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User Info: LEGEND_725

3 years ago#1
Has to go to Shivering Isles right? It represents everything a DLC/expansion should be: Full of content, Fun, non-recycled, and improved on the original game in every way. I struggle to even think of a DLC that comes close although the Fallout games had good ones and most EA games had the worst. I really wish all DLC would set itself to that standard instead of nickle and diming everyone with little $3 packs that add next to nothing.
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User Info: DarkReign2022

3 years ago#2
Shivering Isles was quite excellent because it was actually an Expansion and not just a quick add-on like the earlier Oblivion content was (BTW, I'm still annoyed that they never included the other DLCs with the GOTY edition) Skyrim's Dragonborn DLC wasn't quite as large, but it was pretty enjoyable as well and it was a happy sampling of our hopeful return to Morrowind (still remains the greatest entry in the entire series.)

Beyond that, I would have to say my personal favorite was Mass Effect 2's Lair of the Shadow Broker and the Kasumi add-on comes up closely behind it. Both extremely well done in my opinion.

User Info: frater_david

3 years ago#3
Bethesda is one of the only companys to do DLC right. They started off rocky by Shivering Isles, Dragonborn, Point Lookout were all great ADD-ONS. I say Add-ons because I feel it actually adds stuff to the game that was not originally intended to be included as opposed to DLC which feels ripped from the game. There is a difference.

User Info: beautifuldreams

3 years ago#4
I thought Shivering Isles was decent (though i think a bit overrated because of the lackluster dlc preceding it), and along with Dragonborn, Point Lookout, and Broken Steel, were betheseda's top DLC.

Borderlands 1/2 had some nice add-on campaigns
Ilomilo, Dark Souls, Trials HD, N+, Map packs for some of the multiplayer FPS were pretty good

All-in-all though, i can't say there is a single piece of DLC that i feel i would have missed out by not playing. Just some nice expansions/campaigns and level packs to extend the life of game, but never adding much to the game as a whole

User Info: mdealassfault

3 years ago#5
I must be the only Fallout 3 fan who hated Point Lookout.
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User Info: DougEInstructor

3 years ago#6
Black Ops 2 DLC was amazing every map was great.

User Info: bigbenrfan99

3 years ago#7
I haven't played many, but Artorias of the Abyss is easily my favorite DLC.
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User Info: ShaqKhan1993

3 years ago#8
I enjoyed the Undead Nightmare DLC for RDR
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User Info: simonbelmont2

3 years ago#9
Shivering Isles gets my vote for best DLC.
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3 years ago#10
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