The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition was released ... yesterday, I think.
It's free for people who own the game. It adds ... stuff. Major stuff. Content, gameplay features ...
Did I mention it's free? So screw these money-grubbing people who want to extort us into paying more for worthless content. You see it so often nowadays, content that's absolutely worthless. I occasionally get weapon packs for games like Saint's Row, or civilizations for, uh, Civilizations, usually when there's some special offer, but a lot of games look more like goddamn DLC delivery systems.
Now, I have one issue with that video. It mentions that people don't often break out their old games for new DLC. Well. It could be that it's because most DLC is absolutely useless. If you're peddling armor or weapons or a new minigame that adds nothing, then, yeah, of course nobody's going to replay their old games for your worthless shit. I'd like to know what the differences are in those numbers between that garbage DLC, and DLC like, say, Lair of the Shadow Broker or GTA IV's amazing DLC.