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Submitted by MrBT 1051d ago | review

Review: Happy Wars | Xboxer360

Jamie of Xboxer360 writes, "Free to play games often develop this reputation that they’ll never last that long due to the fact that the developers don’t really make any or a lot of money from them. However, since free to play games began, they’ve adapted to gamer’s needs by implementing stores where you can buy in-game items using real money. It might not make up the amount from game sales if it wasn’t free to play, but it’s a great addition if you want to show your support for the title, whilst improving your character at the same time." (Happy Wars, Xbox 360) 74/100

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