DLC Review - SÃ¶ldner-X 2: Final Prototype - The Last Chapter
I recently reviewed SÃ¶ldner-X 2: Final Prototype (and loved its sharp controls!) and promised you I’d also review the The Last Chapter DLC. Read below to find out what I thought of the new levels!
Get ready for even more bullets & action!
Maximize your SÃ¶ldner-X 2: Final Prototype experience with this action-packed expansion. The Last Chapter adds 3 exciting stages, 13 challenges, 11 trophies and more to the original game.
â€¢ 3 additional stages
â€¢ 13 new challenges, including a secret stage
â€¢ 11 additional trophies
Purchasing this content entitles you to both the PS3â„¢ and â€œPS Vitaâ€ versions!
SÃ¶ldner-X 2: Final Prototype – The Last Chapter Trailer
The SÃ¶ldner-X 2: Final Prototype DLC includes three levels that expand on and conclude the main story. One of the first thing I noticed is that the levels feel a little longer than the ones in the main game. Of course, you’ll also be dodging a storm of bullets, and I think that these new levels are even crazier than the previous ones but somehow manage to remain accessible to a broad audience with its fair difficulty.
In these levels, you’ll encounter new enemies, and a follow-up to the main story that will ultimately lead you to face the Aarg Empire’s dark overlord ship! Honestly, the boss fight that concludes this DLC is epic enough that I think it’s worth the price of the whole level pack!
I cleared the whole extension in under an hour, but as was the case with Final Prototype, you are encouraged to replay each level several times in order to experience everything this DLC pack has to offer.
I really liked SÃ¶ldner-X 2: Final Prototype, so it was great to get a chance to review the DLC pack as well, which adds 3 levels to this release.
The overall game is short (there are still only a few levels to conquer), but like I mentioned earlier, the last boss was interesting enough to justify the price of this DLC.
If you’re interested in the collection, take note that purchasing the game + DLC bundle is less expensive than purchasing each one separately!
[review pros=”Great addition to Final Prototype
Levels are a little longer and crazier than the ones in the main game
Cross-Buy between the PS3 and Vita versions” cons=”Relatively short experience” score=80]
Game Cost: $4.99 (Less if bundled with the main game)
PSN Game size: 360MB