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If you experienced Dishonored, you no doubt caught the catalyst for the protagonist’s entire adventure at the start of the game: the death of the beloved Empress of the The Empire of Isles. But who actually killed her? Why, none other than Daud — assassin extraordinaire, and man of dubious moral standing.

Well, you get to play as him in Knife of Dunwall — and it’s a ton of fun. Read more… »

I’m not really a fan of Sir Hammerlock — in fact, he’s probably the only character in the first game I didn’t like. I get that the game was going for an “old bean by jove” gentlemanly hunter type, but I felt like he was mostly just a walking trope.

Naturally, I was hesitant to get excited over a new DLC featuring Sir Hammerlock. But you know what? He’s probably the best part of it. Read more… »

Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt

Got your blunderbusses ready? (That’s a gun in Borderlands 2, right?) Hope so because the third out of four planned DLC packs, Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt, hits Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC today!

However, PS3 Borderlands 2 players in Europe and Oceania will have to wait until tomorrow to sally forth in search of big game.


Borderlands 2 was in your face pretty much at all times, and I loved it for it. The quality of writing and fun factor were increased tenfold in the sequel, so much so that I feel like it’s an entirely new IP.

Naturally, people are probably expecting quite a bit from each of the four Season Pass offerings, after Gearbox hyped them up and equated all of them to the highly lauded General Knoxx.

We already had the chance to experience Scarlett’s Booty, a DLC that sought to offer up a new type of adventure, and now we have Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage. Although it isn’t Earth-shattering, Mr. Torgue carries on the heart of the original game.


Dark Souls, how much do I love thee? Let me count the ways: the way you bash me into oblivion, swallow me whole, suck me into the endless abyss, and…wait.

Now that I think about it, this is a pretty one sided relationship. Still, I just can’t get enough, and now it’s time to dive right back in with Artorias of the Abyss, a new $15 DLC pack that’s sold piecemeal on consoles (but comes standard in the PC version of the game).

Despite all its transgressions, I’m pleased to say: it’s more Dark Souls. And that’s a great thing. Read more… »

The Binding of Isaac: Wrath of the Lamb

Confession time: I’ve barely touched The Binding of Isaac ever since I first downloaded it. However, I have a feeling that the fact that the Wrath of the Lamb DLC is now available on Steam might cause me to spend some more time in Isaac’s creepy disgusting world.

For just $2.99, Wrath of the Lamb adds new items, chapters, achievements, bosses, and more. According to the developers this expansion adds 50% more content to the game. Sounds like a much better deal than some of the other DLC packs out there. I’m looking at you, horse armor.

Idylla Teeth of Naros

38 Studios’ wasn’t kidding around when they said they were going to support Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning after its release. They already put out The Legend of Dead Kel last month, and now today they revealed the latest bit of content coming your way: The Teeth of Naros.

Read on for more information about the aforementioned Naros chompers.


Amalur Dead Kel

Our review for new RPG Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is coming later this week, but today developer 38 Studios announced a new batch of DLC for the game. The pirate-themed The Legend of Dead Kel will drop anchor on March 20.

Hit the jump for more details about Amalur’s latest DLC pack. Read more… »

Ryu won’t be the only addition to Asura’s Wrath – Capcom states that there are two extra episodes on the way, packed with anime cutscenes from Studio 4°C . Asura’s Wrath is shaping up to be quite the anime homage — between the Dragon Ball Z-esque over-the-top fight sequences and the anime cutscenes, it’s looking like a must-buy for all old school anime fans.

The game releases next week for the 360 and PS3, and there’s a demo out now if you’re interested. QTEs or not, I’ll be checking out the game for sure.

[Source: Siliconera]

Jamestown Gunpowder Treason and Plot DLC

I’m not a big shmup fan, but Final Form Games’ Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony broke down my barriers. With it’s unique setting (17th Century Mars?!) memorable sprite-based artwork, and killer gameplay it became my favorite shmup.

Well, now I have a reason to play it again. Final Form Games have released the Gunpowder, Treason, and Plot DLC today! Hit the jump for more details. Read more… »

The last bit of New Vegas DLC is finally here! The core premise of Lonesome Road is a final confrontation with Ulysses – the mysterious courier that passed up the job that almost got you killed. What are his motives? Does he really want you dead, or did he just try and save his own skin?

More importantly: is the DLC worth buying to find out? Read on for the answer.


So far, Obsidian has given us Dead Money and Honest Heartsboth of which had their positives and negatives, but nothing on New Vegas’ table has been as definitive as Fallout 3′s Broken Steel.

Thankfully, Obsidian’s latest offering, the appropriately titled Old World Blues, comes close.