1Bass_X0Mon 8th Jul 2013 Spinning off from the discussion about Platinum Games not putting any DLC into their game. I say that games should continually be added to in the form of DLC as long as it remains popular enough to do so. More stages, more characters, rebalancing, more costumes and more abilities. It doesn't matter how much content goes into the retail game, most gamers will want to see even more content once they've seen all the game has to offer. Take the original Street Fighter II. If gamers were satisfied it and did not demand for more characters and other content, Capcom wouldn't have made so many versions of it. We'd be stuck playing World Warriors and never have reached the vastly superior Super Street Fighter II Turbo. Back in the 90s, DLC didn't exist outside of PC games, so they had to create upgrades which is pretty much the same thing as DLC, just a different method of distribution. You could name five games considered "THE BEST EVER" that do not have any DLC and I would still be able to give a list of content I would like to see added to the game. More dungeons in A Link to the Past, more levels in Super Mario World. If Nintendo were to release such content, I would download it for sure. Being "THE BEST EVER" doesn't mean it shouldn't have more content than is originally given. And games continually being given more content, including seperate upgrades, doesn't mean the game cannot be great, even in its original untouched form. Edgey, Gumshoe, Godot, Sissel, Larry, then Mia, Franziska, Maggie, Kay and Lynne. I'm throwing my money at the screen but nothing happens!