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Strange Brigade - Isle of the Dead

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

73

Top Critic Average

50%

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Based on 7 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 9, 2018
Xbox OneOct 9, 2018
PCOct 9, 2018

Developer: Rebellion

Genres: Action, Adventure

A fortified pirate settlement in an uncharted region of the Mediterranean? Reports of murderous monsters roaming a remote jungle paradise? All in a day's work for the Strange Brigade! Welcome, adventurers, to the Isle of the Dead, the first mission in a thrilling new three-part Strange Brigade campaign: The Thrice Damned! Seteki may have been defeated, but there’s no rest for the wicked, not even for a spot of tea! Expand your Strange Brigade adventure with this new story mission, explore a spooky island solo or in 2-4 player co-op and send legions of evil skeletons back to the sand from whence they came!
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Strange Brigade - The Thrice Damned #1 | PC, PS4, Xbox One

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The first story-based DLC for Strange Brigade is out now and is a must buy for fans of the game. Isle Of The Dead is part one of the Thrice Damned campaign, and while it introduces a few new elements, it doesn't stray far from the formula that made the game so much fun in the first place.

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Like the base game, it's a no-frills experience, but this time a few frills would've been welcome.

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If you haven't already played the game, then there's not that much here that will make you rush out and get it, but for £7.99, nobody was really expecting that. If, like me, you really enjoyed the old-school romp as it was initially conceived, then this is more of the same with a little garnish to boot.

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Isle of the Dead is a good DLC with plenty of reason to replay a few times in order to collect and claim everything, but the limitations of online only co-op, with an already diminishing community, have already started to shine through

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