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Submitted by MetalArcade 632d ago | opinion piece

Marvel Heroes: Cash Shop Woes

Metal Arcade: Nate Gray writes:

If fan-favorite characters continue to be gated behind exorbitant prices, Marvel Heroes will end up in that ever-growing pile of uninstalled F2P games.

Being a gamer from within the game industry provides an interesting, if not often unfortunate, dichotomy. On one hand, I understand the money that goes into creating large-scale games, and I know just how little the average worker bee makes in the world of game development. On the other, as a consumer, I want to squeeze as much value out of my own money as I possibly can. To that end, I’ve had to do a lot of soul searching with Marvel Heroes. (Marvel Heroes, PC)

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