New Industry Principles have been announced to protect players
It also wants to create a European Video Game Strategy
Activision Blizzard knows how to do aggressive monetization
But enforcement still seems to be the issue that makes regulation efforts fruitless
So far this only equates to Belgium and the Netherlands
Long odds at winning an Ampere or RDNA2
Is it real reform or just another unenforceable gesture?
The company has been accused of running an "unlicensed, Illegal gaming system"
Much better than previous labeling, which included titles with any type of in-game purchasing
"We want players to know what something costs before they buy it"
Lawyer claims EA baits players by increasing odds when they to spend more resulting in gambling addiction
No randomized items here
The new pricing structure may need revamping
The publisher's response to loot box mechanics in Star Wars: Battlefront 2 amassed 683,000 downvotes
They're getting the boot later this year
Publishers like Bethesda, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft are in
EA compares loot boxes to Kinder eggs
The Republican bill now has two Democrats backing it
Removing loot boxes wasn't enough for Nintendo
It's called the 'Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act'
The changes will roll out soon
Loot boxes only dropped rare loot rarely
The FTC's loot box investigation forges ahead