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Aug 7, 2020
Game DLC review – Nioh 2: The Tengu’s Disciple Developer Group Ninja’s Nioh had lots of enjoyable DLC packs that had been launched in 2017 to additional the story of the sport. Properly, the developer is at it once more providing much more content material for followers that will have already completed the primary story of this 12 months’s Nioh 2. I do have to notice right here that it is best to solely purchase and play the brand new DLC referred to as ‘The Tengu’s Disciple’ in case you have already completed the primary story in Nioh 2. It is because the phases within the recreation require you to be round stage 120 and above! In case you under-levelled, there’s no probability you possibly can full the DLC. The Tengu’s Disciple DLC is a facet story set after the occasions of the primary recreation. Your most important character is transported again in time to satisfy and struggle with the characters of Benkei the Monk and even Minamoto no Yoshitsune. Though Group Ninja advertises that the DLC has 10 missions in complete, solely two of them are most important story DLC. The opposite eight missions are side-missions or boss fights which are fairly quick and don’t have a storyline of their very own. Within the first mission of the DLC, you might be set in a stage that is filled with sunken ships. I discovered trekking this mission to be fairly annoying as a result of I saved falling into the water. Your character can’t swim in Nioh 2, so I managed to die extra instances falling down somewhat than getting killed by enemies and managers. Killing the enemies was fairly straightforward for me although as a result of my present stage within the recreation is over 230. Not one of the enemies had an opportunity to even scratch me as a result of my stage was properly above the really useful stage. The primary boss is just about an homage to the Umi-bozu boss from the primary recreation. He just about has the identical assault patterns so it was fairly straightforward for me to defeat him. As for the second mission, this takes place in a cool trying bamboo forest. Nonetheless, the primary a part of the second stage was just a little irritating. This was as a result of I used to be misplaced inside a mine shaft and it was laborious figuring out the place to go. As for the tip boss, you must face Minamoto no Yoshitsune himself. Whereas this boss was tougher than the primary one, it didn’t take me too lengthy to grasp his sample and end him off. I’ll say that the brand new enemies within the DLC freaked me out although. One new enemy kind is a really ugly trying crab that has a moustache for some purpose! I laughed the primary time I noticed them, however they’re freaky to take a look at after some time. One other enemy kind is a pink blob that may swallow the primary character entire like Nintendo’s Kirby. If what a blobfish appears to be like like, this enemy is a good greater and uglier model of that! There’s additionally a brand new weapon so that you can attain referred to as the Splitstaff. Admittedly, I didn’t even use the Splitstaff throughout my playthrough as a result of my Kusarigama did greater than sufficient harm to each the enemies and boss fights. On account of my excessive stage, I believed the DLC felt fairly quick. It didn’t take too lengthy to complete the 2 most important missions, and the facet tales had been even shorter than that. Nonetheless, it should take you for much longer in case your most important stage isn’t excessive sufficient. Nioh 2: The Tengu’s Disciple is a element DLC launch that may enchantment to hardcore followers of the sport. It may not provide an excessive amount of content material, nevertheless it’s nonetheless enjoyable to play by means of because of the sport’s glorious fight mechanics. If you wish to purchase the DLC, it’s at present $15.95 on the New Zealand PlayStation Retailer. Alternatively, you should buy the $39.95 Season Move that provides you entry to extra future DLC too.