Top 10 DLC of the Generation

Top 10 DLC of the Generation

Written Thursday, October 31, 2013 By Lee Bradley
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The end is nigh. As the Xbox 360 nears the end of its tenure as Microsoft’s leading console, X360A is remembering some of this generation’s highlights. So, in the run up to the launch of the Xbox One, we’ll be publishing features that celebrate the very best the current-gen console has to offer. This time, it’s DLC.

While downloadable content has existed on consoles since the days of Dreamcast, it came into its own during this generation. From the faltering steps of Oblivion’s horse armour all the way up to single-player add-ons that equal or outstrip their host game, we’ve come a long way in seven years.

Of course, great DLC isn’t just about story-based add-ons. It can come in many shapes and sizes, and we’ve attempted to reflect that in our list. Here’s our picks for the best and most important DLC available on Xbox 360, encompassing map packs, expansions and in the case of a couple of titles, general DLC support. Find out what they are below.

BioShock 2 - Minerva’s Den

Very few add-ons manage to earn more accolades than the game from which they spawned, but BioShock 2’s Minerva’s Den is one. Actually, Minerva’s Den is the only one we can think of, spinning off from the main game’s storyline and crafting a memorable, generous five hour adventure that stands alongside anything the venerable series has produced thus far.

Written and designed by Steve Gaynor, the chap behind this year’s remarkable Gone Home, Minerva’s Den tells the story of Subject Sigma, an Alpha Series Big Daddy, who sets off on a mission to liberate an advanced artificial intelligence called… know what? We don’t want to tell you any more. Just trust us that with a twist that does BioShock proud and some remixed gameplay and new enemies, Minerva’s Den is definitely worth your time.

Mass Effect 2 - Lair of the Shadow Broker

After a few false starts offering largely substandard DLC for the Mass Effect series, Lair of the Shadow Broker finally saw BioWare flex its gameplay and storytelling muscles in pint-sized form, nailing an add-on for the brilliant Mass Effect 2.

A perfect encapsulation of everything that’s great about its parent game, Lair of the Shadow Broker offers blistering battles, spectacular set pieces and brilliant boss fights, weaving them into an engaging story that strengthens the bond between Shepard and Liara, while providing a nice kick of a twist. BioWare has since perfected the art of story-based DLC, but few are as satisfying as Lair of the Shadow Broker.

Rock Band - Track Library

Few games have received as much post-launch support as Rock Band. Over the course of more than five years and 275 consecutive weeks, Harmonix released over 4,000 songs for the platform, accessible to varying degrees across the three core games, Rock Band Blitz and LEGO Rock Band. It’s a dizzying amount of content.

Harmonix’s commitment to Rock Band paid off. More than 130 million songs have been downloaded from the Rock Band Store since it opened in 2007, ensuring that fans across the world could stumble in from the pub with mates, fire up their console and live out their drunken dreams of stardom. Harmonix ensured there was something for everyone. Except maybe your neighbours.

Red Dead Redemption - Undead Nightmare

While Red Dead Redemption’s main storyline was deadly serious, Undead Nightmare is a tongue-in-cheek riot of exploding zombies and undead animals, a love letter to B-movie horror films that’s unapologetically camp and undeniably fun as all hell.

It’s startlingly well-produced too, with a virus that spreads across the dusty expanses of the environment in real time, the original voice actors in place, a new soundtrack, spooky landscapes and fun, fresh weapons including holy water and blunderbuss that uses zombie body parts as ammo, reducing shambling attackers to a messy mist. Breathing new life into the undead, Rockstar  dug deep to create a DLC classic.

Grand Theft Auto IV - Episodes from Liberty City

Alright so we’re kind of cheating with this one. Rockstar’s add-ons for GTA IV are great for different reasons and we struggled to pick a winner, so we’re chucking both of them in.

Lost and Damned earns plaudits for telling the thrilling story of Johnny Klebitz, the stand-in leader of the infamous, eponymous bike gang who weaves in and out of the events of the parent game while crossing paths with characters from GTA IV’s subsequent DLC. Little of Rockstar’s output matches up to this in terms of storytelling.

