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2:54 PM. Yeesh.


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Mar. 8th, 2011 08:07 pm (UTC)
I did not think I needed to point that out!
Mar. 8th, 2011 08:29 pm (UTC)
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Mar. 8th, 2011 09:36 pm (UTC)
Well give me a chance!

(Especially since I had to deal with putting in all the codes for the extra stuff and so on first!)
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Mar. 9th, 2011 04:43 pm (UTC)
I was a little worried when I read this, but happy to see that I only had to enter one annoying 12-character code, and then lots of stuff happened for me automatically. PS3 version.

Then, of course, I stayed up later than I should playing until you get to Kirkwall. Pretty game!
Mar. 9th, 2011 05:28 pm (UTC)
Hmmmm... which version did you get? The limited one, or regular? And if the limited, did you check both sides of the paper you got the code from? The 360 version had a code for one of the limited things on one side, another code on the other, and then a third shorter code that you input via the internet on their site to activate a few OTHER things. (Which was annoying because I had to make sure I logged in with the same account that my username was linked to and all.)
Mar. 9th, 2011 05:45 pm (UTC)
I preordered, so got the "Signature Edition" for $60. It's got one code for 3 DLC packs on the one side, and the flip side has ... a code to download the game soundtrack. I'll probably do that too, but it's not pressing.

The PS3 install was pretty smooth. I remember for the first game, I had to create an EA online account on the computer and associate it with the PS3 and all that. For this one, it read the info from my DA:O save file and it was all automatic from there.

I'm honestly not sure what all I got -- there was a blur of activity. Emporium this and Lost Prince that, and oh, you get a pet dog too. The dog is nice, although I'm sad you can't talk to him. The cats loved it when I did that before.
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