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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:42pm 19/03/12 | 9 Comments
The acronym "DLC" is spouted in spades these days, and while it's an apt one at that, there's something markedly different between bite-sized chunks of content, and actual game expansions.

This is an area the PC has always excelled at, and while there are certain games on PC doing the DLC rounds these days too, there are also PC mainstay titles and developers who like to keep things old-school and well-delivered.

Enter the second expansion for Total War: Shogun 2, Fall of the Samurai, that does not require the base game to play, yet adds infinitely to the experience if you own the first game outright.

Click here for our full review of the Fall of the Samurai expansion.

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Posted 04:52pm 19/3/12
Best thing about Shogun 2 was when you sent a ninja to do something you got a cool cinematic and the ones where he fails are just downright kick ass and funny.

Posted 04:56pm 19/3/12
Yeah I picked Shogun 2 up for $17 or something, and it's the first one where I watched the assassin movies through nearly every time.

edit: Holy s*** I just lost it at the one at around 34 seconds, I'd never seen that one.
Posted 05:04pm 19/3/12
They want $50 for this "DLC". Bugger that.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:23pm 19/3/12
it's not DLC. It's an expansion that is essentially its own game. You don't even need the base game in order to play it.
Posted 05:36pm 19/3/12
I feel that parts of this review don't take the religion of scientology seriously, and I approve.
Posted 05:41pm 19/3/12
i think i picked it up for $30 when it was first "released" as a pre order.
Posted 10:55pm 19/3/12
I still have to finish the original and RoTS campaigns >.<
Posted 11:46pm 19/3/12
Posted 10:41am 20/3/12
haha I haven't heard of that ninja stuff before. that video is awesome, what a great thing to do
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