Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet PC release includes free DLC

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet will include all the console DLC when it releases on PC.

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If you're running late to a date, it would be nice to pick up a box of chocolates as a kind gesture. That's how the Fuelcell Games folks feel, and that's why the upcoming PC release of Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet will include all the console DLC when it releases.

For the uninitiated, ITSP is a Metroidvania-esque shooter that originally debuted on Xbox Live Arcade last year. Since then, a PC version of the game was spotted by the ESRB. And only now is its release confirmed.

Speaking to Nintendojo (via Joystiq), Michel Gagne revealed that "the PC version is coming very soon."

"It's going to be a more complete game. The base version on the PC is going to include the full DLC as well." Gagne said that the co-op Shadow Hunters expansion pack got so little play time on the Xbox 360, that he's excited to see a new audience approach it.

There's no date yet, but Gagne admitted that the game is "all done. It's certified. It's ready to go."

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    March 29, 2012 1:00 PM

    Andrew Yoon posted a new article, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet PC release includes free DLC.

    Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet will include all the console DLC when it releases on PC.

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      March 29, 2012 1:37 PM

      just put it on steam and give it to us PUH LEEEEZZZZZ

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        March 29, 2012 3:11 PM

        I'm concerned about the "it's certified" statement; it might get trapped on GFWL, for all we know.

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          March 29, 2012 3:34 PM

          Well that would be the end of the world.

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      March 29, 2012 1:43 PM

      So, 360 owners, how did you like this game? I've been intrigued ever since I first saw a video, but I couldn't tell how well it would stack up to some of the other quality 2d games we've had in recent years.

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        March 29, 2012 1:57 PM

        I'm up to the end boss and really enjoyed it. Distinctive art style combined with crisp controls.

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        March 29, 2012 2:14 PM

        It's really good.

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