Downloadable content, or DLC for you young folks, is either the beginning of the end or one of the best things to happen to video games since online multiplayer. Most major releases have DLC waiting in the wings to quell the thirst left by the original game. It's so important now that some companies have started dishing out millions of dollars to secure the exclusive rights to the DLC for multi-platform games so they can give people a reason to buy it on their system. So is DLC a good thing? Or is it another way to squeeze every penny from the already hemorrhaging pockets of the average gamer? Read on and I'll tell you.