Well, we've got good news and bad news for folks who've long awaited the PC version ofBioShock 2's downloadable content. The good news? According to a few users on the game's official forum, the Protector Trials expansion was released on the Games for Windows Marketplace earlier this week for $5.75. The bad news? It ... um, doesn't work. Like, at all.

It seems like the PC version of the game needs to be patched before the DLC will become compatible. A 2K representative confirmed on the forums, "wait till my word before you go grab it - it's not ready yet."


A few frankly incredible-looking Witcher 2 screenshots have appeared online. The question is, does your PC have a hope of making the game look this good?

Witcher 2's not due for release until May 2011, but publisher Namco Bandai detailed the Premium and Collector's editions late last year.

Previously exclusive to the Xbox 360, the Dead Money DLC for Fallout: New Vegas is now heading to PC (via D2D and Steam) and PS3. The content will be unleashed on February 22nd. Other add-on packs are also on the way in the coming months. Bethesda says it will release these packs simultaneously on Xbox 360, PC and PS3.