Never Alone: Foxtales

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Region restrictions

Activates within United States
This game has world-wide activation. No known region restrictions in effect.
Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)



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64bit SupportUnknown
CPU TypeIntel or Apple Silicon
CPU Cores2
CPU Speed2.4 GHz
System RAM2 GB
Drive Space3 GB
Video RAM256 MB
Important Notes:
  • Requires Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) to play.
  • Requires Steam and a Steam Account to download & play.

  • Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or equivalent gamepad required for local co-op. Gamepads may require third party driver.

Reviews & Comments

From 3 Shoppers
  1. A dlc as nice as the main game

    If you played through the core game and you enjoyed it then you sure are going to enjoy this dlc as well. It will provide you with a new story(around 1-2 hrs of gameplay) and with new puzzles which aren't going to be a breeze, while keeping the same characters, gorgeous art style and gameplay.

    by Theocharis M., Greece - Aug 4th 2018
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  2. Beautiful

    A wonderful, albeit short, little gem of a game. Fantastic art direction, characters and writing. Controls were a little sludgy at times, but I would recommend this game to anyone without a doubt. Cultural insights (in the DLC as well) were a great addition to the gameplay.

    by eaglesnak, Canada - May 30th 2017
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  3. Fun, but short

    A nice additional to the main game, but I was a little disappointed that it was so short - only took me about an hour and a half over two days to complete. On top of that, the ending was very abrupt and unexpected - I didn't realize I had completed the "final battle" until it was over, while in the main game it was easy to tell you when you had reached the final confrontation. That said, considering I'm willing to drop $20 to go to the cinema and see a 2 - 3 hour movie, I'd say an hour and a half of entertainment for the $2 sale price I paid was not a bad deal.

    by Inkblots, Canada - Mar 9th 2017
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