Dark Age of Camelot - PC

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Dark Age of Camelot (PC)
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Adventure: Role Playing
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Mythic Entertainment Soft. Co.: Wanadoo
Publishers: Wanadoo (GB)
Released: 1 Feb 2002 (GB)
Ratings: 11+
Accessories: Control Pad


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The online role-playing experience may be in its infancy in console territory, but the PC platform has been host to these games for a number of years. From Everquest to Ultima Online, the PC internet-based role-playing game is the benchmark to which the console community will work towards. And the newly-released PC MMORPG, Dark Age of Camelot is set to reinforce that statement.

Dark Age of Camelot naturally assumes a medieval theme and is set in Europe’s mythological past. Set in the days of Morgana, Percival, Gawaine and Lancelot, this game tells the tale of the Arthurian legends’ darker pages of fictional history in a giant role-playing extravaganza. Ooh. Aah.

Dark Age of Camelot is a territory-based game in which players from all over the planet can fight for the enemy’s land in a skirmish of hit points and magic spells. The vast range of the game’s playing variables mean that each online player can adopt his or her own method of fighting, making Dark Age of Camelot a totally unpredictable experience. And this is what is unique about online games. To say the game offers fantastic replay value would be an inaccurate use of words. Dark Age of Camelot will never be played the same way twice. Each time you connect to the online fantasy world, the scenario could be very different. You could be faced with easy-to-defeat newcomers or hardcore veterans. Caution is advised when choosing your friends and enemies in the world of Camelot.

Gameplay is enhanced by the stunning visuals the accompany Dark Age of Camelot. There’s a great deal of special graphical touches that give the game a magical and convincing touch. And for a role-playing game, the controls and battle systems are none too complex to get to grips with.

So if you’re a lonely player and a fan of RPGs, the world of Camelot will be the ultimate in virtual reality.