Gearing up for the release of Mass Effect 3, GameMarshal.com has compiled together a comparison table of the available Editions and the bonuses which you get with them when you pre-order or purchase the game.
The collector's edition really should include everything (looks at the AT-12 raider box). *shakes head* Also: Do the Kingdoms of Amaular items carry over, regardless of platform? What I mean is, if I say... played the demo on PC, but I'm planning on getting Mass Effect 3 on Playstation 3, will I still get the bonus items?
You should be golden. The 'unlocked' items are tracked by your Origin account, not the console/pc you played it on. If you played the demo while signed in to your Origin account the first screen you see when starting the demo up should had told you that you unlocked the content. Long as the PSN account you play ME3 on is linked to that Origin profile, you should be fine. You may have to sign in first for it to register it though, but that shouldn't be much problem since it logs you into the network automatically when you first start up the game, if the ME3 demo is any indication. If you're really worried about it though, I suggest getting the demo on PS3 anyway and trying it out once just to be safe. Since I think the "play demo for goodies" offer expires shortly after ME3 is released. Not sure how much window-room you'd have. But you should be fine really, like I said, it tracks it via the Origin/EA account. If someone has something to prove me wrong, then, sorry for misinforming you.
I think I'll do that (get the PS3 demo, just in case). Thanks for all your help, sir!
I heard rumblings on the bioware forums that the Amalur unlock is platform specific.....
Bonuses aren't as good as Mass Effect 2.
"GameMarshal.com has compiled together a comparison table" You mean you copy/pasted the table from the Wiki.
It also "seem" inaccurate, as the AT12 Raider shotgun I believe is also included for pre-orders of the CE/LE edition at Origin as well.
Yeah... well, let me know when they package it all together and on sale for at least 75% off. I refuse to support EA's money-grubbing Origin.
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