The DLC "Problem"

DLC is more common and controversial than ever. But are we really getting mad at the right things?

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crazychris4124958d ago (Edited 958d ago )

Thats not a bad idea to discount the price of DLC for early adopters once the complete edition drops which is usually a year later. So if you bought the game within the 1st 2 months of release you would get a 25% discount on all of the DLC. That discount would always be there so if you time it right, you could get the DLC at an even cheaper price if they have a sale on it.

SegaGamer958d ago

A lot of games don't get complete edition's though. Most of the games i own that have DLC never had a complete edition released for it.

TeamLeaptrade958d ago

I don't mind DLC to some extent. It's just that the majority of DLC I've ever picked up has either been way too short, for example the Harley Quinn DLC for Batman Arkham City. And other times the DLC isn't even good.

I'm fine with DLC like what GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption has done. I'm even cool with some map packs here and there. I think season passes are the big problem, especially when some draw in the $50 price tag and don't really give out much.