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Through the combined creativity of the New York Times bestselling author RA Salvatore, the "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane, and the lead designer of "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" Ken Rolston, originated with "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning", a new role-playing game whose world is worth to be saved. Create the character that you've always dreamed of, and develop him thanks to the revolutionary Destiny system according to your style of play. Choose your path and battle your way through a huge master-crafted universe that offers some of the most intense, responsive, and customizable RPG combat ever.

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Explore a vast world full of epic stories and sweeping storylines: Discover hundreds of addictive hours the secrets of Amalur - from vibrant Rathir across the expanses of Dalentarth region to the dark dungeons of the Brigand Hall. Rescue a world torn by war and attain the first warrior ever brought back from the jaws of death, control of the key to immortality. Take full advantage of the absence of your destiny to your advantage and set it as a weapon. Fathom the tremendous traditions of a universe, a 10.000 year history comes from the pen of New York Times bestselling author RA Salvatore.
Intense Action Combat: Decide for yourself as you master the dynamic combat system that delivers some of the most intense and most direct action experiences that were ever to find in an RPG. Use seamless combination of magic and melee attacks, if you throw yourself in breathtaking battle sequences with tons of enemies and this erledigst with merciless Fateshift kills.
Choose your destiny, thanks to individually adjustable classes: Build with the revolutionary new Destiny system exactly the character that you've always dreamed of, and develop your character class according to your style of play. Create and modify your hero with millions of different combinations of talents, abilities, weapons and pieces of armor
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[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #1
Worth mentionimg they are both Origin, might be obvious to most, but was nearly a deal breaker for me, would rather Origin over DRM free.

Heat added.
2 Likes #2
So much game for so little money.

Amalur is very underrated, especially if you're into the fantasy RPG genre.
#3
So I'm having a lot of fun reading some metacritic reviews of Kingdoms of Amalur, which by the way can be very damaging to the brain so is advise against it. Here's a few.

sorry, but this game pure rubbish! especially the UI which seem to come directly from hell

Do not like it completely, like a Korean MMO, this is a silly cartoon graphics and low-poly model of the environment.

To me, this game is what would be the result if Skyrim and WoW had a baby. And that baby was premature and retarded. They leave all the great things about both on the wayside.

As for my opinion. Great game and well worth £2, its a lot of fun.


Edited By: Bure11 on Aug 02, 2014 11:43: .
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Great find, absolute bargains.
#5
BuzzDuraband
Worth mentionimg they are both Origin, might be obvious to most,

So then not worth mentioning then.....

BuzzDuraband
would rather Origin over DRM free.

Most utterly ridiculous, masochistic statement in the history of the internet...

Ziemlich viel für diese. Doch der Deal Breaker für mich ist, dass man tatsächlich lesen die Website bin ich auf. (_;)


Edited By: Elevation on Aug 02, 2014 12:55
#6
Bure11
So I'm having a lot of fun reading some metacritic reviews of Kingdoms of Amalur, which by the way can be very damaging to the brain so is advise against it. Here's a few.

sorry, but this game pure rubbish! especially the UI which seem to come directly from hell

Do not like it completely, like a Korean MMO, this is a silly cartoon graphics and low-poly model of the environment.

To me, this game is what would be the result if Skyrim and WoW had a baby. And that baby was premature and retarded. They leave all the great things about both on the wayside.

As for my opinion. Great game and well worth £2, its a lot of fun.


jesus some people are horrible cnuts, that last one!
#7
great!! cheers!!
#8
adam0812
Bure11
So I'm having a lot of fun reading some metacritic reviews of Kingdoms of Amalur, which by the way can be very damaging to the brain so is advise against it. Here's a few.

sorry, but this game pure rubbish! especially the UI which seem to come directly from hell

Do not like it completely, like a Korean MMO, this is a silly cartoon graphics and low-poly model of the environment.

To me, this game is what would be the result if Skyrim and WoW had a baby. And that baby was premature and retarded. They leave all the great things about both on the wayside.

