Here’s episode three of Britain’s soon-to-be favourite gaming podcast The Gamebrit Podcast!
This week we discuss the tearfulness of Freebird Games’ 2011 indie game ‘To The Moon’, complain about in-app purchases and even get a surprise voicemail from a retired professional boxer (honest).
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The UK Advertising Standard Authority (ASA) has upheld complaints that Dungeon Keeper, EA’s free-to-play mobile title, cannot be advertised as ‘free’ due to the requirement of insistent in-game micro-transactions.
Players perceived the games monetisation tactics to be too aggressive, with fingers pointing towards the inability to make reasonable progress without making in-app purchases.