Good downloadable content can be rare, but sometimes developers dont even bother trying to make stuff awesome. Instead they aim to created new gameplay that is just....weird. This week we are taking a special look at that on my list of the Top 10 Games with CRAZY DLC!
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In this video I go over the plot, general gameplay details, and show some combat type stuff for games like Far cry 3 Blood Dragon, Asura's Wrath DLC Lost Episodes against Ryu, Arma 3 KARTS, Saints Row IV Enter the Matrix, Neir Automata boss fights from the 3C3C1D119440927 DLC, Final Fantasy XV Episode Ignis alternate ending, Assassins Creed III King Washington, Resident Evil V7 Jack's Birthday party, Bioshock Infinite Burial at Sea full gameplay walkthrough these are random words cause Im awake at 2 am to finish this and also Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare!
I can tell you weren't playing the damn GBA and faked it for this video, because you have no additional light attachment on that fucker. No one can play the gba without extra light attachments or a modded screen :P shame Nintendo ruined the gba with the piss poor background light
Though it might not be as revolutionary, I have a place in my heart for the Mass Effect DLCs. First off, I'm surprised EA kept to a couple of large DLC missions per game. Well, ME3 has microtransactions, but they're completely optional and mostly for the multiplayer. They're also really fun. ME1's asteroid was the first time we've seen Batarians, ME2 gave us new characters and a really cool mission in Lair of the Shadow Broker, and ME3 gave us three big missions, including another new race, the only female Turian in the franchise (I guess Turians are very patriarchal?) and an apartment you can decorate and throw parties in.
One of my favorite DLCs was the special episodes for Fire Emblem: Awakening. The combat was the same, but I just liked pairing up units on the beach or in the hot spring to see what they would say.
Plus, Inigo looked bae in his yakata.
My pick for crazy DLC would be the recent Challenge Battle Mode released last month for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 where not only do you take on challenges presented to you by some odd Nopon, but you also encounter Shulk and Fiora from the first game. And not only that, but by some weird logic, they actually become similar to Blades as your Drivers can engage them, use their weapons and each one has their own affinity chart you can develop. At first, you can only use them in the Land of Challenge, but once you beat the challenge, Dino Drama, you can actually bring them to your world, and have them as part of the main story, using their field skills to help you in certain places, talking to them in Heart-to-Hearts (theoretically) and even put them in Merc Groups. It's pretty crazy having the two main stars of the first Xenoblade Chronicles in this game altogether, but then to turn them into Blades, it's utterly bizarre.
For runner-up, I'd say the Champions' Ballad DLC for Breath of the Wild, mainly for the fact that Link gets a FREAKING MOTORCYCLE!
I’m playing through FF XV core game now. (DLC looks good btw) to You mention no spoilers, then proceed to show what could be the last boss and tell about him destroying the world. Was this generic chatter or did it just spoil the ending?
+DreamcastGuy I'm shocked you left out Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Torna the Golden Country. Monolith was supoose to make just a relatively simple/short storyline DLC, likeky involving mostly side stories, and flashbacks of the past(500 years ago). Well, Monolith got completely carried away, and ended up accidentally making a entire prequel game, literally. Even ended up with new mechanics, atleast one brand new titan, probally atleast 3 returning titans(completed changed though), lots of side quests, ect. Again It's literally a entire prequel game, so much so, while people will still beable to get it through the expansion pass, Monolith is now going to offer a physical option as well. All the DLC for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has been a poster child of how to do DLC right, but omg the Torna the Golden Country segment goes way beyond that, It's a dream come true lv of, no way would that ever happen, kind of thing going on here.
Your voice sounds oddly scripted - like a William Shattner lol. I love your content/videos tho brotha man, but I swear the way you pause and prononuciate is like fuckin' William Shatner playin Kirk. Shitner/Shatner IDK not a star trek fan!
If this included general Micotransactions I think the original release of Shining Resonance would have made it. 100yen to retry a lost battle or you have to reload your file. That shits lame. Maybe that's a list for another time.
Wanna leave me a LIKE for my sleeplessness?? Lol youtubers have it so hard. If you make quality content people will figure out for themselves how to subscribe/like/etc. I hate when youtubers are always asking or begging for likes and have a stupid 30 second intro/outro on every video about subscribing and clicking the bell blah blah blah...
Chad Catarozoli you don't have to lie to make friends is what I'd tell him. I'd be surprised if he's played over 30 hrs of fortnite with how much obligation he has to review other games. BTW, there's no way in hell he could even afford to buy 500 new games since ps4 released.
I was thinking the same thing. He says he's obsessed and puts "thousands" of hours into fortnite and splatoon, yet also claims to play all these old games and consoles "a ton" as well. So hes either grossly over exagerrating or literally never leaves his gaming chair. Im assuming its both exagerration and he has no life whatsoever.
Matthew Luevanos common theme for him to grossly over exaggerate how long he plays games. ..there was a video yesterday when he said he's played and beaten over 500 games this generation. That's like a full game every 3 or 4 days.
Loved the video, but the Matrix isn’t an “early 2000s” film, it is from 1999, although there is a bit of leeway, as the sequels were from the “early 2000s”, although you did mention the film, not the series. Not a big problem, just thought I’d point it out!
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