BlogFinal Fantasy XIII-2 will make costumes available via DLC from Assassin's Creed. While the concept of a fictional crossover is far from new, I think we've reached a new low. I'm still yet to finish Final Fantasy XIII and therefore haven't started the sequel, but I can assure you this announcement is not making me want to get on board quickly. DLC often can be pointless, as seen in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion with the horse armor pack, but I think the number of people who felt hurt by not having Assassin's Creed costumes in a Final Fantasy game are very few in number. I initially thought that if money is made then there's no harm, but the more I think about this the more I realise games are going in a very strange and artstically-starved direction; instead of creating new original and exciting content companies are happy to rely on already established work and mash them all together to wring more cash out. Sad times.