics and diversity to battles between Realms
  • Expanded siege capabilities; updated graphics; all-new player tutorial
  • Massive multi-player online gameplay in Realm vs. Realm combat

15. Final Fantasy Tactics
by SquareSoft
Video Game

Asin: B00002SVWG
Sales Rank: 525
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Features

  • Turn-based fantasy strategy game
  • Introducing the unique "Job" system, allowing characters to train in different character classes
  • Over 40 different monsters to encounter
  • Incredibly detailed and complex storyline
  • For 1 player

16. The Bard's Tale
by Vivendi Universal
CD-ROM (21 June, 2005)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $12.98
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Asin: B0001XE0OS
Sales Rank: 811
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • Third person action RPG that casts you as the Bard, musician and adventurer
  • Based on the original Bard's Tale, the grandfather of all role playing games
  • Snarky/Nice conversation system lets the players choose the tone of the Bard's interactions
  • Get immersed in an environment alive with interactive townsfolk, original music, birds, animals, rustling trees, waving grass, and trickling water
  • For 1 player

Reviews (17)

3-0 out of 5 stars I have to agree with some of the other reviewers. . .
I picked this game up fairly cheap for the PC (I think I paid five bucks for it) because I had heard many good things about it.I loaded it up on my desktop computer (which is only about a year old and not that slow, after all, I had just put in a new video card) and started playing it.I loved the dialogue, the witty banter, and I was generally having a blast playing it until it started to slow waaayy down as I started moving through the game until the characters were moving so sluggishly and swinging their weapons so slowly, they all looked like they were in slow motion (like some of the other reviewers have said.)I gave up on it and took the game to my laptop, which is newer and has a faster processor.It started off at what seemed to be normal speed.The Bard was trotting across the screen and swinging his flail at a rapid pace.Then about chapter four, it started slowing down again, all the way to a point where I couldn't play it anymore.All the fun had been zapped out of it as it took a good hour to swing and chop at four wolves in the forest.Sadly, I abandoned it for the PC, even though I was having a lot of fun with it up until then.I don't understand why it has so many problems running on a PC.Everything was sluggish, like the characters were moving in molasses.I turned down all the game settings, but it didn't seem to help much.If I want to see the game all the way through, I guess I'll have to break down and get it for the Playstation.

3-0 out of 5 stars Game has features InXile hasn't marketed!!
The following is a letter I sent to programmers for "The Bard's Tale".I believe it adequately reflects my feelings for this game:
1-0 out of 5 stars Promising Game- wrecked by implementation
I was an original Bard's Tale enthusiast, and really wanted to like this game. After I got over the fact this was almost NOTHING like the original game, I just looked at it as a new game. Unfortunately, this is basically a console gamer, as others have stated. Absolutely none of a PC's capabilities were used- every house, village and dungeon has to be loaded EVERY single time. The view cannot be changed, and none of the 'standard' PC mouse/cursor interface seems implemented at all. All in all, I was very disappointed. I periodically try and revisit it again, because I DO like the humor, but it's just too painful to play. ... Read more


17. Everquest: Titanium
by Sony Online Entertainment
CD-ROM (10 January, 2006)
list price: $19.95
Asin: B000CPSHFS
Sales Rank: 567
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • EverQuest -The Planes Of Power reveal challenges beyond any mortal -- and treasure beyond all imagination! The gods of Norrath live in the Planes Of Power, and you will journey there for all-new adventures and impossible quests.

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Old MMO but still fun.
In some ways Everquest hasn't changed all that much, while in others it is a completely different game from what it was even a year ago.Some things about the game have been drastically improved (like tradeskills) and if you like a more quiet atmosphere on a game server; the population is a little lower these days as most of the kiddies have moved on to World of Warcraft, EQ2, etc.
5-0 out of 5 stars New Progression
There is no game even close to offering the content you will get in this package, even if this was selling at $100. Now is the best time to try EverQuest if you never have due to the new EverQuest Progression servers that slowly unlock content to keep you from being overwhelmed as a new player, as well as bring back memories for older players. Stop regretting not having played during EQ's prime and give her a spin.

