Eight Greatest DLCs Of This Gaming Generation

The widespread use of DLC may be one of this generation’s most controversial developments, but there’s no doubt we’ve seen some genuinely brilliant add-ons and expansions released in recent times. Mark Butler takes a look at eight DLCs he considers to be the very best.

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gillri1376d ago (Edited 1376d ago )

Awesome picks there!

1. Minerva's Den
2. Lair of the Shadow broker
3. Broken Steel

DanJenkoFMV1376d ago

The DLC for Bethesda titles tend to be good because they actually expand the game's environment and mechanics as opposed to adding the same sort of content that is found in the core title.

I also had hours upon hours of fun on the expansion packs for Call of Duty: World at War. The MP maps didn't add much to the game but the new zombie levels really expanded upon the co-op mode and were really enjoyable.

AznGaara1375d ago

I consider Lair of the Shadow Broker the best mission in the whole Mass Effect trilogy.

Ezz20131375d ago (Edited 1375d ago )

you win ,sir win

Hufandpuf1375d ago

RDR: Undead Nightmare
BFBC2: Vietnam
Ballad of Gay Tony
Fallout 3: almost every DLC.

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