Diehard GameFAN: Stacking: The Lost Hobo King Review

Less than two months after Stacking was released on the Playstation Network and Xbox Live, we have our first piece of DLC for the game. I was pretty excited for this. If you read my original review of the game, you know that I absolutely adored Stacking. A few days ago, Stacking also made the #2 spot in my Best of Q1 2011 list I was pretty happy with the DLC for Costume Quest, Grubbins on Ice (which is where we first met Charlie Blackmore) and found it to be well worth my money. So five dollars towards DLC for a game that I loved and received for free via Playstation Plus sounded like money well spent.

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GodsHand2746d ago

Very short add-on, I personaly would say it's not worth the $5.

lodossrage2745d ago

My opinion is the full game wasn't worth the 14.99 they asked for it either.

Sure it was a decent game and all that. But that game was very short and had nothing to make you replay it after you beat it. Which by the way, you can beat the game in about an hour and a half. I'm glad I have ps plus because I would have been very angry if I had shelled out 14.99 for stacking.

Costume Quest was a much better effort on their part

GodsHand2745d ago

That was the reason I bought the DLC, because I got the main game for being a PS+ member. But I just started the game, and finished it in about 30 min. Keep in mind I did not find every doll, are complete every quest (that have multiply ways of solving), nor do every hi-jinx.

But I can agree costume quest was/is a great game.