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Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo are taking a hard stance on controversial video game loot boxes.

Aug 09 2019

Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo are taking a hard stance on controversial video game loot boxes. As a refresher, loot boxes ask players to purchase a randomized selection of virtual items without knowing what they are getting—and have come under scrutiny for being a kid-friendly form of gambling. Now, the three biggest names in the gaming world will block any game with the feature from getting on their platforms, while game publishers like Electronic Arts and Ubisoft plan to publish the odds of any boxes in their games. (TNW)