Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) achievements

Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)

3.4 from 4218 votes

There are 19 Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) achievements (15 without DLC) worth 1,534 (1,175)

45,794 tracked gamers have this game, 19,560 have completed it (42.71%)



3.2 from 289 votes

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13,322 tracked gamers have this dlc pack, 11,724 have completed it (88.00%)

There are 4 achievements worth 250 (175)


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363,748 (234,740)
Posted on 01 August 15 at 22:18
This dlc review has 8 positive votes and 1 negative vote. Please log in to vote.
Short, frustrating and missing the original charm of the base game.

I picked this up today since I liked the game when it came out - it was different, unique and fun to play, if not a little short itself.

The new game introduces the ability to row a canoe and swim. This isn't a spoiler, just the main aim of the DLC so the developers could explore these new mechanics. Unfortunately this didn't add anything to the gameplay as there was very little brought to the experience by a few forced scenes in a canoe that didn't really change anything.

I completed the DLC in about an hour, and the majority of that time was spent trying get the (particularly fiddly) controls doing what they're supposed to do, especially when trying to position orbs (another new mechanic, but again not adding anything to the gameplay) or move spirits around. Replaying these sections over and over again made me really want to get the game over with as they were so frustrating to the point that I didn't even watch the Cultural Insights because I'd had enough - and they were the most interesting parts of the base game.

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363,541 (219,775)
Posted on 03 September 15 at 17:22, Edited on 10 March 16 at 18:31
This dlc review has 6 positive votes and 0 negative votes. Please log in to vote.
I thought I'd write up a quick review of the Foxtales DLC as I disagree with the other one. I found this DLC to be more fun than the base game, not less. It is short, yes, but for $4 (or $3 if purchased in the bundle along with the core game) I thought the length was fair.

The DLC is based around a canoe that is used to navigate through the DLC. While the paddling mechanic is not as consistent as I would have liked, it doesn't impair the overall experience too much. Most of the puzzles are built around water currents, and moving spirits to affect these currents. I thought this was a fun change of pace from the more platformer-style core game.
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