Free-to-play is all the rage these days, isn’t it? It seems to be a viable way of making money by offering consumers something to play but leaving them wanting more – but is it a good fit for games; doesn’t it alienate the audience somewhat with people who’d rather pay £30-40 in one go?
We’ll leave that for you to decide when Tekken Revolution releases this Summer – June 11th to be precise – as revealed in GameSpot’s E3 preview (below) at 19:30 into the video, with some footage of the game itself, which seems to be all standard Tekken stuff.
There are very few details as of now – we could hear more on Tuesday morning at 2am during Sony’s conference – but it’ll certainly be interesting to see whether it deviates from the F2P formula of the recently revealed “free” version of Dead or Alive 5.
These games seem to be exclusive to Sony’s console due to Microsoft’s restrictive Xbox Live system seemingly preventing F2P games. Is this a good move? Let us know what you think in the comments.