So people dropped EA over lootboxes to go and invest into Take-Two that pretty much announced all their future games were going to be microtransaction heavy game as a service in the near future and Activision-Blizzard which alread…
They made all the wrong choices. Like magic.
They claimed loot boxes were vital to pay the game project then said to investors the opposite when they decided to temporary remove them. All of it became public, we are in the age of leakers after all.…
I live in Brazil and here we already lost this battle. To change the population opinion and pass the bill they made this huge marketing push claiming that internet is like a water pipe and too much kids playing video games were draining it.
Only if there is a way to direct purchase its drops. People love to use magic booster pack as example of rng purchase but forget the entire market and community around buying and selling. I built my mogis edh solely with direct trade and direct purc…
Corporations that prey on the weak-willed need regulating. At least China, Korea, and Japan have some laws that force devs to sho…
The rational behind this argument is a lot like trying to make a good case for why being a prostitute is an acceptable career alternative for your daughter.
Might be true as opposed to some other bad opt…
So why is it bad that Shadows of War has microtransactions but it's okay that Minecraft has them? I've not seen any rant threads about microtransactions in Minecraft and it's a much …
Corporations that prey on the weak-willed need regulating. At least China, Korea, and Japan have some laws that force devs to show loot box drop rates.
I agree the same reas…
The game had no depth on it's skill and character progression. That is one of the major points of this rework. They are trying to tie in cash shop to it, testing skills coming from scrolls, similar to games like Sacred.
The problem is the scaling. It is not like Paladins where you would range from lvl 1 cards to lvl max cards something like 5% to 15% bonus to certain skills. It goes from "something" to "gg easy".
It's absurd beyond belief.