Let's talk about DLC. It seems to be a trend lately that certain publishers will sell you half a game at full price and then expect you to pay for the rest in a season pass, meaning you are paying half the cost of another game just to get the other half of a game that they should have already given you in the first place. Even worse, some games come with day one DLC. However, it isn't always bad, some games like Fallout, The Witcher, and Dying Light come out with phenomenal expansions that truly do expand upon the base game and are often just things they legitimately did not have time to cram into what was already a massive and immersive gaming experience. You do also have to think about how bloated development budgets have become with marketing and the increase in the demand for cutting edge graphics and technology. Is DLC just a way of making back up budget when the price of games is already fully saturated and cant go up any higher? Whether it is good, bad, an idea, or a solution, let's talk about DLC.