411Mania - From The Walking Dead Games and Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare to the DLC for Fallout 3, GTA IV: The Lost & The Damned and more, the 411 staff counts down their top 5 DLC games of all-time.
Point Lookout & Undead Nightmare are examples of the type of DLC model every dev should follow by. sizable content worth the money.
Fallout New Vegas's DLC expansions & GTA 4: The Lost & Damned also deserve a mention
... full of content. That said, it's sad to see that for every good DLC-release, there are about 99 other DLC releases which are just nickel-and-diming the customers.
Also add Mass Effect 2: Lair of the Shadow Broker, and Bioshock 2: Minerva's Den. Both are great additions to the original games & are actually worth splashing out on.
Undead Nightmare just might be the DLC of the Generation, I've seen people choosing this as their Favorite DLC 8 times out of 10. For me the top spot is shared by 'Ballad of Gay Tony & Undead Nightmare'. Both are by Rockstar.
General Knoxx's Armory DLC from Borderlands is my favorite.
bad company 2 vietnam.
Hmmm, i bought the game of the year edition of red dead that includes undead nightmare but it's been sitting there for months, never got around to playing it...in fact i was actually thinking of replaying red dead as a villain to see if there would be a difference in storyline but i guess not. The most dlc i've ever bought has been for pinball fx2; something about buying new tables that never get old, i constantly go back to that game more than any other.
Killzone 2, WipEout Fury and LBP Pirates and MGS packs are the best and money worth. I didnt buy Undead Nightmare but i gave up playing RDR this game is broken there are to many bugs in it. The game is very good though
Marvel pinball dlc seems cool haven't tried it but looks fun
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