I feel like the Amalur re-release must be part of an elaborate practical joke. The original release was buggy and mediocre, and the only notable thing about it was the controversy surrounding the parent company. I picked it up in 2014 for around ten bucks, finished it in two weekends, and never thought about it again. Now that six years have gone by, someone decided to give it a fresh coat of paint, shoveled it back out there, and now it is a top seller?
Did they patch the bugs out at least?
This comment was edited on Sep 16, 2020, 17:25.