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Submitted by SimplePlan2k8 986d ago | article

What will Nintendo DLC look like?

DLC is an area that Nintendo have no experience of, and it's one that they're going to have to learn quickly as the announcement of Nintendo Network also confirmed the ability to enable DLC in games. So what can Nintendo offer on the downloadable content market? From a company that demands perfection at launch, DLC will only come in the form of optional content, and there are a variety of exciting options available to Nintendo for their big three franchises. (3DS, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, Wii, Wii U)

LX-General-Kaos  +   986d ago
I have a feeling that DLC strait from Nintendo for in house games will be epic. I am sure they will add large upgrades and extensions to single player games. DLC from most other devs will likely be more of the same we have seen for the last 5 years.
matey  +   986d ago
NINTENDO DONT DO THINGS BY HALFS DO THEY TO BE FAIR EVEN THEIR ONLINE WILL BE MASSIVE
Jihaad_cpt  +   984d ago
was their initial online half arsed? So youre wrong
Pikajew  +   986d ago
It will look like free DLC :)
Nintendo did some DLC before, for Professor Layton and Picross 3D has downloadible puzzles
maverick40  +   986d ago
why would it be free when nintendo can make money off it and we gamers will buy it without hesitation?
_Aarix_  +   985d ago
Because nintendo is too busy being awesome.
RockmanII7  +   986d ago
I see them doing it either really good or really bad. Like a new temple in LoZ for $5 or a Top Secret Area (infinite powerup room)in Mario for $5.
zeal0us  +   986d ago
Long as its not price like and or look like Activision and Crapcom DLC, I don't care.
maverick40  +   986d ago
this. god damn, i hate capcom and their shitty dlc.
gazgriff2k12  +   986d ago
I would only care rof mariokart DLC classic and new tracks. and zelda expansion packs
Ness-Psi  +   986d ago
before they start charging for this DLC i think they should sort out the pricing structure on the E-shop first as its all over the place. they should have a more unified pricing structure across the board like on xlive and psn.

but apart from that i love the e-shop on 3ds just wish they had a wider selection of games.

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