Nifty new site warns you which games have microtransactions
Microtransactions, paid DLC, free-to-play-but-pay-to-win: all thorny topics for gamers as they involve having to fork over hard-earned money for dubious gains. Now there’s a community-built site where you can check your games ahead of time to see if they have microtransactions, and if so, how they work. The site, Microtransaction.zone, launched a few days ago. It has a relatively diverse, if limited library of games at the moment — site creator “igrat” said on Reddit all content would be manually verified. Each game entry on Microtransaction Zone comes with a series of icons, which are tagged if a game possesses… This story continues at The Next Web
In addition to launching the beta version of GrabFood, Grab also unveiled its vision in integrating transportation, F&B, delivery, and payments services Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Grab today announced the launch of the beta version of its on-demand food delivery service GrabFood in Singapore. Following its recent merger with ride-hailing giant Uber, the company also […]
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S&P 500 companies have returned a record US$1 trillion to shareholders over the past year, helped by a recent surge in dividends and stock buybacks following sweeping corporate tax cuts introduced by Republicans, a report on Friday showed.