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User reviews: Positive (2 reviews)
Release Date: Dec 12, 2013
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Return to the Arc Islands for The Last Stand! Lume activity has increased exponentially and you and your fellow Core Guardians find yourselves more outnumbered than ever. Even out the odds by Utilizing the new Orbital Strike Relay tower and smash down a lazer from the sky into their FACE! Defend the Core on four new maps, one of them being a remake of the classic old Arc map. To help you face the new enemies in The Last Stand, the Bright Foundation has placed the most powerful weapon you've seen so far on three of the four new maps - The Rolfinator Defensive Turret, a turret that you can actually jump inside yourself and control to obliterate the enemies from afar.

Of course, you'll have other new weapons as well, such as the high-tech Smatterband, an industrial weapon that fires sticky bombs that erupt into 10 smaller explosions each, and you'll get to unlock 8 new perks!

Note: The Last Stand is included in the Sanctum 2 Season Pass and is part 4/4 in a series of DLC for Sanctum 2
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18 of 19 people (95%) found this review helpful
Posted: October 7
(Sanctum 2 - The Last Stand)

The final DLC for Sanctum 2, The Last Stand adds the useful Anti-Air tower and another fairly great selection of maps. Also, it lets you finish the expanded story.

Honestly, all of the Sanctum 2 expansion DLCs are good, they just vary in terms of map quality versus extra-stuff-you-unlock quality. Since they're fairly linear and you're likely to get all of them if you're getting any, these individual reviews don't honestly have that much of a point.

They all come in recommended, though, because they add solid content to an already great game.
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