As long as these don't start spilling over to new weapons that convey a pure gameplay advantage of other players, I'm pretty much fine with this. If you want to pay a few bucks to get a crazy bacon gun, considering the fact that the game is already loaded with content and skins, I'm fine with it.
Sadly, pretty much any DLC for Black Ops II on the Wii U side of things is yet to be found. I really hope this isn't the gold standard for add-on content on the Wii U from third parties, as they'll find their fans looking everywhere else as a result.
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