The recent blog, Peace in the Era of Call of Duty really made me think about war games that dig deeper than simply a kill streak reward. The first game that came to mind was Spec-Ops: The Line and although I haven’t played it, I began to wonder if it did the war genre as...
Yes, it's true that Soul Calibur V is not even out yet, but that's not going to stop the money sucking train known as DLC from making a few scheduled stops. After all, how else is Namco Bandai going to make sure they nickel and dime you for everything you could possibly want, especially if you already short-changed them by borrowing a copy or buying it used? Hmm?
So here it is, folks. Read it and decide if this extra content is worth it to you.
Launch Day Pack ($1.99 or 160 MSP):
9 customization items, including bikinis, wings, and face paints
Original music from Soul Blade and Soul Calibur (individual tracks available for $.99 or 80 MSP each)
Valentine's Day or What Mass Effect 3 Demo? Pack ($1.99 or 160 MSP):
9 more customization items, including breast plates, kimonos, and animal heads
Original music from Soul Calibur II and Soul Calibur III (individual tracks available for $.99 or 80 MSP each)
Boring Date Pack or February 28th Pack ($1.99 or 160 MSP):
9 more customization items, including masks, more face paints, camoflauge, and skulls
Original music from Soul Calibur IV and Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny (individual tracks available for $.99 or 80 MSP each)