This is the message that sent several gamers, myself included, into a blind rage upon completion of Mass Effect 3. The ending, whether poorly written or unfinished, had already left a bad taste in my mouth, and when coupled with this shameless, in-your-face advertisement, EA and Bioware might as well have given their fanbase a biotic backhand to the face. Thanks in part to that message, the internet has unsurprisingly been abuzz with rumors of Mass Effect 3 DLC that would bring potential additions and fixes to the game. The ending is rightfully receiving the most attention regarding DLC, and Bioware will (hopefully) address the fans’ concerns with the announcement of “content initiatives” at some point in early April, likely at PAX East. If this potential ending fix/extension is Bioware’s first step however, what will be the next? Well, here are a few possible areas, both good and bad, that Bioware should consider improving upon through DLC.