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Was the furious button-bashing in Indivisible not enough for you? Well there's now a first DLC out with Razmi's Challenges. Although if you are just button-bashing, you're playing Indivisible completely the wrong way…

Razmi's Challenges, as the name suggest, extends the game in a new way. Adding in 40 new levels to test both platforming and combat skills. Making it a bit different, you're given pre-selected abilities so you have to work with what you've got. To access it you need to of course have unlocked Razmi, with the challenges available from Ajna's special inner realm.

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With the challenges, they're locked depending on your current progress through the story as to not spoil anything. As you progress, you get to experience more of it so it can help you practice for the main story too. I have to admit, Razmi is my favourite Indivisible character. Not because of ability, she's just the right kind of weird and slightly sadistic. I always enjoyed her dialogue popping up.

The combat was the best part of it too. It's fast, challenging and keeps you on your toes. Having each character in your party be a different button, with you waiting on timers to fight at the right time and get some mad combo-attacks going on is really great. Since I thoroughly enjoyed Indivisible, recommending the DLC is pretty easy.

You can pick up Indivisible from Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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