A few years ago, my parents wanted to move, and as a result they started packing things in boxes and containers. But as it turned out, that didn't work out, and we stayed here. What's weird is that most of the things are STILL in the packages. Anyway, the other day, we were looking in the attic for a movie, but I think we found some better...we found two old PS2 games: "Corvette", and...."CHAMPIONS OF NORRATH"!!! If you don't know what that is, it was a multiplayer medieval/fantasy RPG, released in 2004, by Sony and Snowblind Studios (now bought by Warner Bros. Interactive). Up to four players can choose a fighter, male or female, from Barbarian Warrior, to Wood Elf Ranger, High Elf Cleric, Erudite Wizard, to Dark Elf Shadow Knight, to stop the Orc Leader, and the other forces of evil in the Realms of Everquest.
Anyway, I spent hours and hours playing this when I was 8 through 9, the last time I played it was February of 2012, about a year and a half before their plans of moving. It had a pretty cool sequel too, with "Champions of Norrath: Return to Arms", and this series was also the spin-off of another series called "Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance". It's the kind of series they need to bring back, because as far as sword slashing RPGs go, there's none quite like "Dark Alliance", or "Champions of Norrath".