The Darkness 2 Walkthrough

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Coming Home

  1. You’ll be with Vinnie as you head up the elevator. You can explore a bit downstairs before you head up to your bedroom upstairs. You’ll be able to talk to Enzo, found outside guarding the balcony, Tony, Vinnie and Dolfo, who is also outside shooting at birds. You can “talk to Dolfo” and you can also “enjoy some fine beverages” with him. Doing this will initiate a mini-game where you shoot bottles off the railing. You’ll be timed for best score.
  2. When you’re done exploring downstairs, head upstairs. Remember, you can press “backspace” to locate your objective. Head up the stairs, turn left, and turn left again, along side the circular red rug. Enter the first room on your right and you’ll find a book, which is a relic on the stand. Now you can head to your room.
  3. On the way you can talk to Butcher Joyce and Leo on the balcony to your right. When you enter your room, you’ll see the shrine that Jackie has built for Jenny. Walk up to it and light a candle in her memory by pressing “E”.
  4. Aunt Sarah will appear. Walk up to her and press “1” to talk. You’ll have a choice of talking to her about Jenny as she questions if you have the balls to do it. Show her your balls by pressing “1” to discuss it. When the conversation is finished, leave your room and head toward the top of the stairs.
  5. Vinnie will be there. Talk to him about a job you have for him. When you’re done, head down stairs and take the first door on your right to talk to Jimmy the Grape in his office. He’s the one covered in purple all over. When that conversation is over, head to the elevator and talk to Vinnie when you’re ready to go. Time to visit Swifty.

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