Microtransactions are a part of our gaming life. This doesn’t mean they’re a good thing, rather they’re something we have to deal with. Some games handle them well, like both Battleborn and Overwatch, where these microtransactions deal with purely cosmetic things. But not all developers handle things that well. There are far too many companies that see them as an easy way to ensure a game keeps paying off, even if they aren't good for its players. These ten recent games offer some of the most egregiously bad microtransactions made available over the last few years.
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