The Ballad of Gay Tony, meanwhile, offers vibrant characters, laughs and crazy missions, injecting a bit of fun back into GTA IV’s often rather grimy, depressing world. Hell, you can even participate in a hilarious dance-off in a gay club, making TBGT 1000 per cent more fabulous than any other DLC on this list.

Skyrim - Dragonborn

Moving the action to the icy, ashen environs of Solstheim in Morrowind, this Skyrim add-on sees your battle-worn character’s position challenged by the reawakening of the original Dragonborn, Miraak, and he’s not best pleased that you’ve stepped on his turf.

As with the main game, however, much of Dragonborn’s appeal lies in wandering around and engaging in side missions, getting caught up with the exploits of Solstheim’s inhabitants, crawling through its dungeons and seeing the sights. Editor Dan loved it enough to award it 9/10, pledging to continue playing even after 10 hours of adventuring. The best DLC for one of this generation’s best games, it’s just a shame the dragon riding was a bit crap.

Burnout Paradise - DLC Support 

Criterion’s DLC support for Burnout Paradise is legendary. For more than a year the developer issued free update after free update, adding numerous modes, features and improvements to the game at a time when such post-release attention was virtually unheard of consoles, something that earned the studio endless admiration from the gaming community.

And then the premium add-ons started coming, bringing even more fun new vehicles (including a DeLorean!), modes and environments to play around with. By the time Criterion had finished, nine updates and a total of seven add-ons had been released, transforming the already brilliant open world racer and ensuring that players stayed engaged long after it first hit shelves. Burnout Paradise is a model example of how post-release support should be handled.

Borderlands - The Secret Armoury of General Knoxx

Gearbox’s add-ons for the Borderlands series have typically been strong, but it’s the original game’s The Secret Armoury of General Knoxx that we remember most fondly, offering up a focused narrative encompassing 40 new missions, three new vehicles, a new class of rare weapons, as well as fresh environments.

Despite Borderlands’ obsession with stats, however, the numbers don’t tell the whole story. It’s the quality of TSAGK’s environments and enemies that does it for us, forcing you to shoot and explore your way around a bombed-out freeway overpass and the wastelands beneath, all of which is crawling with giant, spindly-legged Drifters, purple slashing Assassins and huge mech Devastators.  More than just cutting room floor rejects, the new elements introduced in TSAGK are among the best in the game.

Mass Effect 3 - Citadel

Never before has such extensive fan service been crammed into a single add-on as with Citadel. The final piece of downloadable content for Mass Effect 3, coming after the palaver about the  parent game’s ending and the subsequent DLC attempts to address complaints, is a fitting send-off to a memorable cast of characters and the best RPG trilogy in existence.

Stuffed with humour, action, brilliant level design and thrilling firefights, as well as some fantastic character moments and the party to end all parties, Citadel is the kind of DLC that developers dream of making, an indulgence for both them and us. Plus you might get to learn about Wrex’s revitalised sex life and witness this wonderfully awkward conversation. It’s all completely joyful.

Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition

Just like the PC version, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition is a vastly different game than the one released at launch. Already a massively compelling space within which to build your dreams, developer 4J Studios has drawn from the Mojang original to provide update after update after update, adding considerable depth to an already remarkable title.

Creative mode, new mobs, The End, new biomes, new materials, bigger worlds - it’s impossible to give an effective overview of the sheer amount of new content released for the game. Already a bargain on XBLA considering the amount of hours you can lose in it, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition’s post-release support would ensure it a place on this list even it came in the form of premium DLC. But it doesn’t, it’s free! Now if only more developers would follow Minecraft’s lead...

Honourable mentions: Fallout 3 - Broken Steel, Left 4 Dead - The Sacrifice/Cold Stream, Borderlands 2 - Mister Torgue's Campaign of Carnage/Tiny Tina's Assault On Dragon's Keep, Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening, Oblivion - Shivering Isles.


