Posts Tagged ‘DLC’
Mass Effect 3′s first piece of single-player DLC, Leviathan, has been confirmed. Let’s make up what happens in it!
Mass Effect 3 sees the Extended Cut DLC arriving today some places, PS3 later. But what’s more interesting is how BioWare is presenting it.
There seems to be a groundswell in the opinion that all DLC is bad. This is not the case. Let us explain, a bit.
Capcom is learning on-disc DLC might not sit well with gamers. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be any on Dragon’s Dogma.
Bioware really dropped the ball with the endings to Mass Effect 3. Here we propose how to make them better
Mass Effect 3′s character importing feature suffers a bug, but this leads to a genuine pang of joy. Well played, Mass Effect 3.
Capcom takes DLC silliness to a new level. But wait – here comes a new challenger! It’s David Jaffe, of course.
That’s a lot of Mass Effect 3 DLC. The start of something more sinister? Who knows.
Mass Effect 3 is confusing fans with its marketing; with the direction it seems to be heading in. But why?
The Mass Effect DLC shenanigans continue. Play is not impressed
Remember when you used to just buy games, not DLC hubs?
2011 has been a great year for gaming – but what were the two worst things about it? I’ll tell you.
Buy it in chunks, put it together later, save money. It’s a good idea by EA.
Gran Turismo 5? Surely that’s outdated nonsense by now? Well, no. Not really. It’s still great and it’s cheap too. Oh games, you’re so great.