There was a time when buying a game was s simple thing. You went to the store, looked through the game selection for the console you had, and made your selection. This went unchanged until the end of the PS2/X-box/GameCube days. It was a typical case of it isn't broke, why fix it. Then, with the launch of the PS3 and X-box 360, console games moved closer to PC's; we received games that would require an occasional patch or two to make it run smoother, or prevent people from exploiting glitches that could allow them to cheat online. Sadly, all this was too much of a good thing, and like dark clouds on a summer's day, dlc came along and changed everything. My problems with dlc aside (I'll save that for another rant), something I did not expect came along with it. That something was the repackaged Game of the Year editions.