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For decades the Kollossae, a proud people of faith and large stature, have wandered the face of Amalur in pursuit of the destiny that is due to them, but all does not appear right. Upon your expedition to Teeth of Naros, Secandra and her band of Kollossae warriors require your help to solve the riddle of the Titans. A mysterious force beckons the Kollossae toward a destiny they may not entirely want nor are ready to embrace. Take on a crucible of faith filled with fantastic new enemies and determine if you are fated to be favored by the gods or forsaken by them. In an epic new journey filled with tons of side quests, adventure through a paradise seen by few, and for good reason. Ascend to the floating city above Teeth of Naros and get a glimpse into the future of Amalur.
Kingdoms of Amlur: Reckoning base game required for play.
EA Origin account required for activation.
Downloads of additional Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning content are compatible only with base game installed using the Origin client software.
Top Customer Reviews
8 hours of content (I didn't complete all the quests)
This expansion puts personality into the game. It takes the base combat system I love and combines it with a storyline that does the game justice. Out of all the DLC I purchased, this is my favorite.
Glitch one (chest near end Don't open)
Entrance to the last dungeon (you had to click it just right)
In all, it's good, and you should all play it.
Sadly, the company that made this game went broke.
Sadly because the game is fun, big, and has an interesting story, even if the names are hard to pronounce!
DLC itself is fun and worth getting if you enjoy the game though.
It seems to be an Origin problem. When I start the game, the DLC is recognized by Origin as installed, but it doesn't show up in the game.
When I posted on the Origin forum about the problem, EA linked me to Origin's "chat" assistance. Guess what? I haven't been able to log in to the "chat desk" for the last two days.
Another excellent game destroyed by EA.
EDIT: The DLC showed up on its own, several days later. The DLC rates 5, EA rates 0.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kingdoms is a very good game in itself. Unfortunately, this dlc did not add very much to the game.Published 20 months ago by D. T. Hilliard
There web site says my code has been used, I was not able to download product, by the time I got the required software and membership, the above is all I get.. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Richard Allen Clayton
It is sad that the company that produced this game folded. But unlike the base game, this expansion was intensely fun, immerssive, and unique. Read morePublished on December 11, 2012 by JBSkaggs