Allods Online death penalty, which many players felt enforced a de facto subscription price.
Naturally, designers need to give players some incentives to drop money on the game -- you can't run an MMO for free, and most designers like to live indoors and not get eaten by wolves. But is there a game where you feel the core game would be improved if it didn't need a price tag mechanic? Is there a game among the legions of free-to-play titles that you'd rather see as a subscription title?
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The Daily Grind: What F2P game should offer a sub?
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