Let’s Play DLC Quest

This is a pretty funny and short indy game that pokes fun at all of the DLC in gaming, including the infamous horse armor pack that came out during the Elder Scrolls: Oblivion days! Not a bad game, pretty easy and quick to get through if you are going for an Any% completion like I did. The achievements offer a bit more of a challenge if you are into that, and the expansion in the form of “Live Freemium or Die” adds a bit more story to the mixture and makes the game a bit harder, adding in spike pits and platforming jumps for experienced platformers. All in all, a nice little cheeky game that will make you chuckle at some of the references.

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