Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 603d ago | review

Loadout Review | Escapist


hanks to the efforts of Zynga, King, and Electronic Arts, one could be forgiven for thinking that free-to-play games are all cynically designed cash grabs, existing only to frustrate players and take their money. It's a shame that the "F2P" model has suffered such a wound to its credibility, as there are fine examples of games that aren't heartlessly constructed with contempt for the audience. (Loadout, PC) 4/5

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