Tag Archives: Dlc

The DLC Manifesto

You’re releasing a game and boy a lot of people sure are looking forward to it. That’s great, that’s really, really great. But wait, what’s this? A dlc plan? Well, buddy, you better make sure it’s in tip top condition because you wouldn’t want to make buying your game and giving you money an unpleasurable, cynical minded process for your loving fans who got you here in the first place would you? WOULD YOU? I’m sick of it. Completely. I’m not against DLC – no – but I am against how it’s being used at the minute. It’s depressing, ugly,…

Oblivion 2010

Oblivion is old and broken. It almost goes out of its was to annoy you at times with some daft systems and odd choices. Some of it looks a bit wonky, some of it feels a bit wonky, and sometimes, strangely, you feel restricted for choice. Now, though, it’s 2010. People have had four long years with the bundled Construction Kit and we can fix it. We can make Oblivion the game that we (or at least I) always wanted – a game of survival, depth and gorgeous landscapes. With a few simple steps we can transform Oblivion into something…