I think companies need to stop announcing DLC prematurely. It makes them look really bad when they do this. I think that even if they have DLC planned, they should wait until the game is out until announcing said DLC.
I suppose I can't say much, as I have yet to play ME3. I'm waiting on a slight price drop and then picking it up as well as the day-1 DLC (and possibly whatever others).
I've played both the games prior to it and watched the ending online after the big debacle revolving around it. I've gotta...
Before Arkham City released I went back to B:AA and beat it, got all the riddler trophies and so on. Then I beat Arkham City and are currently in the midst of finding all of the new trophies and solving the riddles. Fantastic games with a ridiculous amount of polish and refinement.
For quantity, Skyrim.
For quality, Bioshock: Inf.
I'm not saying at all that Skyrim isn't going go to be good at all. I'm looking very much forward to both. Although, after seeing that that Bioshock: Infinite E3 Demo...let's just say I'm still trying to find ways to keep my jaw from slamming...
The demo was great, I'm so happy I pre-ordered the "Love is Over" edition. So worth it.
The feel of the game was good (while the controls were a bit wonky), the sound was great.
I was actually really please with the social aspect. I've always loved that about Atlus games. i.e. Persona
As good as Bio and Square's game may have been considered. I've enjoyed Bethesda's RPG's much, MUCH more. Not only have I put more hours into them and felt the need to search every spot in their games, but thoroughly enjoyed it, too.
Also, Square Enix was better when they were Squaresoft