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Comment #1 by Capn Doug
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 09:47:28 AM
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Harmonix definitely did something special with the massive DLC support for Rock Band. I remember waking up every Friday with the zeal of a child on Christmas morning and checking the horrible puns that awaited me on the x360a news page, just to see what goodies Harmonix would provide for me next Tuesday.

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Comment #2 by Caramel Cardinal
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 10:56:48 AM
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At least fallout 3 gets an honourable mention
personally also loved raams shadow from gears 3 as a dlc
shame theres no map packs in there, some of the cod, halo and gears ones have been awsome i mean you can now get the all fronts collection for gears 2 which is 19 new maps and a campaign chapter for £5 now thats value for money

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Comment #3 by Da Beni Man
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 11:15:44 AM
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The armoury almost had to be in that list, an almighty accomplishment that was :)

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Comment #4 by Kovy88
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 12:01:18 PM
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These are good picks. At least 4 of these came to mind before checking this out.

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Comment #5 by WARBRlNGER
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 01:01:19 PM
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Disappointed Shivering Isles wasn't on the list. It was better than any of the Skyrim DLCs.

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Comment #6 by Mcmax3000
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 02:52:26 PM
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This article reminded me that I really should play ME3: Citadel. I downloaded it day one, but didn't have time in the spring to play it, and I've just never gone back to it.

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Comment #7 by LickableLemons7
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 03:44:00 PM
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I liked some of the DLC for The Force Unleashed games, like the Hoth or Tatooine levels from the first and the Endor level from the second.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution's The Missing Link was somewhat enjoyable for me as well.

L.A. Noire's Nicholson Electroplating was pretty fun.

Skyrim's Dragonborn crashed my 360 3 times whenever I opened one of those black books, f that.

Some stuff that I thought was "alright" were Dead Space 2's Severed or Alan Wake's The Writer and Signal DLCs. The story in those sort of paled in comparison to the main game, but they weren't unplayable or too monotonous.

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Comment #8 by kaleido42
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 06:08:08 PM
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As far as I'm concerned Burnout Paradise is one of, if not the greatest example of developer support this generation. The fact that Criterion could even budget (or that EA would allow them) to release only free content for over a year after release blows my mind. We then saw DLC pack after DLC pack for another half a year, they averaged a release each month over that time-frame. Definitely a game to look into if you haven't already.

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Comment #9 by Mrryan12
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 06:40:19 PM
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I would have thought Old World Blues from FO: NV would be on the list, but I still think the list has it right.

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Comment #10 by DeathConvoy
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 07:51:55 PM
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Minerva's Den did nothing for me, however being an old man and picking up almost all the jokes and the number of times I was laughing so hard that I had to put the controller down makes me wonder why Tiny Tina's Bunkers & Badasses didn't make the list...

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Comment #11 by redsgamester
Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 09:38:51 PM
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I personally loved Red Dead Undead Nightmare. I thought it was very well done. Loved the look of it and all. It was great.

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Comment #12 by Phoxhunter
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 06:33:45 AM
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Dark Souls Prepare to Die anyone?

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Comment #13 by pauly_27
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 11:26:57 AM
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The Ballad of Gay Tony was better than the main GTA 4 storyline. Really, really good piece of DLC.

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Comment #14 by Infection Ftw
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 11:36:13 AM
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I'm not a CoD fanboy or anything but some of the Zombies? They are pretty well made and the AC3 SP DLC was better than the actual game itself imo. Not sure if they belong on the list but I do think they deserve a honourable mention. Can't come up with much more DLC even though I did complete a fair bunch of DLC achievements.

Although the list looks pretty solid to me as far as I can judge since I didn't play all of them.

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Comment #15 by S Luker 92
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 12:18:05 PM
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@9 Old World Blues was incredible. It definitely deserves an honourable mention over Broken Steel.

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Comment #16 by OmarStyles9
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 01:12:05 PM
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Oblivion's horse armour, anyone?

