Most game companies today provide content for games after they have been shipped. These downloadable patches can fix game bugs or add new content to games. But what is acceptable content, and what isn't?
Anything on disc but your paying for the unlock code is bad DLC. Best DLC is anything that makes you want to play a game. Example Resident Evil 5 vs Burnout Paradise or Warhawk.
Good DLC = The Lost & Damned Bad DLC = Horse Armour(rofl)
burnout was good dlc
I don't like multiplayer map packs much. I still try to get everyone to skip the new maps on CoD4 (Broadcast is okay, I guess).
Good: Burnout Paradise DLC Warhawk DLC Metal Gear Online DLC Bad: Too many to name so I will generalize them. "DLC" you pay for that is already on the disk Overpriced DLC lacking of content Horse Armor.
I was gona write my views on DLC here, but what other people have already said pretty much sums it up!
Good DLC is stuff worth having,for the price that is reasonable for the content. Stuff you may enjoy or use. Bad DLC is the kind of DLC they shove out when they know the game is popular enough that the fanbase will buy anything,and holds any other further use. Skins paticularily irritate me as DLC,for some reason.
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