- Publisher: Edmund McMillen
- Release Date: May 28, 2012
The Binding of Isaac: Wrath of the Lamb is the expansion to The Binding of Isaac, a randomly generated action RPG shooter with heavy Rogue-like elements. Following Isaac on his journey players will find bizarre treasures that change Isaacs form giving him super human abilities and enabling him to fight off droves of mysterious creatures, discover secrets and fight his way to safety.
- 100+ new items! (now over 235 items!)
- 5+ new chapters!
- 20+ new enemies!
- 25 new achievements!
- 15+ new bosses!
- 6+ new room types!
- 6+ new mysterious item drops (eternal hearts, playing cards, dimes and more!)
- 5+ new music tracks by Danny B
- A new item type, Trinkets
- A new challenge mode with 10 unique challenges that unlock more content
- A new unlockable character, Samson (The Beserker)
- A new final (final) chapter and boss with new endings
- Tons of new random happenings, curses, blessings, npcs, fortune tellers and more!
- Also more super secrets than you'd probably expect... good luck finding them all.… Expand
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Jul 27, 2012Very little game that gives you way more fun-moments than most big titles. You keep replaying it and it never gets boring. It's very hard and you need a lot of practice. Not that that is a problem. The game is packed with shady humor and it's really suited for almost everybody with some sense pf humor… Expand
Jun 21, 2012Binding of isaac already had massive replay value and this just pushes it to the extreme.
3$ for 70% more content including 25 new bosses and mini-bosses, over 100 new items, a new floor type for every existing floor type plus a bonus floor, a whole bunch of new enemies, new rooms, and so much more. The new floors are much more challenging than the old ones but this is welcome after mastering the vanilla floors, and now that there are over 200 items in the game, its even funner to go and play the game just to see what kind of build you get. While there are bugs, they are getting patched very often and are not a reason not to get this as, a dlc so gigantic is bound to have unforseen bugs.
However if you have never play the binding of isaac, i recommend that you play without the dlc on first, as it adds much more difficulty to the game and you might want to be familiar with the game first. Its amazing how this 3$ dlc delivers more than a 15$ Call of Duty multiplayer map pack.… Expand
Jun 1, 2012This is one of the best dlc's I've ever had for a game, it actually changes the way you play! Overall the game is more difficult than before but why would a newbie buy it before the original? The game for me before was way too easy after killing mom after the 10th time (I've kill mom's heart 28 times). The items are fresh and the soundtrack's still fits perfectly + challenges are fun/hard. For $3 you get a new game basically.… Expand
Jun 1, 2012This expansion adds so much new content that it's hard to go back to the original. Using the new character, Samson, requires a strategy different from playing as other characters, and it adds a new level of difficulty to the game. Yes, it has its fair share of bugs, but I would rather have them patched later than to have had to wait even longer to get this expansion. Why? It's a diamond in the rough, not a polished turd. I find the glitches to be anything but detrimental (except for one where you fight a difficult boss from very far in the game) and in some cases, amusing, similar to Skyrim. It's three dollars. You can't go wrong. Just get it.… Expand
May 29, 2012The Binding of Isaac, containing randomly-generated dungeons to explore with an insurmountable combination of bosses and enemies, made for a near-infinitely replayable game. The Wrath of the Lamb, being only $3.00, takes that to its extreme, making the deepest parts of the game darker, and the hardest parts even more difficult. You may have mastered The Binding of Isaac, but there's more to come in this low-cost, high-content addition to the game.… Expand
Aug 16, 2012I gave the original a 10. this one is lower because of you either get really awesome items from the beginning and you can pass the game or you get crappy ones and die. Also the new character isn't all that great. Samson wasn't worth playing or perhaps was just too hard because I never got good items with him. I did enjoy seeing the new levels but somehow it just wasn't as fun as the original. I played though only about 20x compared to over 100x with the original. overall however it was still worth the $3 full price from steam.… Expand