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Comment #17 by HolaOswaldo
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 03:51:46 PM
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Gears of war 3 DLC were amazing.

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Comment #18 by gearsofwarfan4life
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 07:11:20 PM
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I had a few of them in mind too, hours of fun and campaign based. Some of the best developers out there and still they keep people interested in there games.

OT, wonder what there top 10 soundtracks for games this generation would be? Any thoughts?

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Comment #19 by WadeMcG
Friday, November 01, 2013 @ 07:42:08 PM
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#1: This I have to agree with. The fact that at least 70% of my comment section entries were discussing Rock Band series DLC.

#18. I don't have a top ten in mind, but I'll pick Brutal Legend (you can never have too much Metal m/ ) and the Liberty Rock Radio station from GTA IV.

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Comment #20 by RedstoneFanatic
Saturday, November 02, 2013 @ 12:07:52 AM
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RAAM's Shadow, Minerva's Den, and Artorias of the Abyss were my top three.

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Comment #21 by Deviss516
Saturday, November 02, 2013 @ 09:55:18 AM
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All Fallout 3 DLC bar Point Lookout were great in my book.

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Comment #22 by Dothackbear
Saturday, November 02, 2013 @ 04:49:34 PM
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Alan Wake's The Writer episode deserves to be on here, That Level is fantastic and has a TON of sweet parts

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Comment #23 by Dothackbear
Saturday, November 02, 2013 @ 04:50:44 PM
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also it isnt the best game but i thought The Doctor Who Cloned Me DLC for DukeNukem Forever was Really funny

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Comment #24 by deluxnugs
Saturday, November 02, 2013 @ 05:09:54 PM
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Ranger mode from Metro 2033. rarely does a developer give you a really great reason to go back through their game.

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Comment #25 by Agent Mantis
Sunday, November 03, 2013 @ 02:39:36 AM
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Horse armour, the original and still the best!

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Comment #26 by THE DEADLY DOG
Sunday, November 03, 2013 @ 06:50:40 AM
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Some solid DLCs here, favorite among them had to be GTA IV's.

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Comment #27 by vSully
Sunday, November 03, 2013 @ 09:09:35 PM
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Artorias of the Abyss?

And the General Knox DLC for Borderlands 1 set the bar for what a $10 DLC should include. No other DLC game from either Borderlands game came close in substance and style.

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Comment #28 by Dlark17
Monday, November 04, 2013 @ 01:02:24 AM
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A nod to Minerva's Den, woo!
Whenever someone's like, "Bioshock 2 was pretty meh," my first question is always, "Have you played Minerva's Den? Totally redeems any shortcomings!"
Fantastic stuff.

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Comment #29 by Hurricane Of 87
Monday, November 04, 2013 @ 11:13:46 AM
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Had no idea Burnout Paradise received such support. I arrived to the party pretty late and assumed it was always that awesome.

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Comment #30 by smacd
Monday, November 04, 2013 @ 02:02:37 PM
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I tend to get all* the DLC for games I play (*that have achievements, non-achievement DLC I sometimes get and sometimes don't). And for big games, I tend to wait to play till I think all the DLC is out, so I can get the full experience without having to come back later. And even then, I usually wait til I can grab most/all of the (non-Rock band) DLC on sale.

Of all the games I've played, MOST of the DLC is garbage and wasn't worth the money. I found Artorias of the Abyss disappointing for the money, and I didn't think most of Oblivion/Skyrim/Fallout3/FalloutNV and DA:O/DA2/ME1/ME2/ME3 DLC to be worth the money I dropped. Sure there was one or two good ones, but most were garbage. And let's not get started on how the handful of Japanese RPGs with DLC show just how much they don't understand how DLC should work.

DLC wise, I think that the DLC for Rock Band has been the absolute best value for the money, and easily has the most play time for me. Sure, no achievements, but I have 1000 songs in my library and I still play RB3 regularly (if not as often as I used to, still).

