Posted 3:52pm on Tue 14 July 2009
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dlc[downloadable content] is a very useful thing. it makes games longer,funner and above all better.
so i was thinking about the highs and lows of dlc. my high point was map pack 2 on call of duty 5 and my low point was the oblivion horse armour
[utter waste of money].
so what has been the highs and lows of your dlc
Posted 4:03pm on Tue 14 July 2009
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Well probably GTA 4 and Fallout 3 but I cant play it.... So for me I have only got the Killzone 2 map packs, so for that reason. I will say them
Posted 4:07pm on Tue 14 July 2009
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Pretty good question. I am going to list them in terms of premium and free.
The best free DLC, without even having anything come close, was the 'Free for all' pack in Crackdown on the 360. Sure, it was only really to allow you to play with people who bought 'Getting busy' premium pack, but it added the Keys to the city mode. This was absolute hilarity in a game that was already completely over the top! Fancy spawning explosive barrels whilst you are atop the tallest building in the game? Go right ahead. Fancy running faster than any car in the game can drive? Once again, go for it.
Also worth mentioning : Rainbow Six Vegas Red and Black packs, Halo 3 Heroic maps, GRAW 2 Throwback packs 1 and 2.
As to premium content, there is one clear winner for me. As much as I am not really a fan of the game, I have nothing but praise for Shivering Isles in Oblivion. Yes, it is expensive. But it is also MASSIVE.
Posted 6:43pm on Tue 14 July 2009
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LBP DLC is a worthy purchase if you keep playing the game. There is alot of free content & pay content for LBP. Out of them all I think LBP gets the vote from me. Nice to see that Media Molecule keeps providing more content for people to download and to continue create, play and share.
Posted 7:05pm on Tue 14 July 2009
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omg yeh! THE MGS DLC lol, I need to get that :P cheers Scott ^ ^
Posted 8:46pm on Tue 14 July 2009
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I like free content and Burnout Paradise did some good examples of that. The Lost and the Damned is my favourite DLC so far... I'd have been happy with that as a standalone game. In terms of low points in DLC, I don't have any as I've not bought any that have disappointed.
Posted 10:42pm on Tue 14 July 2009
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my high points on dlc have to be cod waw map pack 1 and 2 also BF 1943 is lots of fun. and lows i dont really have any all the dlc iv purchased iv liked.