The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle team is “upset” by the response to the game’s controversial micro-transaction system, and will make adjustments, the game’s developers shared with Siliconera.
rarely do I hear how Japanese consumers respond to micro transactions.
They shouldn't have done that. If they have offered alternate costumes instead. I'm sure that will be more well received.
Then don't put some BS micro-transaction system in a full retail product! I am glad fans were angry and annoyed!
Wow, that game playtime limit is complete b/s especially for the fact that its not a f2p game. Then they have the nerve to imply that it's part of the gameplay design which benifits the gamer because it makes to the game longer lasting? Paid games should never have a mechanism that forces you to wait before you get to play again. That's just low.
Classic. We are mad at YOU because you got mad at US for doing something you didn't like! Seriously though companies are starting to realize that you cannot keep pushing the boundaries of decency when it comes to these type of games/transactions. We can only be pushed so far and in this industry there are oft not second chances to get your customers back.
stupid, stupid stupids! They need to get rid of these morons in charge of making these idiotic get rich quick schemes from gaming companies I don't even look capcom's way anymore for all this dlc, micro transaction bull. Its almost like some companies want to piss off/ lose fans or go bankrupt.
I hope more gamers wake up, just like this guy...
Well microtransactions are idiotic and just greedy, why the surprise?
LoL @ them being upset at consumers for reacting the way they should. It's a full retail game?!? and they are doing that crap?! Thank god fans raised hell, we don't need this bs spreading anymore, much less to full priced games. Namco has been trash for a minute now, and why is it taking them so long to make Tekken x Street Fighter? Crappy devs.
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