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We've rounded up all the significant DLC of the year in one place. This is the most comprehensive list you'll find anywhere.
Companies apologizing by way of DLC doesn't repair the damage of a bad launch.
Gamers who still long for the days of 16-bit RPGs can pretend it's
1994 with another release of Pier Solar HD for Xbox One.
If you're looking for a way to strain your brain with absolutely no barrier to entry, give this free online game a shot.
WayForward's reliance on pesky backtracking detracts from an otherwise capable action-platformer.
A Lamborghini you may not have heard of, '90s retro, and pure power highlight this car pack.
Republique steps up its storytelling at the midway point, but other problems persist.
Don’t expect Harmonix's traditional gem highway or onscreen dancers; it's all hardcore bullet hell action all the time.
It’s a respectable early effort for the three-man team, but falls short of tough-as-nails platforming inspiration Super Meat Boy.
The Kinect dance game was originally announced during E3, shortly after Microsoft's decision to unbundle the Kinect from the Xbox One.
Moving from the AAA space to a small team is a risky move, but the legendary developer thinks gamers would be a lot happier if more big-name designers took the same risk.