The lights are on
Konami has announced that the second batch of Neverdead DLC is now available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game. It offers a new playable character for online mode and three new challenges. It also takes place in a sewer, which is sure to provide plenty of fodder for all the jokesters out there.
The structure pretty much follows that of its predecessor. For about four bucks you get a new character (Chief Sullivan, head of the National Anti-Demon Agency) and a pair of new costumes, as well as new Egg Hunt, Fragile Alliance, and Onslaught levels. This time, though, the levels are set in a sewer. That's probably just an incredible coincidence. Right?
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a sewer is suitable for garbage.
DLC for a game no one bought, interesting.
I thought the game was a sewer.
They would have a better time at it, if they just released the DLC for free. Its a bad game, no one is going to pay for more of it.
I am just now aware of its existence...
I was thinking the same. A sewer suits this game lol. They are really trying to make money with DLC releases. Who would play this game to begin with?
Looks like NeverDead will... never be dead.
Ha sewer. They got poop in them it's funny cuz poop.
As long as Konami is put the money to a new Contra game it is ok.
I find it hard to believe this game sold well with all the poor reviews. this leads me to believe this "DLC" was already done when the game was released. I don't see how a company would spend more money on a game that made no money.
The guy on the left looks like Frank West, who has been binge drinking for about three days, and then someone handed him a sword and told him to go into the sewers.
Who even played this game?
BTW, on the left side, there is an article titled "NeverDead Looks Crazy and We Love It" LOL
I get it. . .
Maybe its in reverse, and next its goin up the a whole.