so there seems to be a new trend with publishers/developers talking about the golden toilet paper "DLC" as though its what the community of gamers demands AND months before launch?
just look at the article where Mike Laidlaw of Bioware is talking about what they're planning to do with DLC.
it used to be, customers just wanted to hear "we will support this game after its launched with patches and possibly expansions", but now we get to hear about bits of the game being sold before its even out.
look, when you put the tip in and say "for 800 microsoft points you can have the shaft too", it looks desperate.
lets just end this little charade and just tell us from now on that games are going to cost 70$ at launch AND then we really will be getting the shaft...
Mike Laidlaw of DLC on gamezone-