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  • April 11, 2016 9:02 PM PDT

    Kickstarter page. They still have a month to go and they're well over the halfway mark, so it's definitely doable this time around.Shadowrun Returns: Dragonfall  First Impressions: Better Than The Original. [Disclosure: A review code was provided by the publisher for the contents of this article]I haven't beaten Dragonfall, yet. It's the new $14.99 expansion from Harebrained Schemes for their successfully Kickstarted isometric, cyberpunk RPG, Shadowrun Returns. I'm still early on and I'm still getting into the thick of things, but I've played enough to at least compare the expansion (and it Cheap DarkScape Gold  is an expansion) to the original, and so far it's doing a lot more and better things than the original outing.In Pete's original review of Shadowrun Returns, he expressed discontent with the Runescape game's shallow interactivity and lack of deep customization for anything outside of the main character. The customization part doesn't really change, but the interactivity takes a turn for the better in Dragonfall. The expansion kind of feels like the full game that the original could have been.The expansion takes place in Berlin, a Runescape from the Seattle setting in the Dead Man's Switch story. The other thing is that Dragonfall gets into a lot of the potentiality of Shadowrun Returns very early on, opposite of the Dead Man's Switch, which was a lot more onrails. For instance, you get to jack into the matrix within the first 30 minutes – something that didn't happen until much later into the story of Dead Man's Switch, so those of us playing as deckers felt pretty useless early on. Now, once again, I haven't finished Dragonfall but already the Runescape game starts off and maintains a pace that I feel is a lot more cohesive to what the true Shadowrun experience is all about. That's not to say anything against Dead Man's Switch, but for most people who go into Shadowrun Returns, I would suggest that you probably start with Dragonfall if you're already familiar with turnbased strategy Runescape games and have a sound understanding of isometric