Young Barthas Snow of the Northwatch goes forth to search for his lost uncle Banjo beyond the great wall. A difficult journey lies before him, on which he unwittingly awakens an unimaginable evil from a long dead era...Read full description
Young Barthas Snow of the Northwatch goes forth to search for his lost uncle Banjo beyond the great wall. A difficult journey lies before him, on which he unwittingly awakens an unimaginable evil from a long dead era...
In the major extension A Game of Winter, hordes of undead overrun Dungeons 2 – and not only are they accompanied by the foul stench of blood and decay, they also come equipped with a completely new, fully scored and voice acted campaign with eight maggot-ridden missions! As the Commander of the brainless army, you control 13 gruesome new units, including brain-devouring zombies, bone-crunching skeletons and sorcerous vampires, and gain eight new rooms for your dungeon to do with as you please, such as the cemetery, the laboratory and the final resting place. You can now also take command of the undead in multiplayer games!
New faction: The brainless army brings a new, undead breath of air to the Dungeons 2 universe.
New tasks: A completely new and fully scored and voice acted campaign with 8 extensive missions awaits you.
New subjects: Command 13 new units, including zombies and vampires.
New rooms: Build 8 new rooms, like the cemetery and the laboratory.
New in multiplayer: The undead can be relied upon to spread evil and wreak havoc in battle against your multiplayer adversaries!
A Game of Winter is pretty good for a DLC. It has brand new missions with new faction, Undead, which are a lot of fun to play. Gameplay is pretty much the same as in vanilla, however there are some small gimmicks for each map, like enemy being ultimate evil or rebuilding their base. The only slight fault of this game is difficulty, which is inbalanced. First couple of missions, while harder than vanilla, are still a breeze to go through, but last 2 missions are hard as nails and it is incredible difficulty spike. Challenging endgame is one thing, but throwing difficulty curve this hard is something else entirely. Also, campaign could've been a little longer. Overall, nice expansion with great new faction, but hard as nails. Pick it up when on sale, you won't be disappointed.
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