was a little different from the usual. Not only was there a bunch of games that
went on sale, and several that are available for pre-registration. But
there was the announcement that Durango Wild Lands will shut down this
This may not be important to most of you, but it shows us how money orientated mobile games are. If they aren’t making money within three months of global launch, then they can be pulled from the sore.
what I disapprove of because some players would have spent some money on the
game, and now that money is wasted. It doesn’t seem fair that developers can
charge outrageous prices for content or cosmetics and then pull the game when
it doesn’t make enough money.
am overreacting, but if you buy something, then it should be yours forever. All
these season passes and in-app-purchases are taking the user further and
further away from owning anything. Instead, we get to pay for an experience
that can be taken away from us at a moment’s notice.
Anyway, I am sure you’ve heard enough old fashioned views from me. If you disagree with anything I have said then let me know in the comments below. Now, let’s get to the games!
the sales I wrote about this week have already expired. But fear not, there are
plenty of games I did not mention that are still on sale right now. Check out
the official list of games on sale on the Google Play Store.
Pre-Registrations and Upcoming Games
I like to keep a firm eye on what new games are now available for pre-registration. If you are a League of Legends fan, then this week was particularly good for you. Riot Games released three new titles to pre-register for, each of which is explained in this article.
would rather head to the Play Store and have a look for yourself, then click
the links below.
a small list of all the news stories we covered this week. If you missed any of
the Durango content, then you can catch up here.