Let’s Play PowerWash Simulator: SpongeBob SquarePants Special Pack DLC

It’s imagination time! The SpongeBob SquarePants Special Pack has released on June 29th, and it’s time to get washing! We hose down the six levels in this first ever paid DLC for the video game, and I felt like it was slightly better than the Final Fantasy VII free DLC, but not quite as good as the Tomb Raider DLC. A few of these maps were really short, the Patty Wagon was SUPER short. They made up for it with the Merman Lair, but I really wish they would have let us go inside the Krusty Krab and the Chum Bucket. I think that would have made the difference for me? I think this is a great addition to anyone who enjoys SpongeBob or just wanted more content to wash down for the game for maniacs like myself. Otherwise, you could probably skip this DLC. I’m already looking forwards to the next announcement and more things to wash down!


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