So back last year saw the release of Never Alone [Kisima Ingitchuna] which was a beautiful game despite some of the flaws. Nevertheless, I remembered the game for being unique by linking itself with Inuit culture.
Never Alone has now come with its first expansion pack. I guess there’s a plan for possible further expansions? Or it is possibly the only expansion that Never Alone will get. I am going off-track already. As I was saying, it has released its first expansion back in July called Fox-Tales which is based on an Inuit story called: The Two Coastal Brothers.
Mark of the Ninja: Special Edition expands on the Mark of the Ninja experience by bringing in a new playing style, new challenges, new tools and developers commentary!
Okay, technically the name is Mark of the Ninja: Special Edition DLC and it is not a re-release of the game. It just adds an additional level to the game as fans of the game were asking for extra content to the game.
Trine 2: Goblin Menace is the only official add-on for Trine 2. Minus the bonus Dwarven Cavern level. It takes place after the main story, as it is only accessible once you defeat the last boss in the last chapter.
For some odd reason, when I upgraded to Trine 2: Complete Story….the add-on wasn’t available immediately. I eventually figured out that I had to fight the last boss again to start the add-on.
ps: is it just me or does this year’s summer Steam sale seem really glitched?
To be honest, there were only two DLCs for Fallout 3 that I was not a big fan of. The Pitt and Mothership Zeta. Between the two, The Pitt at least made more sense to me in the context of the wastelands compared to Mothership Zeta.
You head off to the industrial raider town known as “The Pitt” in the supposed remains of Pittsburgh. Why? To help recover the cure to the mutation that plagues the slaves working at the steel factory. Seems simple enough, right? The longer you stay in the Pitt, you find that things may not be black and white as you think.
It feels very odd typing a review for an official add-on for a game that you never realized you missed a couple of years back.
Point Lookout takes you, the lone wanderer into the swamps of Point Outlook State Park. A place where the bombs never hit, but the world has left behind…all forgotten. You find yourself in the middle of a bitter vendetta that had roots long before the Great War occurred. It can only be ended with one of the rival’s deaths. Whose side will you ultimately choose?