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Submitted by vortis 998d ago | news

Warning: GamersFirst Practices Anti-Consumerism First

Gaming Blend "You have to be cautious of gaming companies these days. You can never really tell who is for you and who is against you. Recently we've seen a surge of anti-consumerist practices from a number of different gaming publishers, but one place where you probably wouldn't expect it is from a free-to-play publisher." (Aeria Games, GamersFirst, Industry, PC)

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