5-0 out of 5 stars Everquest Titanium
This bundle of the first 10 expansions was an excellent value. I would recommend this to any player that is looking at a second account or starting out new to the game ... Read more


18. Quake 4
by Activision
CD-ROM (18 October, 2005)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0009Q1IE2
Sales Rank: 777
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • Fight alongside other marines in both small squad missions along with large, epic battles
  • Diversity of combat with indoor and outdoor environments along with mechanized walkers and hover tanks to pilot
  • Battle through the early portion of the game as an elite marine, then after your capture as a “Stroggified” marine with enhanced abilities
  • Utilize hi-tech weaponry with upgradeable modifications
  • Arena-style multiplayer that allows players to play as Strogg or Marine in deathmatch, team deathmatch and capture-the-flag modes

Reviews (72)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great, but a few flaws i would like to inform
Quake fans, FPS fans, PC gamer fans, whatever, this is a great game. The graphics and sound are great. The story line isnt horrible, however, I wasn't that impressed. The game comes with a bonus CD with 3 different versions of Quake 2 and lots of extras and movie/trailers for quake4. The weapons are fun, and dont take too long to get (unlike some games). You can even get weapon upgrades. Multiplayer is FLIPPIN SWEET!!! This is all adds up to build what i call "great in the most important ways".
4-0 out of 5 stars Great mindless fun and visual eye candy
I was in the market for a mindless shooter that would deliver great visuals, great audio, and lots of shooting, and Quake 4 delivered on all accounts. It's not a perfect game, but it was perfect for what I was looking for at the time. Here is my take on it:
3-0 out of 5 stars In the Dark
All in all, the game wasn't too bad.
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19. Star Wars Galaxies: Starter Kit
by LucasArts Entertainment
CD-ROM (22 November, 2005)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $14.98
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Asin: B000BKF2I4
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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When you're ready to enter the Star Wars universe and become a hero of your own adventure in a galaxy far, far away, then it's time for the Star Wars Galaxies Starter Kit. Featuring an all new design of the first 30 levels of the game, the Star Wars Galaxies Starter Kit will let players of all levels fly into action immediately.Read more

Features

  • All new design of the first 30 levels
  • Includes complete content from Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided and Star Wars Galaxies: Jump to Lightspeed
  • Customize your character's appearance -- body types, facial features, tattoos and more
  • Take on one of over nine iconic professions, including Bounty Hunter, Smuggler, Commando, or a Jedi
  • Inspired by all the George Lucas films, including all the trilogy and prequel movies

Reviews (339)

1-0 out of 5 stars An Example Of How They Treat Their Customers
Remember this is a monthly subscription game.And here is a recent forum post by one of the designers taking jabs at the community:
4-0 out of 5 stars Give it a chance
I've probebly read tons of revews saying how bad the game is or how horrible it has become since NGE, but I say, "At least give it a chance."
3-0 out of 5 stars Star Wars Galaxies -- a n00b jumping on board
Star Wars Galaxies has so much going on for it that it can become overwhelming for a new player. The introduction now has direct interaction with four signature SW characters, which is a HUGE step up from the last version of the game where you had to play for months before you could interact with them. Many of the complicated, user-unfriendly professions are gone, replaced with an easily understandable and attainable profession set. You can actually start out as a Jedi rather than wait weeks upon weeks to maybe get there.
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20. Freedom Force Vs. The Third Reich
by Vivendi Universal
CD-ROM (08 March, 2005)
list price: $9.99 -- our price: $9.98
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Asin: B0006ZB0ZS
Sales Rank: 608
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • Help Freedom Force save the world from the evil axis powers
  • Brand new chapter in the ever-expanding Freedom Force universe
  • 6 new playable heroes from 2 distinct eras of comic books
  • A hoard of new villains bent on world domination; radically enhanced graphics
  • Vastly improved multiplayer, including several completely new modes

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