Is it standalone DLC, or do you have to have Bioshock 2 to play Minerva's Den. It's discounted on XBL right now, but I don't have enough money to buy Bioshock 2, even pre-owned. (Yes, I'm pretty broke)
It seems so weird that a company can go from being beloved by it's fans to being the subject of scorn so quickly. But it's the internet, both the good and bad sides are amplified so much that's it's hard to know what people truly make of this sort of thing. I'm not a fighting game fan but I can see why the whole gems system and the inevitable retailer specific DLC would rankle people.
Seems like a handy thing to have. I've been put off buying bundles in Steam sales because I hate the idea of buying a game(s) that I've already got. If I can regift it or get TF2 swag, then that's a good move.
@PlasmaBeam44: when you bought it, you got a gimped censored version. Me and my mates got round it by having a friend in the UK gift us copies which got us the uncensored version. WE all just paid him back in Steam games. Good deal.