The folks at Kabam knew they had been capable of making money with their own games, but they may not know how other games work there. Months ago, Kabam announced a new browser-based city building game Thirst of Night, which unfortunately turns out to be faithfully true of Kingdom of Camelot in the mechanics and gameplay.
Tragically, the game is humiliating the Vampire theme with its static gameplay employed in Kingdom of Camelot. Wait, if you have ever playing its game Dragons of Atlantis, you might also come to the terms with what I just concluded. Yes, Dragons of Atlantis, Godfather Five Families, EdgeWorld – all of them contribute waste on their trash.
I was told by a friend of mine with knowledge of Kabam and its gaming trick: Kabam has opened an office in Beijing and its main goal is to learn the Chinese Free to play Gaming Mode with which they can easily make money, and also easily cause problems to players. Because their games will end up with the same purpose: Making Money.
Last week, Kabam also announced a mobile version of Kingdom of Camelot, a measure targeting mobile users, beside users from google plus, and Facebook. Apparently, Kabam has penetrated into every corner of the gaming playground. This bold move could let Kabam team become even more wealthier. But the lack of creativeness and ingenuity that the game symbolizes is ruining the gaming industry.
What a magical step forward if Kabam could make a PS or Xbox 360 with what Kingdom of Camelot has done! Players build their city, go to war. How cool could it be?
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