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Kingdoms of Amalur Complete Bundle includes the following games:
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Kingdoms of Amalur is a single player game, with no multiplayer component to speak of, and to get the most of it, you have to be online the entire time to enjoy it. While that probably isn't a big deal for a large portion of internet users, it should, at the very least, be known before purchasing. This review only applies to the Origin release (which this is), as I don't have experience with other digital/retail copies to pass judgement.
Just be warned on this package. A great game (which is why it still got 3 stars) with some very unfortunate copyright protection in place.
Well, if you look at the top - right under the title, it clearly says - ORIGIN ACCOUNT REQUIRED - that should answer your question.
You must have an Origin/EA account in order to activate these games. They will not work on STEAM - I repeat: They will not activate on STEAM!
To download them, go to your Amazon Software and Digital Game Library, select the main game first (before the DLCs), then click on download - it will take awhile.
When it's finished downloading, the INSTALL button will be there for you to click - when you do, you are asked to sign into your Origin Account (if you have one, (if you don't you'll need to create one - it's easy). Then, once you're signed in, select where you want the installation to go (I, like many others, have multiple drives - I keep my games on a separate drive, so I always designate that one for game installs). Once you select it, then Origin will finish the installation - and if necessary, Origin will also automatically update the game's software to the latest version. When it's done, you can play the game, and/or begin downloading the DLCs.
Why some people get antsy about Origin, Steam, and Ubisoft now a days I don't understand. Users/Players brought it upon themselves when they began freely pirating, and copying, software back in the 1980's, 1990's and early 2000's. By having DRM the Software Manufacturers were able to fight back against Piracy, against malicious hackers, who freely copied games and gave them out like Halloween Candy to their friends (which had cost the Industy Millions).
I for one don't mind - this software is unobtrusive, I don't have to carry around the stupid disc with me and insert it into my optical drive whenever I want to play the game (like Securom - now that's a pain in the buttocks DRM), or others that have to always do an online check before letting you play the game.
Steam, Origin, and Ubisoft allow you to activate the game, and then you can play it offline afterwards (with little limitations) and you don't sign away your life and you don't give away your entire phone book (like you do for many Android and all iPhone accounts).
Be happy we have these Big 3; they work, they keep all your games in our Libraries (on their servers), and they keep those games up to date, and for those of us who play MMO games, they keep MMO game-players from cheating when we play on their servers too.
As for my review of this game - I had to say something about Origin and STeam to help set the record straight first - now that I've downloaded, and installed, the main game, I'll be d/ling the DLCs, then installing them. After that, I'll try playing - then I'll add to this review about the game play.
But for now - at $9.99 - this was a New Year Bargain Bundle, one I'm happy to own.
This game is top notch is some of the best gaming attributes and is very large with lots to do. I put 140+ hrs into which is more than i have done with elder scrolls 3-5 combined.
It was always too expensive, so I waited and waited and waited....
Finally I saw it for practically nothing on amazon and purchased it!
Reckoning is obviously not "Skyrim" but has some great features like countless weapons, upgrades, leveling-up tree, shards, armor, looting, alchemy, crafting, side-quests and exploration.
Reckoning really reminds me of the Fable series. Most of the dungeons and area's are linear, but you will encounter areas large enough to explore in a "non-linear" fashion.
A lot of quests have you running back-n-forth to the same old locations over and over. But its not so painful/boring when enemies regenerate from time to time and alchemy elements regenerate.
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