Summary: I had the original and wanted the DLC but something magically caused it to be that I had to repurchase the game. A questionably sketchy tactic by capcom that didn't earn them any favors. So this serves as a game of the year kind of thing where you get the little bit (it really isn't that much to be honest) of content added but really it's exactly the same.
An Unfortunate Secret That You'll Want to spread the word about ASAP
Michael Jones, Amazon
23 June 2014
Summary: If you're not in a rush to jump ship to PS4 or XBone, Then invest in this game. Never have I played a game giving so much of what I want out of an RPG since Zelda or Sercret of Mana for the SNES. Imagine a game with freeroam/open world quests with deep strategy that doesn't wait around for turns. Its real time and your enemies will be giant and small. You will face debilitations that can make you sick, sleep, or turn you to stone.
Summary: So, Dragon's Dogma. I bought this because it looked like an awesome, original experience, and to its credit, it was. I know a lot of people are touchy about this particular title, and it has a small, devoted, hardcore following, so I'll just list the good and bad I found with the game. Good: 1. Combat. Hands-down the single best part of this game. This was one of those rare experiences I had where combat leaped over storyline in importance for me.
Summary: My son wanted it for Christmas. I don't play video games, so I don't know anything about the content. It may be rated M, but he is now 18. The game arrived quickly, was well packaged, and very reasonably priced.