Downloadable content, or DLC, is a fine development that expands the scope of gaming. It lets publishers feed us more of the games we love, and it allows dev teams to fix mistakes in their games, like the incredibly ruinous ending of Mass Effect 3 that should see the head writer, Marc Walters, bounced out of the game industry. The key point of DLC is the downloadable part, though. A recent trend has DLC already on the media you purchased, taking up space, enlongening your downloads, but locked out until you buy in for a second time. On-disc DLC has gamers talking, and what they’re saying isn’t good. Check it out. Nerd Reactor has the story.