Going in to the next generation, I'm pretty much so fed up with the dearth of garbage, I probably will not get much at all. I feel burned far more often than not. Maybe I'll just wait for GOTY packages most of the time.

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Comment #31 by ash356
Monday, November 04, 2013 @ 03:29:07 PM
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In fairness, the DLC was at least partially funded by the presence of in-game ads (in-game billboards and the like).
But still, it was a top-notch example of post-game support; I'm now getting all teary-eyed over how much I miss Burnout as a series :'(

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Comment #32 by N00delsuppe
Tuesday, November 05, 2013 @ 01:37:05 PM
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Shivering Isles should definatly be on the list. It was/is such a great DLC!

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Comment #33 by macd
Tuesday, November 05, 2013 @ 04:53:42 PM
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@ 31 - I wasn't aware that was how it was funded. Pretty cool.

Citadel gets my favourite. Shadow Broker was also excellent. The Fallout 3 DLC, other than Mothership Zeta was great. Skyrim DLC was good, outwith Hearthfire which was just pointless. Oblivion's Shivering Isles was fantastic, and Knights of the Nine was decent. New Vegas had good DLC too. Arkham City had good fun DLC.

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Comment #34 by JuanPabloSmoker
Wednesday, November 06, 2013 @ 05:05:20 AM
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Good list! Only one I can think of that hasn't been mentioned by anyone is the Brigmore Witches dlc for Dishonored. This was a great piece of dlc that allowed you to play as a totally different character from the main story - Daud, the master assassin. If you enjoyed the game but have avoided dishonored dlc due to the trials of dunwall, then you should play this immediately!!

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Comment #35 by gravelandx88
Wednesday, November 06, 2013 @ 09:54:02 AM
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I like Dragonborn DLC a lot, being able to travel to Solstheim in Morrowind. Haven't played ME3 yet but when I get a chance, I will have to check out the DLC.

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Comment #36 by Zebrahead MoFo
Thursday, November 07, 2013 @ 05:56:41 AM
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I think COD world at war Zombie maps deserve a mention. I've lost soo many hours online with map pack 3 trying to fully pack-a-punch all my weapons and trying 'just ONE more time!' to make it a wave further.

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Comment #37 by TheBiohazard187
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 01:39:47 PM
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Bad company 2's Vietnam dlc is not even mentioned at all, it was pretty much a different game in an expansion!

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Comment #38 by HoliestEd
Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 05:32:19 PM
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My favourites of this generation are Lair of the Shadow Broker and Point Lookout.

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Comment #39 by pduff1
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 @ 06:36:26 AM
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Dragon age awakening should be in the actual list.

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Comment #40 by SasileUchiha92
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 @ 08:04:44 PM
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Now if only ME3 Citadel would go on sale....

I do completely agree with Shadow Broker and Mineva's Den being on here. I liked Bioshock 2 (despite being the only one, apparently) and this DLC was a perfect follow up.

I don't think Minecraft should have been on this list. It's not DLC, it is it's own game.

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Comment #41 by angry bob
Thursday, November 14, 2013 @ 05:48:39 PM
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"The end is nigh. As the Xbox 360 nears the end". Erm didn't Microsoft say the 360 will have 100 new games and be supported over the next 3 years?. Who knows what's yet to come.

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Comment #42 by FaSCoRP
Friday, November 15, 2013 @ 08:31:00 AM
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Seriously Borderlands' Secret Armory of General Knoxx ? 40 missions but, you forgot most of them is doing almost the same task twice. You also have to beat him twice "for real". I believe Tiny Tina's from B2 is far better, and more imaginative and well written. The Knoxx one is just a kill em all without real narrative.

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Comment #43 by ginge88isfun
Friday, November 15, 2013 @ 10:37:16 AM
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I only have the Episodes from Liberty City DLC for GTA IV and both deserve to make this list.

I do own Undead Nightmare for Red Dead Redemption which regrettably I have yet to play, which seems a crime for such a good piece of DLC.

