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Asheron's Call: Dark Majesty Reviews
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|The Armchair Empire||7/10||Feb 20 '02|
|Thunderbolt||9/10||Feb 20 '03|
|GamesDomain||4/5||Dec 13 '01|
|GameSpot||8.1/10||Nov 15 '01|
|Gamespy||77/100||Dec 18 '01|
|Hardware Zone||4/5||Jan 18 '02|
|IGN PC||8.4/10||Nov 16 '01|
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Asheron's Call: Dark Majesty Previews
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|Computer Games Online||Oct 23 '01|
|GamesDomain||Oct 10 '01|
|Gamespy||Oct 09 '01|
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"New players can simply buy Dark Majesty, which will retail for $19.95 and comes with a free month of service, and have everything they need to play the game, no download required (at least until the next live update)."
"Overall, the Dark Majesty expansion looks like a truly awesome game. High polygon-count graphics are a wonder to the eye, similar to what you might find in Sacrifice and other 3D games. The original game was always easier to use than Everquest, but failed to attract the huge population of addicted gamers. The expansion might just change all that."
"...this expansion is not only a bargain for owners of the original, but since it can be bought standalone, it's even better value for newcomers."
"If you're looking for classic online RPG hack-and-slash gameplay, Dark Majesty has more than enough to keep you busy for quite some time--and at a price that's more than reasonable."
"Dark Majesty changes the world in a more significant manner than any previous update to the game, and unlike most other MMORPGs, it's the first update that's come at an extra cost... In all, the Dark Majesty expansion adds a pretty incredible amount of stuff to the world for a relatively low price. Fans of the game who are looking for a reason to stick around while waiting on AC2 need look no further..."