Downloadable Content And The High Cost Of Gaming (RunDLC)

Although downloadable content can enhance games, your wallet sometimes takes a beating. It doesn’t always seem that way because companies release DLC weeks and months apart, but let’s face it, if you want to experience everything, you better grab a wad of dough to pay for it.

On that note, we decided to list some of the biggest games out there and the current prices for both retail copies and DLC; obviously, you stand to pay more if you were an early adopter. We also chose to nix Avatar items, as well as Guitar Hero and Rock Band, since everyone knows that you need a huge chuck of cash to download all of the music for both games.

John Artest (RunDLC)

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Smiling5354542d ago

I think I have all the Dragon Age DLC. Man...the game practically doubled!

donniebaseball4542d ago

DLC adds up, for sure, but you can probably get more bang for the buck with various DLC than shelling out 60 bucks all the time on a new retail game

Buff10444542d ago

You have a great point. At the end of the day, you get the most value.

Smiling5354542d ago

Got to hand it to BioWare. They always give away some of this stuff for free.

hammersuit4542d ago

I need more points for XBLA and PSN. Give those cards away. Thank you!

Buff10444542d ago

I think we'd all love more points cards! For sure!

Smiling5354542d ago

Yes, I will gladly take some if anyone in here has extras. haha

Buff10444542d ago

On that note, I think I am off to Best Buy to stock up!

crimsonfox4542d ago

I know Marvel vs. Capcom 3 DLC is going to destroy my funds.