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Submitted by chromeish 747d ago | opinion piece

Three Keys to a Successful Free to Play Store

The Controller Online writes: "The rise of Free to Play (F2P) games has allowed individuals like myself ,who have short attention spans when it comes to gaming, to try out various games with no inherent risk involved. This works for me, as there are many good games out there that would not be on my radar if they had a large initial price tag attached to them." (Blacklight Retribution, PC, Super Monday Night Combat, Tribes Ascend)

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