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  1. Feb 26, 2014
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    Visually reminiscent of "Portal," this DLC was able to be obtained for free if you pre-ordered the main game. Now it's available for purchaseVisually reminiscent of "Portal," this DLC was able to be obtained for free if you pre-ordered the main game. Now it's available for purchase on PSN, and while it is a good and fun DLC, the incredibly sort length and lack of any replay value do make it kind of hard to recommend spending money on even if it is only $4.99. The only way I would recommend buying it is if you are an extreme fan of the main game.

    There's a greater focus on what people might call actual gameplay than what the main game offered. You basically go through several rooms and complete puzzles in order to progress while the game times you. The puzzles are well done, and it's a welcome look at the CIA training that Jodie was put through, but once you complete it and get a good time there is no reason to ever play with it again. The puzzles are going to be the same no matter what, so this is a one playthrough and then done sort of DLC. It's hardly worth the asking price at all.

    Like I said before it is fun for a playthrough, and I was one of the people who got it for free so I feel I can't be too hard on it. That being said I do not view this as worth paying for. Maybe if you are a hardcore fan who just has to see what this DLC offers then it might be worth paying for. It's not a bad DLC by any means, it's just not one worth paying for.
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