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Posted: Jan 19, 2012 1:59:43 AM - Report post  (1)  (0)       Post Reply  post reply  

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Origin/Steam/GFWL/Whatever.

I really don't care as long as it doesn't give me unnecessary trouble.
As long as I simply need to activate the game ONCE, and can then play the game without constantly being connected to some service, I'm happy.

It will be similar to DA2, activate it once per install, but if you want achievements etc being recorded then you have to be connected via the Bioware Network (just like ME2 also).

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Posted: Jan 19, 2012 6:36:59 AM - Report post  (0)  (0)       Post Reply  post reply  

Well for me there is a Lone wolf (single player) on the game ME3, i have just Pre-ordered the game from a well known high street retailer to be released 9th of March.

Regarding EA and Bioware which we all now know,George Lucas is certainly no Dummy when it comes to entertainment and with Origin i have this feeling we will get a better deal from Origin than from Steam/Valve, also this is exactly what is needed in on-line gaming and thats competition to Steam/Valve so i think the future looks good for us all

I like the comment about getting no advertisements in your face and Downloads that get done without your knowledge on Steam with a bit of Luck it could turn out good, well i have my fingers crossed in hoping so

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I have never liked Steam it is more of an update eng then a gameing one to me. BF3 uses Origin I have not had any trouble with it. So I'm happy they went to Origin , however I miss the old days when you when to a store and payed for something it became truely yours and you could mod it hex or hack it untell you pasted out or passed gass or even one because of the other . But then I still have my old computer with DOS duke nuke i got when i was 12. Time is never kind to those who fight for what was and not what could be. Who knows haveing competitive companies makes the best one stick out more, so this just may be a good thing all around. hmm now if i could only make that into a coherent thought
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Posted: Jan 21, 2012 9:55:54 AM - Report post  (0)  (0)       Post Reply  post reply  

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Origin/Steam/GFWL/Whatever.

I really don't care as long as it doesn't give me unnecessary trouble.
As long as I simply need to activate the game ONCE, and can then play the game without constantly being connected to some service, I'm happy.

It will be similar to DA2, activate it once per install, but if you want achievements etc being recorded then you have to be connected via the Bioware Network (just like ME2 also).

Thanks for the info.

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Posted: Jan 31, 2012 11:09:42 AM - Report post  (0)  (0)       Post Reply  post reply  

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Well ME3 is pretty much going to be on Origin only! Even the retail copies will use Origin.

I just pre-ordered through GameFly. Since they have now established their own distribution engine... any clue if their distribution will still run through Origin? If anyone knows that answer I would be interested in hearing it.

Regardless, I am just pleased I finally bought the game... the temptation was to wait for a price drop... but I have only seen one sale through Origin in the time that I have had their client installed (and that sale was short lived). So waiting for a drop in price would have meant a loooooong wait in all likelihood. Besides, GameFly (the former Direct2Drive) offered a 30% off coupon just for installing the GameFly engine... eighteen dollars off seemed to make purchasing now the right idea.

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Posted: Jan 31, 2012 12:52:07 PM - Report post  (0)  (0)       Post Reply  post reply  

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Well ME3 is pretty much going to be on Origin only! Even the retail copies will use Origin.

I just pre-ordered through GameFly. Since they have now established their own distribution engine... any clue if their distribution will still run through Origin? If anyone knows that answer I would be interested in hearing it.

Regardless, I am just pleased I finally bought the game... the temptation was to wait for a price drop... but I have only seen one sale through Origin in the time that I have had their client installed (and that sale was short lived). So waiting for a drop in price would have meant a loooooong wait in all likelihood. Besides, GameFly (the former Direct2Drive) offered a 30% off coupon just for installing the GameFly engine... eighteen dollars off seemed to make purchasing now the right idea.

I imagine it'll require Origin regardless of where you buy it.

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My only real concern is that a trainer will work for my GameFly version. I do not even care if the game itself runs through GameFly or Origin... or both.... I just want a trainer that is applicable! I am not really all that concerned about that either though... this is a huge game and I have no doubts that PWiz and Cal will produce working trainers for the available formats.
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Posted: Jan 31, 2012 10:19:10 PM - Report post  (0)  (0)       Post Reply  post reply  

Gamefly will get origin files, just their distribution method will be different is all. But because gamefly is mostly about renting it will be limited in terms of account usage per copy that is rented, although you can buy from gamefly it seems to be the upper values of costs.

gamecards.eu though have a good price just for the cd-key and they are trustworthy.

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