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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 670d ago | opinion piece

A Design for Boring: Problems with the Freemium Model | Dragon Blogger

Like everyone else who remembers driving to the mall to buy a new PC game in a box, I love checking out a game before deciding to buy it. And I’m happy paying for an awesome extra upgrade in a free game. Spending 99 cents in a freemium game for a more powerful sword for my brave adventurer or a faster cupcake oven for my cute little baker often serves as the same kind of pick-me-up as an afternoon latte. (Android, Casual games, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Lili, Mobile, Next-Gen, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, PSP, Tech, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Zenonia 5: Wheel Of Destiny)

3-4-5  +   669d ago
They don't all work like that.

I'm using bare bones everything in Planetside 2 and doing some serious work.

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