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Where to find compatible DLC for these games?

I am a brand new addition to the world of PC gaming and was wondering where I might be able to download add-ons and other DLC for the physical retail copies of these games:

1. Arkham Asylum
2. Arkham City
3. Skyrim
4. Crysis
5. Crysis 2
6. Mass Effect 1,2,3
7. Dead Space 1,2,3
8. Borderlands 2
9. Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Revelations, and 3
10. Battlefield 3
11. Oblivion

These are the games I'm most interested in acquiring the DLC for at the moment, though I'm also curious where I might expect to find DLC compatible with the physical retail release of any PC game in general I might be interested in buying, if applicable.

I have a pretty slow internet connection, and where I live there is not much better than what I have, and although downloading pretty much any full game would be brutal I have never had to wait longer than a couple of hours at most to download add-ons and expansions for games on my Xbox, and I don't see why it should take longer to do the same thing on PC.

Lastly, although I'd very much prefer to own the physical boxed copy of these games I would be willing to download them on Steam for example and put up with having to wait for my slow connection to get the job done, but only if absolutely necessary to enjoy full functionality and access to DLC.

Sorry if this is an outstandingly noobish question, but I have searched the net so many times for an answer that applies to my situation that my head is beginning to ache.
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  1. Download stuff for each game from it's manufacturer's site. If you get it from Steam then get the dlc from steam. Ea, get it from Ea. Etc. The only way to get a legal license for a game is buying retail or downloading from someone like steam.
  2. zdbc13 said:
    Download stuff for each game from it's manufacturer's site. If you get it from Steam then get the dlc from steam. Ea, get it from Ea. Etc. The only way to get a legal license for a game is buying retail or downloading from someone like steam.


    Yes, I understand that. However, for a game like Borderlands 2 for instance, I was unable to find DLC for that game via Gearbox Software but I was able to find the DLC for Borderlands 1 via the same site. Also, when I visit Bethesda's official site and locate DLC for Skyrim, I am redirected to Steam and Steam requires me to have a digital copy of the Steam version of Skyrim to use the DLCs available there. Several other titles on my list here also seem to have DLC that is only available for the PC via Steam at least according to what I have been able to dig up.
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    Also check fan based sites for dlc. I'm sorry steam is so messed up.
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