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How to use Facebook Reactions with Six Emojis Emotions to like Posts
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How to use Facebook Reactions with Six Emojis Emotions to like Posts

Facebook has finally upgraded the Like Button with the addition of six (6) emoji based Reactions. Yes folks, this is big news, as this has been years in developement. The six emoji that make up Facebook Reactions have rolled out across all platforms, be it desktop or mobile all around the world. They add meaning to the mere act of liking a post as follows Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry So how do you activate the new emojis to express your emotions instead of just liking posts? How to use Facebook Reactions – Just Long Press or Hover for Six Emotions To activate Facebook Reactions if you are on your smartphone, long press the “Like” button. If you are on Facebook on your desktop, simply hover over the traditional “like” icon and the option will appear o...
Aion going free to play starting February 2012
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Aion going free to play starting February 2012

Aion is the latest massively multiplayer online role-playing game to ditch the monthly subscription model. NCSoft has announced that come February 2012 Aion will be adopting the free-to-play model. The game has been seeing lower and lower playing hours in the last few months and hopes switch to F2P will improve the amount of persons playing the game and generate revenue through microtransactions. Rise of Microtransactions Fellow Geezam.com writer Ramano was spot on with his article titled Online Gaming: Rise of Microtransactions in which he describes how more and more Tripe A MMO titles are adopting the F2P model in an effort to remain profitable. World of Warcraft is the undisputed king of the MMO genre both in player numbers and profits and it still retains a pay to play model. Inte...
Online Gaming: Rise of Microtransactions
Video Games

Online Gaming: Rise of Microtransactions

So over the past few years the whole microtransaction approach has made some serious head way, in no way is the use of this payment method new to the online gaming community especially "Mass Multiplay Online Role Playing Game" (MMORPG) but in the past it seems it was not as popular as the "Subscription System" (monthly payments) which has been so prodominantly used by top ranking MMORPGs that it is almost feels like it is the traditional payment method for MMORPGs. Interesting enough the "Subscription System" "pay to play" (P2P) is used mostly by the top MMORPGs on the market (the ones you would have to pay for the title and then pay for the subscription) while the "Microtransaction System" is usually used by the "free to play" (F2P) MMORPGs.  So one would expect that, the P2P title...