Less than a month, I believe, is Dragon Age Inquisition old. It had many seperate deals on pre-order, some better than the others. I just bought the bare edition for PS4 on release-day.
Yesterday, Bioware released all the pre-order and store-exclusive deals for Inquisition in one €9.99 package, calling it a CE-upgrade.
I can't help but ask the question... how right is this? I'm the laughing third, as with this deal, I'll get more content than people who bought the different editions did and in some respects even cheaper. If you ask me, I'd say that EA is removing the floor from under their monetization model. Hmmmm....
Here are the codes for five golden keys, valid for Borderlands 2 through 20/12
PC / Mac: K3KTJ-WWHTF-Z53XC-3JJJ3-SRJRH
Xbox 360: 5TCJJ-ZW65X-3H6XS-CRBJB-XR9BZ
PlayStation 3 or PS Vita: KBCJT-R6FS3-63K9K-S3CJB-33J3X
Playstation UK has the goods on this new installment of the franchise, due to be published in next months magazine.
I'm already looking forward to part4. Bioware said back then that Shepard's story is told... But how can the universe be safe without Lolita Shepard? Or any Shepard for that matter. ^^
Sooo, question remains... make a new savefile or not?
These codes gives 3 golden keys, valid up until and including 12/18.
PC / Mac / Linux: CKWBJ-FFC33-33B3J-BBBTJ-SRBJB
Xbox 360: CKWBJ-FFC66-55F3R-CFBTJ-SRBCX
PlayStation 3: CKWBJ-FFC35-96B5J-HBCTJ-SRBFT
Redeem the code in your Shift-option for Borderlands, the Pre-sequel.
Continuing on my recent foray into animated or live acted fan fiction and still in the Star Trek side of things, I found this incredible effort.
The plot is simple, a little girl gets stranded in a hulk after a pirate attack. She... survives. Then, as a grown a woman, that traumatizing event has a way of catching up with her. But not as we know it...
The effort is however light hearted regardless. It's Star Trek from the merchant navy, but the traders are not very organized or sailing in syndication. It's the seedier side of life, where big risks are being taken with traders outfitting their ships in various ways to outsmart and be faster than the competition.
The visuals are bright and colorful, the VOs are of adequate quality and apart from the lighthearted tone, setup, cause/effect and conclusion are recognizable Star Trek.
Give it a watch. Star Trek doesn't have to be about ranks and talking about adventure alone. It can also be about friends, friendship and adventure for the realz.