it should. i kept mass effect 3 and when i received my case it had the online pass included. just watch out for older games, the dlc or pass might have a expiration date. i bought dragon age 2 back in march and when i received my game from gamefly the included dlc was 5 days away from expiring. i think dlc codes are good for a year after the game is released. or at least that was the case with dragon age 2.
look i know this isn't about skyrim's graphics but let me say that i'm praying that bethesa uses skyrim's engine or even one better whenever they make the next fallout. FALLOUT!!!! p.s. yeah i love the graphs on skyrim, when i have a stressful day i like to play skyrim and hang around the forests and listen to the sounds of nature while i shoot steel arrows into some frostbite spiders
um, EA, the publisher of BF3, in an effort to try to get more gamers to buy new games instead of renting and buying second-hand decided to start doing these "online passes". It's a nightmare to the gamers who rent because if you rented bf3 just for the multiplayer, then you will have to buy the online pass off PSN. But, if you do buy the pass, and you really like it, you can always buy a pre-played copy, you will aways keep the online pass. In the future you might want to check on games like this just to make sure you don't have to pay more money to play.
sorry, while episodes has the complete city map that gta IV has it does not come with gta IV. but don't dispare, you can buy gta IV at any game shop for less than $20 and shew, it's worth every cent. there is a bundle game available, but if you already have the episodes then your better off just buying gta iv for cheap.
if you compare skyrim with other rpgs like the dragon age games you would see skyrim doesn't have alot of blood and gore. The mass effect games are somewhat "clean" and i don't remember a lot of swearing in them neither. you can do headshots and set enemies on fire, but no gore.