If you are a fan of World Wonder Ring Stardom, Japan’s leading women’s professional wrestling promotion, then you are in for a treat. Spike Chunsoft recently announced the World Wonder Ring Stardom DLC for their game Fire Pro Wrestling World. This DLC will arrive on August 21st, 2019 on both Playstation 4 as well as Steam
The Wolfpack DLC adds two brand new heists to the game along with a brand new class, the technician. The new heists offer a lot of fun, but are also challenging enough to keep veterans on their toes. The new class also comes with their own new weapons and gadgets, including a grenade launcher and sentry gun, which is pretty impressive. All in all, there’s no reason not to grab this DLC if you are a fan of the game, although the developers have generously included the option to invite friends to the new heists if you own the DLC and they don’t.
Gameplay: Two brand new heists, a brand new class and some new weaponry.
Graphics: Still the same as the base game.
Sound: Not much has changed compared to the base game
While it doesn’t wrap things up neatly, “The Writer” offers us another chance to experience the twisted world of Alan Wake. As far as DLC goes, this one has enough content to make it worthwhile, but don’t expect too many answers.
Gameplay: A little less combat, but that’s not a bad thing.
Graphics: Same engine obviously, but the twisted locations are great.
Sound: Solid as ever
If you plan on playing this DLC episode in order to get some answers you are in for a disappointment. Alan is still battling his inner demons and in this episode they are out in full force. There are some interesting new ideas but don’t expect too many revelations.
Gameplay: A lot more action packed than the main game.
Graphics: The same as the main game, but the locations are twisted around.
Sound: Still good
With tables based around Back to The Future, Jaws and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, the Universal Classics Pinball pack is a must have for fans of the genre. All three of the tables on offer look great and are a lot of fun to play. The table designers have done an admirable job with fusing these licenses with pinball instead of simply using images based on the films. Unfortunately, none of the tables feature licensed music, which is really a pity for films like these that has such iconic soundtracks. However, apart from the music there is very little to fault here and these tables offer a nice break from all the Marvel and Star Wars tables available for the platform.
Gameplay: Three tables with great designs that are a lot of fun to play.
Graphics: Each table features plenty of visual elements from the films as well as some great looking 3D models.
Sound: The sound effects and voice acting are decent enough, but the lack of licensed music is a bummer
If you are a fan of the Alien license and enjoy pinball then this pack is a no-brainer. It features three tables that not only look great, but are a lot of fun to play as well. Zen Studios also made sure that the tables stay true to their source material in regards to audio and visuals. Even amongst all the other excellent titles already released for Pinball FX2, this pack stands out.
Gameplay: The Aliens vs. Pinball table is the most fun, but the other two are great as well.
Graphics: Great use of the source material.
Sound: Once again the source material is used to good effect
Leliana’s Song is a pretty short standalone campaign, which is a must download for fans of the sneaky bard and Dragon Age completionists. As for the rest, well if you are not tired of Dragon Age yet and don’t mind shelling out for a very short adventure then you can do far worse than this.
Gameplay: Pretty short, but action packed and polished.
Graphics: Same old Dragon Age, nothing new.
Sound: Some nice voice acting throughout
While not the epic finale that I would have liked to see, Claptrap’s Robot Revolution still has plenty to offer fans of the game. The Claptraps are adorable and the new “claptrapped” enemies look pretty cool even if they still act the same. While not as big on content as the last DLC it should tide fans over until the inevitable arrival of Borderlands 2.
Gameplay: More of the same but still fun.
Graphics: Apart from the Claptrapped themed enemies, not much new.
Sound: Still good
Mothership Zeta is a bit of a step backwards as far as Fallout 3 DLC is concerned. The game still has the trademark humor and some interesting areas, but the endless combat and lack of side missions turns it into a grind at times.
Gameplay: Strips Fallout 3 down to a linear corridor shooter.
Graphics: Brand new visual assets and a suitably sci-fi environment.
Sound: Still good
With more humour, weapons, enemies, locations and vehicles this is the best Borderlands DLC yet. A much improved effort than Mad Moxxis Underdome Riot and another chance to loot Pandora. The story is engaging and apart from the tedious driving sections this DLC is a lot of fun to play. If you own Borderlands then you definitely want this DLC as it ups the level cap and throws in some nice high-level loot.
Gameplay: A much better effort than the previous DLC.
Graphics: Nice but nothing we haven’t seen before in the main game.
Sound: The usual high standard