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New Magicka DLC turns you into Robot Master look-alikes

3:00 PM on 08.02.2012

Tony Ponce

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Anybody still rockin' the tongue-in-check fantasy game Magicka? I can't say I've been following it personally, but maybe I ought to start paying closer attention. It looks like a lot of fun, plus developer Arrowhead likes to get a bit wild with some of the DLC.

New character packs usually add wizard models based on other properties, like Star Trek, Half-Life, or even Castlevania. On July 24, the "Mega Villain Robes" pack was released, granting players the ability to play as doppelgängers of classic Mega Man bosses. Coldarr Robe, Flamos Robe, and Electrobe are fashioned after Ice Man, Fire Man, and Elec Man respectively, though their backstories are naturally much different than those of their Capcom counterparts.

The DLC will set you back $1.99, so pick it up if you <insert snide remark about having to rely on other companies to get your Mega Man fix>.

Magicka: Mega Villain Robes [Steam via The Mega Man Network]

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