I finished playing the Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning DLCs (Dead Kel and Teeth of Naros) and I really liked them. Well worth the asking price if you do all the quests there, and even better if you can snag them on sale (which I did a few weeks ago). At first I though Dead Kel was a bigger area than Naros with less quests, but more quests open up as you do the main story of it and several open up after the keep is completed (probably the coolest house in the game). Naros was great as well, although a little predictable. Of course, I do really like floating cities, so that could explain it.
Thankfully I might be getting a part time job for the Christmas season. This will be great, since we might be able to go from losing $400+ a month to losing...well, hopefully nothing, but we will see. Don't worry, I will still be a S@HD Gamer!
Last and certainly not least, I'm happy that a European RPG called "Of Orcs and Men" will be coming out in the US. The trailers look really cool, and the game looks fun. Also note that I loved Two Worlds 2, Divinity II, Risen and Arcania, and it looks like it will fit right in. As much as I'd love an Xbox 360 physical disk version, US seems to only be getting PC digital and PSN releases. I'm ok with that, and we'll see if I can get a review copy of that! Wouldn't that be sweet? Trick question, of course it would.