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Submitted by bytefeast 368d ago | article

Fair Trade Games: Five Examples of Free-to-play Done Right

Computer & Video Games: The OFT investigation into the legality of selling microtransactions to young Britons might be a positive step for consumers, but also more unfair press for free-to-play devs.

Within the core games community there is an assumption that all free-to-play games are as dodgy as each other. But really, there's no unifying rule on free-to-play games; Real Racing 3 does not define League of Legends and Hawken doesn't define Smurfs Village. (Casual games, iPhone)

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