As for my opinion. Great game and well worth £2, its a lot of fun.


jesus some people are horrible cnuts, that last one!
I know right. It shows how ridiculous user reviews on metacritic are. Just look at the Watch Dogs reviews for PS4 :|
#9
Just bought DA2 using Paypal. Exchange rate is poor (but not too bad) but as expected. Got it for £2.07 with some bound code for 'The Black Emporium'.
2 Likes #10
Elevation
BuzzDuraband
Worth mentionimg they are both Origin, might be obvious to most,

So then not worth mentioning then.....

Worth mentioning for the few, isn't it? Just because MOST know, doesn't meant it's not worth mentioning at all. Plus your comment is useless. All it's intended to do is put the poster down for no reason. No need to be a jerk.

Elevation
BuzzDuraband
would rather Origin over DRM free.

Most utterly ridiculous, masochistic statement in the history of the internet...

Ziemlich viel für diese. Doch der Deal Breaker für mich ist, dass man tatsächlich lesen die Website bin ich auf. (_;)

No it isn't... not at all. Stop speaking as though what you say is fact. Seriously, are you just an egotistical person that usually posts this rubbish? If I had the choice to buy a game through Steam or DRM, I'd buy Steam. Same with Origin or UPlay. I like the fact that my games automatically update themselves, and I can install them whenever I want, rather than searching for the original download file.

I recommend you grow up, and stop with the arrogant attitude. You just come across as a fool. Just because you have an opinion, doesn't mean the rest of the world is wrong.
#11
Zeipher
Elevation
BuzzDuraband
Worth mentionimg they are both Origin, might be obvious to most,

So then not worth mentioning then.....

Worth mentioning for the few, isn't it? Just because MOST know, doesn't meant it's not worth mentioning at all. Plus your comment is useless. All it's intended to do is put the poster down for no reason. No need to be a jerk.

Elevation
BuzzDuraband
would rather Origin over DRM free.

Most utterly ridiculous, masochistic statement in the history of the internet...

Ziemlich viel für diese. Doch der Deal Breaker für mich ist, dass man tatsächlich lesen die Website bin ich auf. (_;)

No it isn't... not at all. Stop speaking as though what you say is fact. Seriously, are you just an egotistical person that usually posts this rubbish? If I had the choice to buy a game through Steam or DRM, I'd buy Steam. Same with Origin or UPlay. I like the fact that my games automatically update themselves, and I can install them whenever I want, rather than searching for the original download file.

I recommend you grow up, and stop with the arrogant attitude. You just come across as a fool. Just because you have an opinion, doesn't mean the rest of the world is wrong.

I say things I believe are right, yes. Do you say things that you believe are wrong?
#12
I prefer Steam, but it's like cutting you nose off to spite you face when they are this cheap!
#13
Elevation
Zeipher
Elevation
BuzzDuraband
Worth mentionimg they are both Origin, might be obvious to most,


So then not worth mentioning then.....


Worth mentioning for the few, isn't it? Just because MOST know, doesn't meant it's not worth mentioning at all. Plus your comment is useless. All it's intended to do is put the poster down for no reason. No need to be a jerk.

Elevation
BuzzDuraband
would rather Origin over DRM free.


Most utterly ridiculous, masochistic statement in the history of the internet...

Ziemlich viel für diese. Doch der Deal Breaker für mich ist, dass man tatsächlich lesen die Website bin ich auf. (_;)


No it isn't... not at all. Stop speaking as though what you say is fact. Seriously, are you just an egotistical person that usually posts this rubbish? If I had the choice to buy a game through Steam or DRM, I'd buy Steam. Same with Origin or UPlay. I like the fact that my games automatically update themselves, and I can install them whenever I want, rather than searching for the original download file.

I recommend you grow up, and stop with the arrogant attitude. You just come across as a fool. Just because you have an opinion, doesn't mean the rest of the world is wrong.


I say things I believe are right, yes. Do you say things that you believe are wrong?

maybe he says things he believes are right too... but is actually right.
#14
Elevation
I say things I believe are right, yes. Do you say things that you believe are wrong?

I state my opinions purely as that, my opinion. You appear to be stating them as facts. I don't say things I believe are wrong... I'm not sure how you even went in that direction...

In any case, I feel you should learn some more manners, but it's up to you whether you do or not.
#15
+1 for Origin over DRM Free any day.

Origin is nowhere near as bad as it used to be, or as bad as people make out.
#16
Aww, I missed it :( Its back up to 9 euro now.

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