Eventually you reach her house, and then your patience will be rewarded with a final showdown with the killer, right? Yes, but only if you count waiting 14 years for the opportunity to give money to the Shenmue III Kickstarter. You find out the girl might have magic powers (oh, so now you're abandoning realism, Shenmue?), examine a sword and a mysterious note, and the credits finally anticlimactically roll. Jesus, we haven't seen pacing that bad since we tried to run a marathon.
Mass Effect 3 Makes You Do Way Too Many Pull-Ups
Mass Effect 3's final piece of downloadable content was all about throwing a party and fighting your evil clone, but mostly the party (because giant, genocidal squid robots killing millions of people every day are no excuse to not get funky). Before the main event, Citadel, or as it should have been called, "We're Sorry About The Ending, Here Are All The Characters Messing Around And Having Fun, Oh God Please Love Us Like You Love Them," lets you bond with each of your colleagues through mini-games. You'll play at the arcade, gamble at the casino, hit the dance floor, and even shoot an action flick. It's good times all around, until you decide to hang out with beefcake James Vega.
Electronic ArtsSeen here getting a tattoo from an NBA 2K15 character.