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Submitted by PureSophistry 1046d ago | opinion piece

The DLC Debate: Part 1 – Types of DLC

"In the current generation of gaming, downloadable content forms a large part of the gaming market. In the eyes of the publisher and developer, it means that you pay more than the base fee for the game. In the eyes of the consumer, it means we get more of the games that we love. This would seem like a relatively simple and clean relationship, but as we all know this is not always the case. Things have developed in such a way in recent years that the words Downloadable Content leave a sour taste in many gamers’ mouths, and there are several reasons for that." (Dishonored Knife of Dunwall, EA, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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