Submitted by Lucario 1064d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Darksiders II: Abyssal Forge Review

DHGF: Look, I enjoyed Darksiders II a lot. I also rather liked Argul’s Tomb, even though I took issue with certain aspects of it, such as the price. Abyssal Forge, however, felt like it was phoned in. It’s much shorter than its predecessor and can be cleared in much less than an hour, so long as the glitches don’t halt your progress. It’s also more expensive, as eight hundred MSP (or $10) is far too much to justify investing in this, especially since I couldn’t even physically finish it on account of the bugs. Regardless of your love of the game, I recommend passing on Abyssal Forge. Hopefully, the next piece of content is more of an effort. (Darksiders 2, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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