an image of the outfit(s) is available before you buy the dlc. to say they look daft after the purchase because we cant alter them, knowing full well that we cant alter them before the purchase, is a bit odd. if you dont like the look of the outfits as is, why buy them at all?
Your singular way of thinking is a bit odd. Are we supposed to not contest things we dislike, or are we to remain complacent and just nod with a blank smile on our faces? Listen. I like this game; I've waited years for it to come out since first hearing about it in the summer of 2009. I support it by purchasing most of the DLC in-game content. I love supporting this game, and just the same, I will voice my discontent with the game as it arises. This is SUPPORTING the game. and letting the developers know what we as their consumer base (and fan base and the only real reason this game got the sales it did) are unhappy about.
If they choose not to listen with open ears, then so be it, but it's not helping them.
Secondly, bert, we weren't shown that the Yakuza Style was pretty much naked super tattoo'd Wei wearing a japanese jockstrap, excuse me--FUNDOSHI. You know, because it's fun to do shi while wearing nothing but a diaper and dressed in ink!
No, not once were we shown a full representation of the Yakuza outfit, which is my favorite, aside from Wei's bareassedness. I was expecting a shirtless badass with pants on at least.
My point was to stress WHY customization was a GOOD THING. And how personalization can really enhance the feeling of playing a character in an open world game.
To people that say it's not a big deal; sure, maybe it isn't (for you), but having it certainly isn't harming anything, and not having it only takes away options.
And ya know, at least I'm voicing suggestions and not just outright denouncing this pack. Might want to rethink things before you just like, you know, assume.