10 Video Games With The Most Shameless Microtransactions
You either die a hero or live long enough to become the villain. 2K Sports dethroned Elecetronic Arts as the NBA’s favorite developer, but ended up resorting to the same shady business pracrices. The microtransactions and always-on DRM in NBA 2K14 landed them in plenty of hot water with gamers who had just come off a summer of dealing with Microsoft trying to force-feed them an entire console centered around DRM. What made NBA 2K14 so bad was the fact that you couldn’t even do basic things like trade players or make management decisions without buying into the game’s microtransactions for certain modes.