Submitted by MattS 958d ago | interview

The indies from New Zealand showing the world how microtransactions are done

Digitally Downloaded writes: "Path of Exile has really taken the PC game community by storm, and it's still only in Beta. The work of New Zealand creatives at Grinding Gears have achieved positive notority from adopting a completely free-to-play model that is so fair that players want to buy the microtransactions on offer." (Grinding Gear Games, Industry, PC)

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