Not all DLC is created equal; some DLC is exceptionally bad. It is these pieces of DLC that hurt everything else in their wake. Consumers are left feeling burnt -- and they're left with emptier wallets or purses. In turn, publishers are left with angry fans. And the whole video game industry is left a little weaker because of the whole debacle.
But there are many identifiable sins or malpractices, if you so wish, that can be easily avoided by developers. So why aren't they addressed by the likes of EA or Ubisoft, for example? Well, that is a different story. Instead of drilling down into that, let's take a look at the 5 DLC sins that hurt the video game industry so you can be better aware of what they are -- and how to address them moving forward.