Enslaved Gets "Pigsy's Perfect 10" DLC – Includes 3D Support

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I really loved Enslaved. Sure, as a videogame it fell short in a few key areas, but as a story with great, interesting characters and a wonderful setting, it managed to hold a special place in my heart.

Enslaved is also not the longest game in the world, but thanks to a new DLC pack that’s on the way, it gets to be a little longer. The DLC titled “Pigsy’s Perfect 10” changes things up quite a lot by taking you our of the role of Monkey, and putting you in the shoes of chubby ol’ Pigsy himself.

More details through the jump.

A short bit of information was given by Ninja Theory/Namco explaining everything about the new DLC, and it goes a little something like this:

“Pigsy, the comical porcine character known for his one-line zingers and questionable hygiene, finally gets his time in the spotlight. The Titan Graveyard is a lonely place and Pigsy really needs some companionship beyond the mechs that roam the area.

“He dreams of the perfect woman and embarks on a mission to build one from scratch using scrap parts he finds around the junkyard. In contrast to the main game which features strong, capable Monkey as the playable character, Pigsy is much more of a lover than a fighter. Pigsy’s gameplay will have a completely different gameplay dynamic, with a focus on stealth and sharp-shooting. He has plenty of tricks up his sleeves including a far-reaching hookshot, trusty sniper rifle, various grenades and devices, Trouble Vision eye piece and the aid of his trusty mechanical sidekick Truffles.”

The DLC will be going for 800 MS points on Xbox Live and $10 (or the local equivalent) on PSN and will also be bringing with it support of the three-dimensional kind. So then, that’s umm… some really great news for all those zillions of people out there who own 3DTV’s.

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If you don’t own a 3DTV, then the game will still offer 3D stereo vision using TriOviz INFICOLOR 3D glasses.

Source: VG247

Last Updated: October 29, 2010

Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since '08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

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