Pretty much what everyone said: the expansion, improved visuals, improved framerate, and the game is better balanced so it takes less XP to level up. In Ego Draconis it constantly felt like you were nothing but a punching bag, now your character can actually kick some ass.
I'm currently playing the retail version and it's a fun and lengthy game and really opens up with a bunch of stuff to do after the first area. It's definitely worth it.
As long as you're in my house, you'll do what I do, and believe what I believe. So butter your bacon... and bacon up that sausage, boy.
i could never get into it after the first tutorial area i got demolished trying to go to the tower tried 3 different builds and could never get passed all the skeletons to the tower we were supposed to go to
Official Occult Iaito of the Dark Souls board. I just wanted to raise his affection, NOT have him lick my nipples
... but they still didn't fix the dumbassed control map. Be ready to fire off a special ability when you leave the menu.
Every. Single. Time. Although I guess it's at least partly my fault for mashing the B button every time.
Thanks guys, looks like I'll be picking it ip then. On a side note, I've recently picked up Hitman: Absolution, Divinity 2, The Witcher, Max Payne 3, Alan Wake and one other game I can't think of now literally a day before heavy sales were announced for them. Seems I having a spot of bad luck recently.
Twilight is like Soccer: 2 hours of people running around, no one scoring and millions of fans telling me I don't get it. - Maliice