Love It Or Hate It: Rift
Some free-to-play games are more polarizing than others, with some sides taking the stance of "great, totally non-exploitative implementation" and others thinking "total pay-to-win trash." We'd like to see on what side of the spectrum the gaming public -- and by that, we mean you guys -- think of certain F2P games, and so we've invented something new called Love It Or Hate It?
Every week, we'll present a new F2P game and give you the option of passing judgment on it. Then we'll look back at it the next week and see what people thought. There are no prizes, except for the satisfaction of knowing you clicked on a button and made something happen. Really, what else do you need?
Last time around, I figured Warframe would be a shoo-in for a popular game, but maybe were surprised at how shoo-ey it was, as 70.5% of people voted to Love It. Space ninjas should be in every game.
When looking through games to choose for this week, I was a little surprised to see that I hadn't put Rift up for a vote yet. For all the trials and tribulations that Trion's gone through the past year or so, it still seems pretty popular, and it's even getting a new calling soon, so people still love it... right?
Tell us what you think of Rift, and leave a comment below to expound upon your views!
About the Author
Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.
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