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Star Wars Battlefront II To Bring Back Microtransactions, Because Irony

EA’s Star Wars Battlefront II has been in the news quite a lot since its release — and it hasn’t been for a good reason. As has been covered extensively by our very own Cam Clark, the game’s “pay to win” mechanics were a problem that plagued the game, and alienated many gamers. So what’s […]
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