We’re spending the week celebrating Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt on Borderlands 2. How are we celebrating, you ask? By giving away Xbox 360 download codes, of course!
The long awaited Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game DLC might finally be upon us.
AA stand-alone expansion for Dragon’s Dogma will be appearing soon if a Famitsu live stream is to be believed.
There are a lot of ways Nintendo could expand the existing game. Bingo Battle could obviously receive new maps and potentially other characters as well as other enemies and fruit, but I highly suspect we will stick with what we’re given in the boxed copy. As pertains to the Story,…
Playstation All-Stars will receive its first batch of DLC on the 12th February in North America and the 13th February in the UK.
Poor old Vergil. We know the guy is going to have a bit of a Michael Douglas/Falling Down moment, and we had expected him to get it out of his system this week. Sadly for him (and us), he’ll be waiting a while longer.
Sir Hammerlock will once again need the services of the vault hunters in this latest DLC for Borderlands 2.
Revengeance is coming, and we’re getting some DLC to go along with it.
This definitely isn’t the Nintendo of old. Following the launch of Fire Emblem: Awakening on 3DS, the game will receive a steady stream of weekly maps.
Gamestop have freely admitted that DLC is so successful, it’s easier to sell in stores than guides and accessories.