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Strange Brigade - The Sunken Kingdom

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 30, 2018
Xbox OneOct 30, 2018
PCOct 30, 2018

Developer: Rebellion

Genre: Action

A mythical underground city with a tremendously tantalising temple at its very centre? Deadly cave-dwelling nasties hiding around every corner waiting to pounce? Just another Tuesday for the Strange Brigade!

Mind your head adventurer, The Sunken Kingdom is the second brand new mission in The Thrice Damned campaign.

You might have liberated the first Shield of Bes fragment from those fiendish foes, but there's still work to be done! Continue the story with this thrilling new mission and blast your way through a captivatingly colossal city solo or in 2-4 player co-op!
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Strange Brigade - The Thrice Damned #2 | PC, PS4, Xbox One

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Adrian Burrows

It’s a real shame, as there’s a lot to like with Strange Brigade’s straight-forward co-op shoot-em-up formula, however, Rebellion Games are going to have to do more to freshen up the experience if they want players to return to see the end of The Thrice Damned.

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Gaming Nexus

7 / 10.0
Gaming Nexus

The Sunken Kingdom is a fairly small expansion for the Strange Brigade, and while it doesn't exactly bring a whole compendium of new mechanics and adventures into play, it serves as a strong continuation of all the things I enjoyed about the original Strange Brigade campaign. Players get a chance to explore a beautiful and fun mission, all in the shoes of a brand new character. The DLC also brings some new weapons, equipment, and amulet powers to the playing field, giving players some room to experiment with different combinations. In addition the DLC, Rebellion has done a great job of periodically adding new (and free) content to keep players entertained, so there's no reason to expect them to stop now.

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