Top 5 games with the most shameless microtransactions
The days of paying for a game and getting the complete product are pretty much gone.
First we started paying extra for DLC and now microtransactions are becoming more and more frequent. They may not be inherently evil, but the games below are probably going too far.
Angry Birds Go
Angry Birds was a major stepping stone in establishing smartphones and tablets as gaming devices. Now we see Angry Birds merchandise everywhere and Rovio is able to make millions selling virtual cars in Angry Birds Go for $100+. This is said to be a tactic to get players to buy cheaper cars because they don’t feel like they’re spending as much when there are more expensive microtransactions around.