Got Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, which is basically a Complete Edition with menu fixes and balance tweaks, and a new area that Capcom said was impossible to be DLC for the original (I feel sorry for anyone that owned the original and bought the game for the shitty Dark Arisen quest). I don't buy for a second it couldn't be DLC for the original, basically a girl appears at the harbor in the first town at night, then when you talk to her screen goes black and you load into a new area. Apparently that was so impossible to implement Capcom felt the need to make a full re-release for it and make fans pay 40$ for a 5 hour "expansion" quest, double kick in the balls if you bought the DLC (having the DLC on disk is the only benefit of this rehash). For a company all about screwing people with DLC, I find it hard to believe they don't code there games to even allow them to allow such easy DLC implementation as that, unless Capcom's dev teams are truly that shitty.
Anyway has to be the most overrated game, by gamers, I have ever played. One of them times I actually agree with critics. Beating on a giant health spoonge enemy for 30 minutes, even when I have the best equipment you can get in that stage of the game, that has like 3 attack patterns isn't my idea of fun, no it is not.
Although there is 2 good thing about it. It makes me appreciate owning The Witcher 2, Dragon Age Origins, and Skyrim a whole lot more, and it makes me feel less stupid for owning Dragon Age 2 and all 3 Fable games!