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9th Jun '17 11:51:03 AM Piterpicher
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* ''BlueDragon''

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* ''BlueDragon''''VideoGame/BlueDragon''
3rd Jun '17 3:20:03 PM nombretomado
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** The WiiWare port of ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' has DLC in the form of "Rise from the Ashes", the fifth case. Note that this case is pre-installed in the DS release of the game.

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** The WiiWare UsefulNotes/WiiWare port of ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' has DLC in the form of "Rise from the Ashes", the fifth case. Note that this case is pre-installed in the DS release of the game.



* ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'': Exclusive to the WiiU version is two DLC levels that take Sonic through the worlds of ''YoshisIsland'' and ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''. You can access them in the Windy Hill hub world every time you get a set amount of points. Like with Sonic Generations, the Nightmare Zone Pre-Order Bonus is available in the PC version, where it's mentioned as being free DLC.

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* ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'': Exclusive to the WiiU UsefulNotes/WiiU version is two DLC levels that take Sonic through the worlds of ''YoshisIsland'' and ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''. You can access them in the Windy Hill hub world every time you get a set amount of points. Like with Sonic Generations, the Nightmare Zone Pre-Order Bonus is available in the PC version, where it's mentioned as being free DLC.
10th Apr '17 3:13:03 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed]]'':

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* ''[[SegaSuperstars ''[[VideoGame/SegaSuperstars Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed]]'':
8th Apr '17 8:57:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''RockBand''

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* ''RockBand''''VideoGame/RockBand''
4th Apr '17 1:31:31 AM MeeMaggot
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' has the Prepare To Die Edition, an UpdatedRerelease for the PC. The new content from the PC version available for the console version as Downloadable Content.
* ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' has three DLC packs, referred to as the "Lost Crowns Trilogy". There is also a free DLC containing the story bits from the UpdatedRerelease.

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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' VideoGame/DarkSouls
** ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI''
has the Prepare To Die Edition, an UpdatedRerelease for the PC. The new content from the PC version available for the console version as Downloadable Content.
* ** ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' has three DLC packs, referred to as the "Lost Crowns Trilogy". There is also a free DLC containing the story bits from the UpdatedRerelease.UpdatedRerelease, known as Scholar of the First Sin.
** ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'' has two DLC packs, namely ''Ashes of Ariandel'' and ''the Ringed City''. An UpdatedRerelease, known as The Fire Fades is on the works.
27th Mar '17 11:47:53 AM Gosicrystal
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Of course, DLC also has some controversy attached to it. Many a dedicated and knowledgeable gamer may crack the game to see what is stored in the disc, and they won't be too happy if they see that the DLC they paid for was [[DummiedOut already in the game to begin with]]. Another issue DLC brings up is pricing. It is subjective what content is worth paying for, but some gamers in general fear that game developers may use DLC as a way to milk more money out of their consumers by rushing the game (thus making it filled with bugs or missing content) and then charging people to get the rest of the good stuff, or the existing stuff to work how it was supposed to. Some DLC is only available for a limited time or promotional events, meaning that people who come across a game later on are unable to purchase it. In other cases, DLC [[OfferVoidInNebraska is only available in certain countries]], making it impossible for people in other areas to get it at all. Also, DLC can often give a player a competitive advantage online, essentially forcing every player in the game to buy the DLC just to compete with other people who bought the DLC for exactly the same reason; see BribingYourWayToVictory.

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Of course, DLC also has some controversy attached to it. Many a dedicated and knowledgeable gamer may crack the game to see what is stored in the disc, and they won't be too happy if they see that the DLC they paid for was [[DummiedOut already in the game to begin with]]. Another issue DLC brings up is pricing. It is subjective what content is worth paying for, but some gamers in general fear that game developers may use DLC as a way to milk more money out of their consumers by rushing the game (thus making it filled with bugs or missing content) and then charging people to get the rest of the good stuff, or the existing stuff to work how it was supposed to. [[TemporaryOnlineContent Some DLC is only available for a limited time or promotional events, meaning that people who come across a game later on are unable to purchase it.it]]. In other cases, DLC [[OfferVoidInNebraska is only available in certain countries]], making it impossible for people in other areas to get it at all. Also, DLC can often give a player a competitive advantage online, essentially forcing every player in the game to buy the DLC just to compete with other people who bought the DLC for exactly the same reason; see BribingYourWayToVictory.
25th Feb '17 7:21:51 AM crazyrabbits
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* ''DownloadableContent/FinalFantasy''



* ''[[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Dissidia 012 [duodecim]: Final Fantasy]]'' has extra costumes and BGM for sale in the Playstation store, [[OfferVoidInNebraska some of which is region-specific]]. Buying a special prologue version of the game and importing its data is also the only way to get [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Aerith]] as a support-only character.



* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy Fables: [[VideoGame/ChocobosDungeon Chocobo Tales]]'': Five promotional cards for the in-game card game; distributed through store demo kiosks. They can also be unlocked with button codes, but four of the five codes for the US version have never been released or discovered.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears'' for Wii has an interesting DLC case, since you ''must'' get "The Crystal" chapter to finish the game.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2''
** Weapons:
*** Serah: Genji Bow (originally a PreOrderBonus), Seraphic Wing, Azrael (Xbox 360 exclusive)
*** Noel: Muramasa, Catastrophe Blade
** Outfits:
*** Serah: Summoner's Garb (originally a PreOrderBonus), Beachwear, [[Franchise/MassEffect N7 Armor]], Style and Steel (free), WhiteMage
*** Noel: Battle Attire, Spacetime Guardian, [[Franchise/MassEffect N7 Armor]], [[VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII Ezio Auditore]], BlackMage
*** Mog: A Wondrous Wardrobe (16 additional costumes)
** Coliseum Opponents (defeating them allows you to use them as an ally):
*** Lightning & Amodar; [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Omega]]; [[TheUnfought Nabaat]]; [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI Ultros & Typhon]]; [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII PuPu]]; [[RecurringBoss Gilgamesh]]
** Episodes (additional side stories; adds a companion upon completion)
*** Sazh: Heads of Tails? (also adds additional [[MinigameZone Serendipity]] content)
*** Snow: Perpetual Battlefield
*** Lightning: Requiem of the Goddess
21st Jan '17 10:11:21 AM Hanz
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* ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog(2006)'':

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* ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog(2006)'':''VideoGame/{{Sonic The Hedgehog|2006}}'':
21st Jan '17 9:58:45 AM Hanz
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* ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas Fallout: New Vegas]]''

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* ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas Fallout: New Vegas]]''''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''


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* ''Videogame/Fallout4''
** Automatron (adds the ability to create and customize robots)
** Far Harbor
** Wasteland (adds additional construction options for settlements)
** Vault-Tec Workshop (adds the ability to create a vault)
** Nuka-World
30th Dec '16 3:42:32 PM Kadorhal
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Compare ExpansionPack (which differs from DLC mostly in that physical distribution is the primary manner of acquiring it) and UnlockableContent (the content is already in the game, and just needs some form of challenge completed or ''in-game'' cost to acquire).

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Compare ExpansionPack (which differs from DLC mostly in that physical distribution is the primary manner of acquiring it) it, although the line has been blurred with modern digital distributors selling expansions for old games in a downloaded format) and UnlockableContent (the content is already in the game, and just needs some form of challenge completed or ''in-game'' cost to acquire).



*** December: [[HappyHolidaysDress Roll]] [[RougeAnglesOfSatin Clause]] ''[-[sic]-]''

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*** December: [[HappyHolidaysDress Roll]] [[RougeAnglesOfSatin Clause]] ''[-[sic]-]''Clause]]


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* ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'' had a numerous amount of DLC released, either pre-order bonuses or post-release, mostly focused on skins for Raiden in the main game or new missions played as a new character. Most of it came with a Japanese-exclusive special edition for [=PS3=] and the PC port.
** ''VR Missions'' - A new set of thirty VR missions for the player to accomplish. The Japanese version also includes a new weapon, the "Hebidamashii"/Snake Spirit, a variation of the Wooden Sword which speaks with the voice of Solid Snake (the West didn't get this weapon due to circumstances regarding Big Boss' recasting for the below ''MGSV'').
** ''Jetstream'' - A prequel campaign in which the player takes control of Jetstream Sam, where he takes it upon himself to dole out justice against Desperado.
** ''Bladewolf'' - Another prequel campaign setting the player as Bladewolf, undergoing training in VR before attempting to escape from Desperado, taking out a new member of the Winds of Destruction in the process.
** Skins for the most part started out as pre-order bonuses, before being released as DLC proper. There's the trio of Inferno, White, and Commando Armor, which are respectively red, white, and green variations of Raiden's cyborg body in the regular game. There are also the Cyborg Ninja Armor, giving Raiden the appearance of Gray Fox from the first ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', and the [=MGS4=] Raiden Custom Body, giving him his appearance from ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear Solid 4|GunsOfThePatriots}}''.
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