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Tokyo 42 gets new Smaceshi's Castles downloadable content pack and free update

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Tokyo 42: Smaceshi's Castles
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Saturday, November 4th 2017 - 18:44 GMT
Tokyo 42 gets new Smaceshi's Castles downloadable content pack and free update
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Indie development studio SMAC Games has released a new Tokyo 42 downloadable content pack titled Smaceshi's Castles.


In Tokyo 42 you are framed for a murder you didn't commit. Players delve into a world of assassins, deadly corporate intrigue and cats as they explore a hand-crafted micro Tokyo and discover its secrets.
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The new downloadable content pack Smaceshi's Castles includes a 90-mission challenge arena that features brand-new weapons, bows and shuriken, as well as a host of new stealth, combat, parkour and racing gubbins.

The studio has also released the new multiplayer map Bishops Itchington 42, which is said to be inspired by a village in the Stratford-upon-Avon district of Warwickshire, England.

Along with the release of new content, the game has also received a free update that is said to feature significant changes to bullets and combat, new difficulty modes, and user interface changes.

Tokyo 42: Smaceshi's Castles is now available for PC. The new content and update will also be released for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at a later date.
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Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

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