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Submitted by Wick 967d ago | review

Darksiders II: The Demon Lord Belial DLC Review | WGTC

Chad from We Got This Covered wrote:

This generation, we’ve received countless downloadable add-ons, from unnecessary horse armour to incredible and long-serving expansions. In-between, there have been many story-based add-ons of varied lengths, including Vigil Games’ first two for Darksiders II, as well as its just-released third mini-campaign. Whether you like it or not, downloadable content is here to stay, and its lack of pricing regulations means buyer beware is in order. After all, you won’t always get what you paid for. (Darksiders 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 65/100

MrAnderson  +   966d ago
I know THQ are in financial troubles, but this DLC was unacceptable to me, i loved both the other DLC's (all be it they were only around 2 hours, but still good quality) this one was 30 minutes of linear path walking, ending with an awesome boss fight, and it's like $10 / £6.49 totally unacceptable for that price :\ and this is coming from someone who LOVED Darksiders 2.

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