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I remember being so hyped for the $60 beta of Anthem last February. Can't wait for the 2021 release!
No but I jest. A couple notes:
- Mass Effect Trilogy for $12 is an awesome value: the narrative is renowned as one of the best stories and world-building in gaming. Well worth the journey of discovery. (Also, note that a Mass Effect Trilogy remaster is all but confirmed to be on the 2021 horizon.)
- Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning: Note that the remaster "Re-Reckoning" is already available for pre-order for release on Sept 8 for XB, PS, and PC.
- Apex Legends: Bloodhound and Lifeline Content Bundle: For those who need in-game currency to purchase legends and battle passes, this is an especially good value at $23. It includes $20 of Coins directly (2,000 Coins), as well as legendary skins that are uniquely drawn skins--not just re-colored--and legendary Prowler and Flatline skins (plus unique banners and badges) that are honestly very nice compared to standard unlocks.
- Star Wars Battlefront II: This game underwent one of gaming's big redemption stories: from a rocky launch, through faithful updates, to now being one of THE definitive Star Wars video game experiences. Picking this up today (vs folks like me who bought back at launch) is a great value for a Star Wars canon single-player campaign, a horde mode, and Battlefield-sized scope in multiplayer fights set in the universe's famous locations.
Still charging money for anthem? God bless em.
A lot of these are cheaper on Origin FYI

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I remember being so hyped for the $60 beta of Anthem last February. Can't wait for the 2021 release!
No but I jest. A couple notes:
- Mass Effect Trilogy for $12 is an awesome value: the narrative is renowned as one of the best stories and world-building in gaming. Well worth the journey of discovery. (Also, note that a Mass Effect Trilogy remaster is all but confirmed to be on the 2021 horizon.)
- Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning: Note that the remaster "Re-Reckoning" is already available for pre-order for release on Sept 8 for XB, PS, and PC.
- Apex Legends: Bloodhound and Lifeline Content Bundle: For those who need in-game currency to purchase legends and battle passes, this is an especially good value at $23. It includes $20 of Coins directly (2,000 Coins), as well as legendary skins that are uniquely drawn skins--not just re-colored--and legendary Prowler and Flatline skins (plus unique banners and badges) that are honestly very nice compared to standard unlocks.
- Star Wars Battlefront II: This game underwent one of gaming's big redemption stories: from a rocky launch, through faithful updates, to now being one of THE definitive Star Wars video game experiences. Picking this up today (vs folks like me who bought back at launch) is a great value for a Star Wars canon single-player campaign, a horde mode, and Battlefield-sized scope in multiplayer fights set in the universe's famous locations.
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Still charging money for anthem? God bless em.
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A lot of these are cheaper on Origin FYI
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Anthem. What could've been
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Anthem was such a damn disappointment. It was the straw that broke the camels back and convinced me never to pre-order for full price again. Except for Cyberpunk, of course. 😉
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Andromeda for 17.99? Um..... I bought it a few years ago for under 10.....
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Let me guess mass effect trilogy doesn't include dlc Frown
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- Star Wars Battlefront II: This game underwent one of gaming's big redemption stories: from a rocky launch, through faithful updates, to now being one of THE definitive Star Wars video game experiences. Picking this up today (vs folks like me who bought back at launch) is a great value for a Star Wars canon single-player campaign, a horde mode, and Battlefield-sized scope in multiplayer fights set in the universe's famous locations.
I remember it had a cash shop issue when it was first released, from what you're saying, it's a lot better overall experience/gameplay wise, is that correct?

May just drop $10 (Origin store sale) if so to try out the game.
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kind of had a laugh when I saw Andromeda for 17.99, a dollar maybe...
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Battlefront is still a disappointment.

The maps were just not well designed.

Shooting is subpar.
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Anyone play NFS Heat? How is it?
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Anthem was such a damn disappointment. It was the straw that broke the camels back and convinced me never to pre-order for full price again. Except for Cyberpunk, of course. 😉
Cyberpunk HYPE-TRAIN all aboard! 🚂 choo choo
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I remember being so hyped for the $60 beta of Anthem last February. Can't wait for the 2021 release!
No but I jest. A couple notes:
- Mass Effect Trilogy for $12 is an awesome value: the narrative is renowned as one of the best stories and world-building in gaming. Well worth the journey of discovery. (Also, note that a Mass Effect Trilogy remaster is all but confirmed to be on the 2021 horizon.)
- Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning: Note that the remaster "Re-Reckoning" is already available for pre-order for release on Sept 8 for XB, PS, and PC.
- Apex Legends: Bloodhound and Lifeline Content Bundle: For those who need in-game currency to purchase legends and battle passes, this is an especially good value at $23. It includes $20 of Coins directly (2,000 Coins), as well as legendary skins that are uniquely drawn skins--not just re-colored--and legendary Prowler and Flatline skins (plus unique banners and badges) that are honestly very nice compared to standard unlocks.
- Star Wars Battlefront II: This game underwent one of gaming's big redemption stories: from a rocky launch, through faithful updates, to now being one of THE definitive Star Wars video game experiences. Picking this up today (vs folks like me who bought back at launch) is a great value for a Star Wars canon single-player campaign, a horde mode, and Battlefield-sized scope in multiplayer fights set in the universe's famous locations.
Mass effect trilogy does not include the DLC.
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