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)