5 Video Games with Crazy Microtransactions

1. Need for Speed: No Limits

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If one thing is clear, is that the Need for Speed series of video games is one of the best-selling of all time, with more than 100 million copies sold to date. These games not only let you drive vehicles like the iconic Porsche 911, but the cars also handle in a realistic way, even if the Need for Speed series has always been more about delivering pure arcade fun.

And there have been several instalments of Need for Speed available for mobile devices, allowing gamers to enjoy the game’s racing action on the go, such as Need for Speed: No Limits. But this game was criticized for having one of the most bizarre microtransactions you can imagine: it allowed players to pay for fuel (or endure a long way instead). Now filling up your car’s tank is obviously not the most entertaining car-related thing in the world, it’s actually one of life’s chores. And this is certainly the kind of thing one does not want to do when playing a mobile game, not when you could be enjoying some cool racing action instead…

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