I'm not particularly impressed with the game myself - but it didn't have me from the get go. When play starts I wasn't at all invested in the character or the story line. It got more fun, in the run around and shoot things sort of a way - but if you're looking for a better story line (say something you would expect from the makers of Halo) then it may be better to wait till the price comes down a little bit.
This is an excellent RPG game and worth the price with its replay value. It has a great back story, romances, and plenty of fighting. The skill mapping is straight forward. I think the only draw back is that the world is not as interactive as I would have liked it to be - but that does help keep the game more focused. Don't get me wrong though - it doesn't push you forward and if you're the grinding type there is plenty of opportunity to do that as well.
This is my everyday, every situation fragrance. It is clean, floral, soft, undeniably feminine and long lasting. It's a seasonal chameleon, seemingly only needing to be married to a little bit of confidence to find it appropriate. I use it at work, date nights, or casual card parties with friends.
I enjoy collecting a multitude of perfumes, but this is the only one I make sure to have in ready supply at all times.
This spicy floral fragrance is absolutely great, but I wouldn't use it for everyday wear. The spiciness of the fragrance evokes a sense of date nights with a significant other or a night out with friends at the bar. So I wouldn't want to wear it to work (as to work I wear cleaner, crisper, almost citrus scents) but other than that its fantastic
Bought this game for my PS3 when it was initially released at the end of 2011. I am still able to continue playing with the character I made originally as well as create new characters and its not boring. New quests continue to populate after you've already beaten the main story line. For those who enjoy riddles, quests, building houses, acquiring random things, and/or general melee combat with anyone, this game fits the bill.