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Submitted by Bsip 671d ago | opinion piece

How Disney Infinity Speaks to the On-Disc DLC Trend

Game Rant examines how the on-disc DLC plans of Disney Infinity factor in to what is an emerging publisher trend. (Dev, Disney, Disney Infinity, Industry, PC, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

LocutusEstBorg  +   671d ago
Doesn't work on PC. Download DLC files and paste in folder. I buy the game but not non-expansion DLC.
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ElectricKaibutsu  +   671d ago
On disc DLC is the worst trend in gaming. It's like owning a house and paying money, not to build an addition, but to unlock the door leading to it.
3-4-5  +   670d ago
correct...like selling you the house...but then charging you an extra $20,000 to unlock the Master Bathroom.

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