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Freemium isn't Free!

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  • Freemium isn't Free!

    I'm sure someone has already posted a thread about this South Park episode back when it was first aired but this hits the nail on the head.

    If you haven't watched the episode it basically explains how companies like Kabam makes millions off of people who have an addictive personality. I myself am one of them and for a couple of months was stupid enough to fall for Kabams CONSTANT promo's.

    You go around trying to gain more powerful cards to get stronger and stronger but after much time and effort are still left with a mediocre deck that gets owned by all in arena. In the attempt to improve the game for yourself you buy gems in the hope you 'will' receive a decent card. Like they explain in South Park they make these games just enjoyable enough to keep you playing so that they can release a so called 'GREAT' promo that they know people WILL spend real money on.

    Thankfully I came out of the other end and realised I was taken for a ride and stopped buying gems ever again. I have since stopped playing all together as on paper this game a long with all of their other titles are a complete joke.

    They make mediocre games that appeal to a mass market. Get as many people to start playing as they can, ram promo after promo down our necks making sure they take every penny they can from the few people that actually spend real money. They add a few updates here and there to make it seem appealing again then create MORE promo's again to get more of your money. Gradually their lackluster programmers create more and more bugs in the game and eventually they realise they must wipe the slate clean and start again.

    As you can see they have done this by bringing out the LOTR game and the THG game. Both of which are pretty much exact copies of this. All three are now ramming promo's down our necks in the bid to get even MORE money from us.

    To all that read this: Please STOP spending real money as you are falling for their trap and are playing a game that in all fairness is SH*T!

    Conclusion: You are having so called 'fun' playing a game that is essentially pressing skip COUNTLESS times in order to beat someone that doesn't even know you have challenged them. Most of the time their deck isn't even meant to be in 'said' arena as they have boss cards in a camelot arena. You are putting time and effort into a game that ONLY rewards the paying and even then the sense of achievement is short lived until the next promo that comes out an hour or two from now. I SAY F*CK KABAM AND F*CK THE SYSTEM!

  • #2
    People read this!


    • #3
      I admit some people spend way too much $$$ on games like this, but I can say I have spent about $60 total and I am totally fine with it. I have put 100's of hours into the game, so I feel I got my money's worth. I also will feel ok if I spend more in the future because if the game keeps my attention I see no harm in supporting the developers.


      • #4
        I don't see how you can still be enjoying it after 100's of hours when it is just a game of skipping.

        The amount of bugs and issues with this game has been laughable, every week they put a new employee in the forum that would 'help'. Soon after they wouldn't be seen again.

        The developers of this game have one task and one task only....milk you of your money, doing as little development and improvements as possible.

        Pressing skip 1000 times a day to get a bog standard reward is the biggest waste of a persons life I have ever come across. You wake up the next day and have to do it all over again...OR you could spend LOADS of money and maybe just maybe get the same reward.

        This game has 2 options: Play 24/7 to get somewhere for free OR spend LOADS to get lucky.

        It is clear I HATE Kabam and everything they stand for. I just hope this makes some people realise and quit the game!