Microtransactions are generally bad. It is very rare to see them well implemented in games. Worse, these supplemental purchases can completely mess up the balance, make a product pay-to-win, and even rip people off. Sometimes, they can even kill games! Here are seven of the most frustrating examples of recent microtransactions. Use them as a warning to keep in mind when you should be skeptical of some developers and publishers’ intentions.
7 Games Almost Killed by Microtransactions