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Overlord Not Over

While it didn't make an enormous immediate splash, Age of Wonders veterans Triumph Studio's Overlord was a quirky and agreeable Pantomime-Dame of a Fable vs Pikmin Evil-em-up (Or So Sez I!). And it's done well enough to get some extra content, with a downloadable pay-for expansion called Raising Hell. It adds a new level to each of its worlds which opens up upon defeating its ruler, which leads to - well - Hell.

It also include a Challenge pack of extra-tricky challenges for the £4.99 or (er) 10 Euros it charges. These are actually both the X360 downloadable content packs. But, agreeably cheaper. Hurrah! And the trailer for these demonic adventures can be found in the stygian underworld below...

Oh, it burns, my lord, it burns.

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Thanks, Gametrailers. You go to hell and back for us, and we're so, so grateful.

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