I still think the Ubiworkshop edition is the best. It seems to represent the best value by far, especially since I actually want everything included.
They already said there won't be any in the actual game - just in the trailer.
Hell yeah, Jesper Kyd can do no wrong. Looking forward to this.
You could use caltrops in AC Revelations.
I wouldn't say it's too far off though - I'd consider it one of the best for sure.
@sonic (second comment) IF you think it unbalances the game, don't use any of the bonuses.
Most in game preorder bonuses turn out to be pretty nonessential. I'm anticipating these will be no different.
I wouldn't mind if they introduced a new main character. I love the lightning powers, but I think they could do some cool things with a completely new set of skills (not including the parkour/general flow of movement - that needs to stay). And the best part is, it would be a good excuse to get rid of that giant douche Zeke.
I highly recommend Aquaria. It's an excellent game and the soundtrack is especially top-notch.
I feel the same way about KOTOR. Hmm, looks like I've got some installing to do.
Oh I know what you mean. I can't tell you how many tomes I took in Skyrim.
It's the Elder Scrolls Online issue.
Nobody's asking for a perfect cover, just one that doesn't look like total scrotum.
Yikes! I wish they'd leave the writing for the back. This looks hideous.
I got bored of Rock Band/Guitar Hero pretty quickly actually - same with COD.
Not a bad plan.
I know. It's hard to believe that it's a real thing.
Wow. If you don't want the extended ending then don't download it. Very simple.
I really liked most of the ME2 DLC, but the only one I'd consider absolutely essential is Lair of the Shadow Broker (although I personally liked Overlord better). You'd be doing yourself a disservice by skipping out on that one alone. Otherwise I definitely understand your perspective. Most older games/DLC just seem to be a ripoff, at least on consoles.
A walkthrough for this game? Really?
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