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Comment #44 by Cpt Peaches
Friday, November 15, 2013 @ 01:27:45 PM
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TBOGT for GTA IV was much better than TLAD although both were very fun.

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Comment #45 by Fire Hawk D
Friday, November 15, 2013 @ 11:50:00 PM
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Was about to complain that "DLC" includes XBLA titles and the like, not just add-ons, but then Minecraft ended the list. Acceptable. =)

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Comment #46 by UnleashTheWolf
Saturday, November 16, 2013 @ 06:32:26 AM
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My top Add ons are Lair of the shadow broker, Artorias of the abyss, the last zombie map on World at war and Broken steel

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Comment #47 by MabusScarab
Saturday, November 16, 2013 @ 03:16:28 PM
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Great list, pretty accurate except Shivering Isles would have made my top 10. Props to Harmonix that released an ungodly amount of songs and destroyed my wallet, I wound up downloading over 400 DLC tracks between RB2 and RB3.

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Comment #48 by Scobiwan31
Sunday, November 17, 2013 @ 09:17:33 AM
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I'd like to put forward the Pigsy's Perfect 10 DLC for Enslaved, it had a great story that slotted into the main game's narrative and a completely different play style. Also, the Vietnam expansion for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was fantastic!

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Comment #50 by CloneDemon117
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 @ 05:15:41 PM
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No Point Lookout or Old World Blues? Those were two of the best DLCs released and they didn't get a look in. That's just criminal.

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Comment #51 by THC BLUNTED
Thursday, November 21, 2013 @ 10:51:09 AM
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Shivering Isles is my hands down favorite DLC ever made! I also really enjoyed point lookout in Fallout 3 and the Halo 3 map packs were epic in their day.

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Comment #52 by HareJordan23
Saturday, November 23, 2013 @ 08:20:18 PM
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ummm where is fallout 3?

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Comment #55 by Knaussenheimer
Friday, November 29, 2013 @ 07:13:30 PM
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Citadel was one of my favourite DLC's ever. It deserves to be on here. probably only matched by harley quinn's revenge (which isn't unfortunately).

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Comment #56 by C dot Wizzle
Monday, December 02, 2013 @ 09:23:34 PM
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Are you serious right now? Not a single DLC from either Fallout 3 or New Vegas?? Absolutely ridiculous.

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Comment #58 by AliasDJA
Saturday, December 07, 2013 @ 07:33:06 AM
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I'll back the Mass Effect DLC, but where's Duke Nukems DLC!

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Comment #59 by banej
Saturday, December 07, 2013 @ 09:29:06 AM
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Agreed with #56. Fallout and Fallout:NV has some really excellent and varied DLC that is definitely value for money.

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Comment #61 by Jack Frost
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 @ 06:53:00 PM
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#34 is right, both The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches were excellent DLCs

These were story add-ons done perfectly and more developers should use them as examples of how to expand their core story admirably.

The Dunwall City Trials was a HUGE misstep, but the two story DLC are top notch.

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Comment #62 by nipperh2o
Thursday, December 12, 2013 @ 12:57:11 AM
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battlefield Vietnam and the dark souls DLC were 2 of my favorites, still are, its such a shame you cant get a full server in Vietnam any more.

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Comment #64 by bigtyme
Monday, December 16, 2013 @ 04:55:44 AM
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As mentioned above, Cod WaW DLCs should've been added. Started the trend of survival game styles in future CoDs

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Comment #65 by TwinTowers2311
Monday, February 03, 2014 @ 03:25:16 PM
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General Knoxx was the best DLC of this generation

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Comment #66 by xXjdooksXx2
Sunday, March 09, 2014 @ 10:19:51 PM
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@SasileUchiha92 I agree with you I think Bioshock 2 is unfairly vilified, but it was always going to be difficult following up to the original, which is probably my fave game of all time. The mp did almost ruin it for me though, completely unwarranted, dlc packs which you couldn't access and a massive grind to get all the achievements.

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