The Many Ways You Can Pay To Be “Good” At A Game

Kotaku: "How badly do you want to win? Enough that you'd pay to strap on a gaming headset that shocks your brain? Maybe that sounds insane, but then again, many of the things people do to gain an edge in multiplayer games are ridiculous."

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pixelsword1962d ago (Edited 1962d ago )

Constant nickel-and-diming in games have become common, that's why two out of the three consoles now charge for online, so it's no surprise that it's predecessor's supporters are doing ridiculous things by now.

I can't wait until they charge for handheld online and what bull-carp excuse they give for it.

pixelsword1962d ago (Edited 1962d ago )

What, I got charged for that post?!