Nintendo: mobile games more affordable with in-app purchases that are less invasive
Nintendo has plans to make more economic the its mobile games, by lowering the cost of microtransactions, and making in-app purchases less overgrown, so that users are not forced to spend too much money. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the home of Kyoto's feared to be greedy in the eyes of the players and would have asked some of its key partners to adapt and revise the systems of micro-transactions in the various mobile games.
An employee of CyberAgent, a japanese company that owns Cygames (software house Dragalia Lost) argues for example that Nintendo have asked the development team to review the system of in-app purchases, by lowering the cost of characters so that users were not obliged to invest too much money.
Nintendo is not interested in obtaining large amounts of revenue from a single game for the smartphone. If we had managed the title [referring to Dragalia Lost] alone, we achieved a lot more.The top of the range 2018 the most complete on the market? Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, on offer today from Clicksmart 479 euro or from Amazon to 542 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING