Since this is a Bioware/EA game and most likely requires Origin would they not be using that as there DRM solution?
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Out of that list I'd say wait for more games to release. Maybe something with a longer tail.
while I agree with @zevvion and @Levius points I am still enjoying Shadows of Mordor. Later in the game if you are not going for all the achievements/trophies there isn't really anything. However I would still recommend checking it out when it's cheaper or via rental.
It seems to me that more and more Dan just likes stirring up people. He knows what will get under people skins and runs with it. While he may in fact not like Pink Floyd or believe that only good bands are commercially successful, they are still opinions and should be taken as such. He seems to love the attention his opinions get him and since it does anger the masses he continues to do it.
Agree that Jeff has at the top of his game lately. Maybe with that vacation he was able to get the break he needed. Also Brad hosting the bombcast eases on Jeff's things to do each week. I also think it would be interesting if Brad hosted the next PAX panel (if he's up for it). He's been a good host of the podcast. I'm sure he could pull off a good panel as well.
Wait so if you can sell the shoes why can't you sell the gas? When was the last time gasoline went down in price? If you can hoard and sell the shoes could you not hoard and sell the gas once it gets to a point in which it is most profitable.. The conditions of this poll need to be further defined to determine which is the "best" deal.
Dungeon Defenders is one but requires gold for both (which is dumb) also it's free for gold members till the end of the month.
Also pretty sure Trenched *cough* "Iron Brigade" is a split screen online game. Can't remember if you require gold or not for both.