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Submitted by -Mezzo- 582d ago | article

Saturday Soapbox: Buy-to-let gaming

EuroGamer - This week has seen two big stories about premium games trying to squeeze ever-more money out of their players. They're not immediately obvious bedfellows; Square Enix's Final Fantasy: All the Bravest is a mobile title divided into cash-hungry chunks, and Dead Space 3 is as typical an AAA console title as you'll get. But both excite the same feeling of unease, and not just because they share a common theme of exploitation; it's that point where something bearable becomes too much. (Culture, Dead Space 3)

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