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Submitted by -Mezzo- 877d ago | opinion piece

Five Reasons Video Games Should Have Better Economies

Uproxx - Ask anybody who runs a Civ game: simulating a real economy is a pain in the ass. A lot of developers don’t even try, understandably preferring to either forgo money altogether for more of a “loot and pillage” system, or offering you only a handful of stores to choose from. Maybe if you’re playing a very dense RPG, the stores will offer different prices depending on their location on the map. (Culture)

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