This picture is assuming that Valve even makes games anymore, besides that card game nobody wants what else have they made recently?
@NotJesus, honestly they should have used blizzard as an example. Micro transactions are a thing but they do it in a moral way. I use Heroes Of The Storm as my example.
@NotJesus, best example would be CD Projekt RED or Naughty Dog
@GunSupporter, is it fair to say that micro transactions should only be cosmetic?
@GunSupporter, I actually really like how Blizzard has approached micro transactions in their games.
@Bad Boi Jesus, no, they shouldn't make the game pay to win. The way ACO did micro transactions was fine too. All the weapons and stuff you can buy are all really easily obtainable in game through pretty minimal effort. And the extra maps and ability points are just quality of life stuff that are in no way necessary to enjoy the full game.
@Bad Boi Jesus, in an ideal world? Yes. Basically just like giving a tip to the programmers.
@NotJesus, money, that's what they make
*he doesn't make games
@onetoendall, he doesn't make a 3 of any game franchise they own.
No, they just create new forms of gambling instead
ITS BACK! I love these!
Cough tf2 cough
There’s so much potential to make so much money and make the community so happy with so many 2nd and 3rd iterations of their games 😞 imagine a third portal game that was a prequel and you’d be a tester for aperture science with cave Johnson still around and the company still existing with lots of other testers and something happened mid game that caused everything to start literally falling apart and Glados had to be created to save the place and some of the subjects. Damn that’d be cool, I’m pretty sure there was a fan based game somewhat like that but it’d be super cool to have a cannon game for it
I mean, are the activision games really pay to win? And neither of those are even close to as bad as some phone games ive seen.
Hot Wheels Beat That and Baja 1000 weren't pay to win
For those who don't know Activision made patents for a game mechanic that would put new players against players who have baught better weapons to encourage the purchase of microtransactions.
Supercell should be with EA and Activision