Downloadable content (DLC) for games sounds like a great idea, just like stronger government for struggling postwar Germany. You buy a game for money, and if you like it you buy more game for more money. Unfortunately the only word in that sentence companies heard was "money" several times and then a bunch of cash register sound effects. They've come out with more insulting offers than a drunk frat boy at a strip club -- the defense "if you don't like it, don't do it" just isn't enough.
By: Luke McKinney