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i guess u guys dont realize how much money games really make threw micro transactions. the amount of impulse buyers, people that are obssive wit having the best things are enough to fuel the FTP games. I personally love games like this. normally games that have micro transactions dont require u to have pay items for you to be good.
i think the story sux
i dont think any game should be "free to play" unless the company can afford it. what they should do, is make the download free, but pay a small monthly subscription. somewhere around 10 bucks a month sounds nice. i can live with that
Looks like someone was disappointed with Huxley and made their own game, awesome. I see influences of Borderlands, Elder Scrolls and Unreal Tournament 3.
the xbox controller is the ugliest thing ever... yes im trolling.
Ok everyone, can someone give me an ACCURATE explanation just how 'play for free' games like this (i.e. games with GREAT graphics) make enough money to survive? It cannot be ALL micro-transactions (if I understand the term right), can it?
game looks good but lacks an lot of areas
Free? It'll be microtransactions. The game better be very good because more and more people are starting to hate microtransactions and are going back to the retail box.
i like the borderlands graphics
looks fun to me! hopefully my laptop can handle it
yeah unfortunately thats the catch......free to play = microtransactions.Seems like a good game, has a lot of good points, still ways off though.Hopefull its not another tabula rasa
Whenever someone says "absolutely free," I automatically think, micro transactions.
anyone else having trouble viewing the videos in ie8 over the last couple of days? all i get is the 'loading content' grey screen.
So wait... if Crystite caused the Melding, why would we want to keep using it?/confused
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