DLC: You either love it, or you hate it. Here are seven games that will clearly steer you towards the latter camp.
Castlevania: Harmony of Despair - Music Packs
Castlevania: Harmony of Despair is a game for masochists. It takes half an hour to plough through any one of its levels, and when you're invariably crushed by the hard-as-nails boss at the end you're sent straight back to the start. On a similar note, only self-abusers would shell out 160 MS Points for the Music Pack 1 DLC, which adds a whopping five tracks to the game. While the tunes themselves are fairly decent, being culled from Symphony of the Night and other classics, it's hard not to see this as Konami attempting to milk their most ardent fans - especially as another five tracks were lumped into the originally-titled Music Pack 2.