The treatment of DLC is undoubtedly a touchy subject among the gamers of today. Capcom, for example, is responsible for several instances of on-disc DLC which many claim to be shameful. There is surely nothing more polarizing than the treatment of Asura’s Wrath at the hands of Capcom. Yet, in an era where some developers look to milk the consumer’s wallet for every penny, it’s important to give credit where credit is due. Ironically, Capcom has provided an excellent model for selling DLC with Asura’s Wrath. Even so, old habits die hard, and Capcom’s release of a true-ending DLC pack, although done with good intentions, could set a dangerous precedent for game endings.