Submitted by Iancranium 981d ago | review

The weekly Geek: Bonus Content: Kingdoms of Amalur Review

A webisode for The Weekly Geek of a full episode dedicated to Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. Included is "that" exclusive interview with exec producer Sean Bean in Australia

Just to add to the onslaught of content coming your way via 100.1 Triple H FM Wed 8pm-9pm Hornsby Community Radio, Christof and Ian take some time to shout our some sponsors at EA as well as digest all that is good and proper in Kingdoms of Amalur. Linking in nicely with Knights of the Old Republic by Bioware there is also some talk on Mass Effect 3 multiplayer and the lack of alot of that stuff in 38 Studios new title.

Enjoy the bonus content and you can check out the full interview with “that” Sean Bean of Kingdoms of Amalur fame that we recorded last year in Sydney right here: http://weeklygeek.org/?p=31... (BioWare, Culture, EA, Industry, Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning, Mass Effect 3, PS3, Sean Bean, Xbox 360) 8/10

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