Chronicles of a Dark Lord: Episode 1 Getting Some DLC

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Chronicles of a Dark Lord

Kisareth Studios has announced that their 16-bit RPG Chronicles of a Dark Lord: Episode 1 Tides of Fate will be getting a bit of DLC. The DLC will add some new features, a graphics upgrade, and lead the story into the upcoming Episode 2.

Here are some of the new features from their press e-mail:

– 80% of the original mapping graphics/textures have been replaced.
– New “Battle Gauge” that now puts the player in control over when/how often a random encounter takes place.
– New Title Screen.
– New post-game dungeon that expands on the back-story of Magus Drakhen Lee.
– 6 new music tracks.
– New bosses and regular enemies created exclusively for the DLC with new enemy art including a new superboss.

The DLC will set you back $1.50 (USD) and be available on Kisareth Studios’ website first, then on Desura, Amazon, Shiny Loot, Green Man Gaming, and Gamersgate soon after. There will also be a $3.99 bundle that will include Dark Lord: Episode 1 Tides of Fate on certain sites like Desura.  If you would like more information about this game you can check out my full review.

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