Oregon Trail for iPad is an EPIC FAIL
We waited two and half years for this piece of crap? It’s great the game has been scaled to fit the larger screen, too bad it’s not worth playing anymore. At every turn the game hounds you to spend real money to get instant gratification for the challenges presented. Literally every minute the game wants to try and connect to the app store for an in-app purchase.
These new updates ruin so much of the game that it’s just not worth playing anymore. But the part that sends me through the roof is that the game, which I paid for, has ads in it. Admittedly they are for other Gameloft games, but I don’t care. Get those ads the hell out of my game! I paid for this app I don’t ever want to see ads in it. This just proves that Gameloft is perfectly content to sit back and scheme new ways to rip off customers. I was very excited to see a new version of Let’s Golf, but what delivered Gameloft delivered in Let’s Golf 3 is embarrassing. It’s a half-assed game designed to rob you of money.
I played the iPad version of Oregon Trail for about 10 minutes and then couldn’t take anymore. I’ve already given the game a 1-star review and will continue to do so for every version until they put the game back the way it was. Stop trying to rob me blind and just make a decent game worth playing.
This is the last Gameloft title I’m going to buy. I have at least 12 including the new Black Pegaus and 9MM, but I won’t buy anymore. Gameloft, I turn my back on you.
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