By Tyler Lee Online passes are becoming quite a common thing in new video games. Publishers are using them to makes sure people buy brand new copies, or if not, at least pay for a certain amount of content within the game itself. Like Batman: Arkham City’s Catwomen gameplay, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is keeping a set of missions behind an online pass, effectively keeping gamers from accessing seven individual quests unless they redeem their code that comes with the game. According to Destructoid, an online pass and a message encouraging the player to enter the code to redeem their … Continue reading Kingdoms of Amalur Requires Online Pass for Certain Quests
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