Ahh, microtransactions. Every gamer’s favorite feature. I am, of course, being facetious. Microtransactions suck. There’s nothing quite like the experience of being nagged and harassed to spend extra money inside of a game you already paid money for. While the knowledge that a game developer purposely put something inside a game (that you already paid for) and then locked it away so that you’d have to pay for it (again) can be absolutely infuriating, these seven games took it to a whole new level.
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