The Co-op Podcast 223: Have Microtransactions Ruined Video Games?

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This week we’re joined by The Koalition logo designer Rameez Quadri. This week we discuss the abundance of microtransactions in video games and how they are hurting the gaming experience.

Also discussed
Cuphead sold over one million copies across PC and Xbox One in just two weeks
– Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Andrew House steps down
– Phil Spenser says he doesn’t like exclusive DLC deals, even though Xbox does it
– Humble Bundle gets acquired by IGN
Dragon Age director Mike Laidlaw leaves Bioware
– Ex Naughty Dog worker comes out with claims that he was sexually abused and then bribed to stay silent

Assassin’s Creed Origins Winner: Yanik Trudeau

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