Peter Molyneux Wants To Reinvent Free-To-Play

Peter Molyneux, known by many gamers as the man behind hit games like Fable and Black and White, has revealed that he aims to change the style of free-to-play gaming with his upcoming game, Godus.

In an interview with PocketGamer he said: “What we need is a new term, – And that term is more like ‘invest-to-play’. What really are we doing? We are tempting people to invest some of their money into a game.”

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EA Defends Dungeon Keeper

EA has once again come under fire from gamers and critics regarding the amount of emphasis on spending real cash in their new game, Dungeon Keeper. A reboot of the 1997, this new game has been criticized for being structured around micro transactions.

Many critics have been giving the game bad reviews, especially Metro who gave the game a 0/10 and slammed it for the heavy use of micro transactions. However, EA has defended its game saying that the game itself has great reviews on the app stores. This may be true but they failed to acknowledge the fact that the game asks you to rate it many times. That’s not all either, you are told that 5 star reviews will help EA develop more free content for the game and if you try and give it a lower score than 5 you will get another pop up that asks you to email the company with your feedback.

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