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Kingdoms of Amalur Complete Bundle includes the following games:
- Supported OS: Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7
- Processor: Intel Core2 Duo (or equivalent) running at 2.2GHz or greater, AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ (or equivalent) running at 2.6GHz or greater
- RAM: At least 1 GB for Windows XP, At least 2 GB for Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Hard Disk: 10.5 GB
- Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT 512MB or better, ATI Radeon HD3650 512MB or better, Supporting Pixel Shader 3.0, Minimum Resolution Supported is 1280x720
- Additional Requirements: Controls: Mouse, Keyboard, and Xbox360 controller DirectX 9.0 compatible; Requires Origin account for installation and activation
Steam account required for game activation and installation
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There are hours to be lost in this game and when this one popped up on sale with the DLC, I picked it up for Steam to play again.
The artwork is unique and the combat is fast paced (3rd person) in the action sense.
There is plenty of gear to be found and many different weapon styles to be used depending on which main tree you want to pursue:
Might - Greatswords/Hammers/Longswords
Finesse - Daggers/Faeblades/Bows
Sorcery - Staff/Scepter/Chakrams
Or you can mix and match them if you want (you will need to in order to wear certain armor or obtain certain destinies.
The crafting system involves Sagecraft (crystals to socket into items), Alchemy (potions from plants you harvest all over the world) and Smithing (weapons and armor which you can break down into components and build into other weapons).
I loved that this was different than the standard RPG genre and took a chance at being different - it is refreshing.
The game moves quickly and once you visit an area on the map you can always fast travel back to it from the map.
Zones are large and colorful with enemies that match in a unique art style that only Todd McFarlane could add.
Despite all the hype that the company went bankrupt and that Rhode Island lost a lot of money on this game, I don't think thats a reason to not purchase this game. I for one loved this game and have bought it twice now and have no regrets. This game is a gem.
I own an i7 Shuttle with mid-range graphics card, works great. Not the cutting edge visuals but nice.
My only complaint is the fact, even though you get a Steam code, you still have to signup with EA/Origins. Not to mention it will connect to EA servers every time you play. Not a big enough deal to remove a star but more of a peeve.
For $10, it's a great deal. Not to mention, you can have over 200 hours of game play... So that's 5 cents for every hour of gaming. Try to find that enjoyment anywhere else. Heck I spent over $20 waiting for my laundry to dry when I was in college. All I have to show for that is a 44th ranking with three lousy initials. A_A_S The low kick button was too overly sensitive.
Read the other reviews, particularly on Steam. They range from 65% to 90% user review scores.
[EDIT: Amazon removed the link to the reviews on steam. Google "Kingdom of Amalur Steampowered" and it will come right up. Well worth the read.]
Was easy to redeem on Steam.
There's tons and tons of side quests and the DLC was quite good!
Although after a certain point, you become too overpowered and makes it kind of pointless. It is repeditive too, almost feels like an MMO that isn't online. I mostly enjoyed it and the leveling system is pretty interesting. Definitely worth checking out if it's on sale!
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