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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 701d ago | review

Dungeon Hunter 4: Freemium Greed Reaches New Low: Hardcore Droid

I’m not on a crusade against in-app purchases or the “freemium” games driven by them. Plenty of these games manage to be enjoyable, and their paid premium features are well worth the money. If a game is good and it offers paying customers some value, I will always give it a fair shake. But I can’t extend the same forgiveness when developers use intentionally bad game design to punish those that don’t pay, while offering only temporary relief for those that do – and Dungeon Hunters 4 is one of the worst offenders yet. (Android, Dungeon Hunter 4, iPad, iPhone) 1.5/5

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