Loot Boxes – Microtransactions 2.0

Is it me or are loot boxes starting to take over the gaming industry?

Since the last time that we the microtransactions conversation the industry seems to want to transition into a pay to win or pay to play. These concepts have been alarming me over the years and as I stated in the first video we need to help stop companies from doing this. It’s completely anti-consumer and only hurts everyone at the end. Maybe we can find a balance but these systems are not the way to go.

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