Say what you like about the Assassin’s Creed franchise: it’s certainly not afraid to re-invent itself time after time. Technically this is what makes Assassin’s Creed so unique, and how it’s managed to capture so much attention with every new instalment. With every new game the player has the chance to explore a new historical playground. Yet despite us stopping at more historical time periods … Continue reading Can anyone justify microtransactions in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey?
In 2006, Bethesda very briefly became the laughing stock of the video game world. In a move that very few games had done before, they offered a purely cosmetic item in exchange for real world money. As in, the item was included in the game that you paid for, but was only available if you paid an additional five bucks on top of your purchase … Continue reading Microtransactions: An Analysis of the “Unfortunate Reality of Modern Gaming”