These days or even asince it first appeared, practically everybody, or just most people (if not then some people) really hate dlc because of everything. Like the infamous on-disc dlc, and the whole it costs too much money. Should they get rid of dlc for good? Or do you think that it's not a good idea to get rid of dlc? If it's a bad idea, then why do you think it's not a good idea to get rid of dlc, despite the whole "it costs too much money", and the whole "on disc" dlc?
For me generally, I don't mind dlc. Yes I know I have to pay for them and they sometimes cost a lot. But it's my money, and besides as long as it's very interesting to have in the game I don't mind. But I do wonder if getting rid of dlc would be the best idea since these days everybody or most people or at least some people really hate dlc cause of the on-disc dlc and being cost too much money.
Subjectively. Some companies like EA are jerks with it. Some like Beth are good about what they add. I'd say it's a hit and miss idea. Although if major expansions started coming out via disc instead of OL I'd be all for it. I miss old disc expansions :/
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GTA IV -The Ballad of Gay Tony. -The Lost and Damned.
Each one of them added 25+ new missions, two complete storylines, 10+ new weapons, 10+ new cars, 8 new motorcycles, aircrafts, golden guns and better graphics in TBOGT's case. You can get both for under $15 now, worth every penny.
Red Dead Redemption
Nothing to explain really, it's like an entire new game, you can get it for under $10 now. I'm glad I'm a fan of Rockstar.