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Release Date: Nov 12, 2013

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Ready for some hardcore action in Hacker Evolution: Untold?

The Hardcore Package 1 DLC for Hacker Evolution: Untold brings you 2 new levels designed for gamers who like a challenge that is harder than the original game.
Ingeniously designed these levels are guaranteed to push your skills to the limit.

Once again, you take on the Xenti Corporation and try to hack into their high security compound to gain access to their core server.
It's far from being easy and you will have to use tactics never before used in the game to achieve your objectives.

System Requirements

    Windows XP / 2000 / 2003 / Vista / Windows 7
    Processor: 1 Ghz
    Memory: 512 MB
    Graphics: DirectX compatible video card
    DirectX®: DirectX 8.0
    Hard Drive: 20 MB
    Sound: DirectX compatible sound card
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Posted: January 21
Hacker Evolution: Untold is perhaps a writing simulator, as you need to type the command but you need your brains to avoid to be traced and to have a game over. Sometimes, you'll need to begin a new campaign because you can't do anything but try a different manner to avoid spending too much money you've "stolen" or to add to your trace level. That's perhaps the most frustrating thing in HE. Finding exploits, reading files to find a clue, a password, cracking, decrypting and stealing money so that you can reduce your trace level or to buy better hardware, that's what you will to do.

And with a package called Hardcore, you're expecting to be challenged... though this first DLC is incredibly easy. Hack every server with money, take it and you'll beat the two levels (yeah, two levels only) as a chief!

For 2 euros, you would have expected something more. I mean, I can understand two levels but if the challenge isn't up to the name, why bother then? I've activated this for the challenge and it wasn't met.

However, why I'm still recommending it? Because, well, even if the challenge isn't there, it's making up for the abrupt ending of the main game, it's more levels with Xenti secrets....

But if you own the Hardcore Packages for the first game, Hacker Evolution, maybe you should avoid investing in both DLC. Because guess what? They're the same levels. Without any difference. The Hardcore Package was clearly developed for Untold though, as they're played with the rules of Untold in the first HE.
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Posted: January 21
Hacker Evolution: Untold is perhaps a writing simulator, as you need to type the command but you need your brains to avoid to be traced and to have a game over. Sometimes, you'll need to begin a new campaign because you can't do anything but try a different manner to avoid spending too much money you've "stolen" or to add to your trace level. That's perhaps the most frustrating thing in HE. Finding exploits, reading files to find a clue, a password, cracking, decrypting and stealing money so that you can reduce your trace level or to buy better hardware, that's what you will to do.

And with a package called Hardcore, you're expecting to be challenged... though this first DLC is incredibly easy. Hack every server with money, take it and you'll beat the two levels (yeah, two levels only) as a chief!

For 2 euros, you would have expected something more. I mean, I can understand two levels but if the challenge isn't up to the name, why bother then? I've activated this for the challenge and it wasn't met.

However, why I'm still recommending it? Because, well, even if the challenge isn't there, it's making up for the abrupt ending of the main game, it's more levels with Xenti secrets....

But if you own the Hardcore Packages for the first game, Hacker Evolution, maybe you should avoid investing in both DLC. Because guess what? They're the same levels. Without any difference. The Hardcore Package was clearly developed for Untold though, as they're played with the rules of Untold in the first HE.
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