The first DLC was about 2-4 hours long, depending on your playstyle. If you liked the main story, it definitely needs to be seen, because it appears to serve as an epilogue of sorts. Very cool. Plus you get to visit Rapture once more, and that is always fun.
The price is a bit of a stickler, though. At $15 for… »
Kinja is pants on head retarded.
The only thing worse than the continual redesigns are the idiots deepthroating Gawker's balls and beyond by providing free content with lengthy blog posts.
Do that shit on a real site, where you're not earning these assholes money. »
The rest of the comments seem uninformed.
Mt Gox was originally founded to facilitate the trading of Magic The Gathering Cards. When the founder began dabbling in Cryptocurrencies, he was one of the first, and as such became mildly popular. Then he sold the site— the new owners rebuilt the site, increased security,… »
Isn't that what the first DLC introduced? The mode that gets progressively harder, until level 10 where stealth is essential? »
I watched it from the front page, via gif. I could have not even clicked the article, but I did, to gloat about it.
Not gonna get clickies if you blow the money shot on the home page. »
Not only can I confirm this, but I am amused that you've got two people going on about the OP's post, and neither stops to address the blatant lie that its propositioned upon. »
The modern day aspects can be fun— but they need to stop making the player character everyone else's bitch. Give whomever you're controlling a goal for the game, and let them pursue it during those breaks from the Animus. I don't want to help the Assassins, because they're incompetent, and I don't want to help the… »
No you couldn't, pleb. Go back to your ramen noodles, cheep booze, and hovel you call a homestead.
Remember the good old days, when you people were kept off the internet, and it wasn't such a shithole? Gah. »
Everyone knows the riders just have sex with the horses to create the necessary bonds to to well. It doesn't sound that hard. »