It’s easy to get excited about a game before it comes out, but after you’ve finished the title what is there to look forward to? Here’s a quick rundown of this week’s DLC add-ons for games you’ve probably already finished.

Guitar Hero 5 & Band Hero Fall Out Boy Pack
PlayStation Store • $5.49
Xbox•440 Microsoft Points
Wii•550 Wii Points
On April 8th, Activision will release a set of Fall Out Boy songs, which contains three hits from their certified-platinum album Infinity on High.

"Thnks fr th Mmrs"
"This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race"
"The Take Over, The Breaks”

LittleBigPlanet New Costumes
PlayStation Store • $1.99 (each)
On April 8th, LittleBigPlanet updates its wardrobe with a batch of new costumes based on Pixar’s animated film, The Incredibles. Nine costumes are available in total, including: each family member from The Incredibles (as well as a special retro version of Mr. Incredible), Frozone, Edna Mode, and their arch nemesis Syndrome. An Incredibles Level Kit will also be available. The kits feature a gallery full of memorable landmarks from the film, new prize bubbles containing all the materials used to make the gallery, and masses of other collectibles.

Mass Effect 2: Kasumi's Stolen Memory
Xbox Live • 560 Microsoft Points
On April 7th, the Normandy crew gets a new member. Kasumi is an intergalactic thief who Shepard runs into before getting roped into helping her crash a party on the planet Bekenstein in order to steal a box full of stolen memories. The download doesn’t take long to play through, but it is a new mission for those who need a Mass Effect fix. And be sure to check out our hands-on impressions with the DLC here.

Mega Man 10 Bass & Special Stage 1
Xbox Live • 80 Microsoft Points (each)
On April 7th, the Xbox gets two Mega Man 10 add-ons, which have been available on Wii and PS3 for several weeks now. The first download is a third playable character Bass: Mega Man’s multi-directional shooting ally, who players might remember from the GBA title Mega Man & Bass. The second download is a special stage, which will require players to fight their way through a new level and defeat returning villain Enker before time runs out.

Rock Band's Weekly Song Set
PlayStation Store, Xbox Live, Wii • $1.99 (each)
On April 6th for Xbox 360 and Wii and April 8th for PlayStation 3, Harmonix will be releasing the following songs for the Rock Band library and its LEGO Rock Band store.

Anberlin – “Feel Good Drag”
Hawk Nelson – “Live Life Loud”
Skillet – “Monster”
Superchick – “Stand in the Rain”
Switchfoot – “Meant to Live”
Thousand Foot Krutch – “Fire It Up”
(All tracks are original master recordings)