I took a small tour back to Dark Age of Camelot. Not that I have played the game much before, but I did buy a boxed set for it a few years ago to give it a try. It wasn't the right game for me back then, but I was curious to see how it developed since then. The first thing I noticed when I came back to Dark Age of Camelot was how great the graphics look! It almost reminds me of Vanguard in some ways, especially the trees. In the end however, I couldn't really get used to the controls and that is my main reason for not continuing to play. The second is the player armor, after looking at some high level people, it seems the high level stuff is just dyed versions of the lower level armor. There wasn't much variation or style to the armor at all.
Still, I got some good screens so lets take a look! This first shot is all the classes of... dang I forgot the name of the plant/nature realm but yeah this is it's classes.
Some people fighting.
Gotta have castles! It wouldn't be Dark Age of Camelot without castles.
I sure do love mining. :P
Some sort of fast travel system?
Yeah, I really do like mining, seriously!
Here is a picture of some players, note the bland armor.
This guy killed me.
But this guy didn't! Caus its a necromancer pet, looks pretty cool!
Well, that is probably all I will ever write about Dark Age of Camelot! I was really surprised by how well the game has stood up to time, and how great the graphics where, but in the end I just couldn't get past the player armor and the controls.