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All in all I'd say it would be foolish to own The Binding of Isaac and not shell out for this expansion seeing as it so cheap. It pumps the game up so greatly and fluidly that whether you've played it the original version or not you'll find yourself laughing, cringing and running for your life as you explore the basement and everything it has to throw at you and make no mistake, it will throw everything it has at you, including poop.
Isaac was already a great experience, but Wrath of the Lamb enhances it and makes it an excellent experience. The game won't be for everyone due to its high level of challenge and lack of gamepad support (though there is always Joy2Key), but for gamers who want a remarkable roguelike/twin-stick shooter/dungeon crawler hybrid, the latest from one-half of Team Meat more than delivers the goods. And with Wrath of the Lamb adding so much to the stellar package, this is one gem that shouldn't be passed up. For just $3 (or $8 for the price of the main game and DLC combined), you're getting a lot of pleasantly sadistic goodness.
Wrath of the Lamb est le type même du DLC que l'on aimerait voir plus souvent puisqu'il ajoute tellement de contenu qu'on pourrait presque croire à un second opus d'un ovni vidéoludique aussi dérangeant qu'addictif. Pour seulement 3 €, voilà peut-être l'occasion de redécouvrir l'œuvre d'Edmund McMillen sous un autre angle avec de nouveaux objets et des salles inédites à explorer.