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  • Blog Post: Everything You Need To Know About Destiny's Big April Update

    The agonizing wait for new things to do in Bungie's shared-world shooter is almost over. While Destiny Update 2.2.0 may not be the sexiest name for a content drop, it promises new activities, more powerful gear, and tons of tweaks and improvements. We've rounded up everything you need to know... More
  • Blog Post: Over 80 Images Of Incoming Gear And Goodies From Destiny's April Update

    Today's Destiny live stream revealed a ton of incoming gear, including Taken-themed armor sets, the return of several year-one exotics and legendary weapons, and the all-new chroma. We've got over 80 new screenshots and images to give you a first look at these in-game goodies in the gallery below... More
  • Blog Post: StarCraft II's Nova Covert Ops Pt.1 Impressions: Fresh Approach, Fading Fun

    I really like the model that Blizzard is using to implement the next StarCraft II “campaign” this year – a series of mission packs centering on everyone’s favorite Ghost, Nova. Nova does a great job at being a badass in the first three missions (available now), and the groundwork... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout 4 Automatron DLC Impressions – All Brains And Brawn

    From Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion's meaty Shivering Isles expansion to Fallout 3's numerous (and exceptional) add-ons, Bethesda Game Studios has a long history of making meaningful downloadable content for its games. Fallout 4's first DLC offering follows suit. Automatron features a wonderfully... More
  • Blog Post: Todd Howard Discusses Fallout 4 DLC, Mods, & Survival Mode

    Just a few hours before Todd Howard and several members of Bethesda Game Studios' team walked onto the D.I.C.E. Awards stage to accept Fallout 4's Game of the Year honors , I sat down with Howard to discuss what comes next for the game – primarily the forthcoming DLC plans . Howard also... More
  • Blog Post: The Gigantic List Of All Rock Band 4's Available DLC Tracks

    Rock Band 4 makes the leap from last generation to the modern consoles with a massive catalog of existing Rock Band DLC, most of which is compatible with the latest game. That amounts to over 1,700 tracks, which can make finding your favorite song a pain when sifting through digital storefronts. To ease... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Batman: Arkham Knight's Season Of Infamy DLC

    Croc, Ra's al Ghul, Mad Hatter, and Mr. Freeze return to Gotham for Arkham Knight's latest DLC, and we decided to give it a look. Unlike the previous Batgirl-lead A Matter Of Family DLC, Season of Infamy injects itself right into the main campaign, opening up a new collection of missions in new... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Star Wars: Battlefront's Battle Of Jakku DLC

    Star Wars: Battlefront got its first injection of DLC today with the Battle of Jakku, so we decided to play a few rounds. Andrew Reiner and Wade Wojcik shoot some Storm Troopers, avoid AT-ATs, and marvel at the Star Destroyers in the sky on a planet that definitely isn't Tatooine below. Jakku will... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Reactions To Cosmetic DLC Versus In-App Transactions Suggest Double Standard

    Over the past few weeks, we’ve covered the continuously mounting trend of in-app transactions in full-priced games. Whether it’s the cash-heavy bent of Metal Gear Solid V’s FOB system or something a bit more balanced with earnable currency like Grand Theft Auto Online, the presence... More
  • Blog Post: What Works (And What Doesn't) In Dragon Age: Inquisition's Final DLC

    Dragon Age: Inquisition has been out for almost a year, and its story is coming to a close. The final DLC, Trespasser, is an epilogue set years after the conclusion of the main campaign. Compared to previous single-player DLC for the game, this one is a more focused, narrative-driven experience. That's... More
  • Blog Post: BioWare Answers The Big Questions About Dragon Age: Inquisition's Final DLC

    Over the last year, BioWare has added to its fantastic RPG with DLC like Jaws of Hakkon and The Descent (as well as free updates and multiplayer content). At a PAX panel today, the studio revealed Trespasser, the final piece of content for Dragon Age: Inquisition. To get more details about this narrative... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Dragon Age Inquisition: The Descent DLC

    Earlier this week, BioWare released The Descent , the latest single-player DLC for Dragon Age Inquisition. The story deals with an earth-shaking force that dwells in the Deep Roads, and we entered the depths for a look at the beginning of this lengthy quest. Watch Joe Juba and Matt Miller begin the quest... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The First 30 Minutes Of Batman: Arkham Knight's Batgirl Prequel DLC

    Batman: Arkham Knight's big story DLC, A Matter Of Family starring Batgirl , is available now for season pass holders, and we played through the first half-hour. If you haven't beaten Arkham Knight yet, don't worry. There are no spoilers in A Matter of Family (at least not during the first... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Racing Full 200cc In Mario Kart 8's New Animal Crossing DLC Tracks

    A new batch of Mario Kart 8 DLC dropped today , as well as the excruciatingly fast 200cc difficulty – which we are terrible at. Join myself, Ben Reeves, and Wade Wojcik as we sample four of the eight new tracks and try to figure out who is the best Mario Karter among us. After that, Brian Shea... More
  • Blog Post: Here's Mewtwo's Final Smash Executed Against Seven Other Fighters

    Mewtwo is available today for players who bought and registered both versions of Super Smash Bros., so we decided to take a look at the new fighter's final smash. You can actually see it performed twice in the video below – once against a single opponent, and once against seven during our 8... More
  • Blog Post: Are Evolve's New DLC Characters Worth Buying?

    Turtle Rock has unleashed a new monster on its asymmetrical 4v1 shooter, along with a new squad of hunters to deal with him. Despite our confusion yesterday , we've finally got hands-on time with all five characters on the chaotic battlefields of planet Shear. Read on to find out how the new monster... More
  • Blog Post: The Ups And Downs Of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s First DLC

    The first piece of single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition is now available , adding on to the already enormous amount of content your Inquisitor can conquer. Jaws of Hakkon introduces plot points regarding warring Avvar tribes, long-lost gods, and the leader of the Inquisition’s last incarnation... More
  • Blog Post: Far Cry 4 Valley Of The Yetis DLC Impressions

    Valley of the Yetis is easily Far Cry 4's most substantial DLC adding a new large area, mechanics, and even a small amount of story to Ajay Ghale's journey in Kyrat. The easiest way to describe Valley of the Yetis is miniature Far Cry 4. You start from scratch when your helicopter crash lands... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Shadow Of Mordor: The Bright Lord

    Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor was a favorite game for many of our editors in 2014, so the news that the final DLC would star the elf Celebrimbor had a lot of excited. This final DLC pack, entitled The Bright Lord, finally released this week, and we wasted no time in checking it out. Jeff Cork, Tim Turi... More
  • Blog Post: Cosmetic DLC Isn’t Evil, And It’s Probably Keeping Game Prices Down

    This week, there has been much hand-wringing over Evolve. It’s not because the game is multiplayer-focused. It’s not even the confusing pre-order/pre-purchase options. No, this week we’re revisiting one of gaming’s most contentious sometimes-issues: day one DLC. Since it began... More
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