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Submitted by MichaelZack 494d ago | opinion piece

Slow Death of the Casual Game

Hedge fund manager Seth Fischer joined the growing number of voice encouraging Nintendo to start micro-transactions. The problem is, he wants Nintendo to charge gamers for actions they would normally have in games, like jumping. Moves like this are hurting the industry and punishing gamers. (Culture, Nintendo)

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