As per the official website, which shows a pretty clear ‘DLC’ link in the navbar for some undefined future purpose. Here’s a picture:
Seems pretty clear to me! Guess Nintendo and Tecmo Koei already have plans for downloadable content for this game, presumably in the form of such things as new levels, characters and equipment. Which could be a good thing, assuming that nothing’s been cut out to save for a future release in this form.
But what do you think? Do you like the idea of Hyrule Warriors having DLC? Does the idea of a navbar link for it prior to the game’s release make you wary? What do you think about this feature’s inclusion in the game?
Want to see what Nabbit, Rosalina and Toadette look like in action? What characters and courses are included in each DLC pack? If so, head past the break and keep reading, since we have a freak ton of awesome screenshots for you Mario Golf fans!
Well, that’s certainly a game I never expected Nintendo to be selling paid downloadable content for! Apparently though, that’s exactly where they’re going to be doing, with the 3DS game having both ‘additional paid downloadable courses’ and ‘special trial tournaments’ according to the eShop description.
So what kind of downloadable courses do you expect (or hope) to see? I personally hope to see a few based on other Mario games and spinoffs, like the RPGs, Donkey Kong Country, Wario Land or WarioWare, but I have this sneaking suspicion I’ll be disappointed yet again.
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When it comes to implementing DLC in their games, you have to admit Nintendo is one of the better companies in the market. After all, we get actual ‘add on’ content like New Super Luigi U and extra characters/campaigns for titles like Pikmin 3 and Fire Emblem Awakening for goodness sake. But there’s one thing that’s been bugging me for a while now.
Namely, when the heck are we getting more DLC for well… more interesting titles?
Not that this should come as a surprise to absolutely anyone, but Satoru Iwata has said in his recent financial briefing that the most sales of the new StreetPass games were from Japan, with literally 75% of the sales coming from there.