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Oh, EA: Subscription charges added to Tetris mobile app


8:00 AM on 12.02.2011
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Oh, EA! What have you cheeky scamps gone and done now? It would seem you've added a subscription service to a Tetris app of all things. Now why would you go and do something as positively zany as that?

Electronic Arts has released a new version of Tetris for iOS that comes with an optional "T-Club" membership. The membership costs $29.99 per year and will include additional in-game content and faster leveling up for your profile. In addition to such pedestrian goods, subscribers will also earn discounts on future downloadable content. 

Yes ... DLC ... for f*cking Tetris. And paying EA money gets you a discount on it. I ... just ... what ... WHAT!?

It's too early in the morning for this, EA. Stop screwing with my brain. 

EA releases subscription-supported Tetris [MCV]






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