Ships Ahoy - All Points Bulletin

EA and Realtime Worlds announce the launch of All Points Bulletin, saying the open-world online action game also known as APB is now available in North America, and is set to go on sale in Europe on July 1 and in the UK on July 2. Purchases include 50 hours of game time, and they offer subscription fees based on hourly usage or for unlimited play for a block of time. Here's a bit on the game itself: "APB, recently nominated for Best PC Game by 1Up.com at E3 2010, takes the universal theme of Criminals and Enforcers and brings it to a persistent, open-world, online multiplayer setting in the modern, crime-ridden fictional city of San Paro. Some players achieve notoriety by feeding on the city, its people and its businesses…the Criminals. Some live by a higher code and instead feed on the criminals and their organizations…the Enforcers."
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that's a bummer; I thought this was going to be like a cops and robbers mmo.

I did go the official site and was unable to find a lot of info regarding features, playstyle etc.

It does look as though they are planning on microtransactioning people to death though. RTW points that cost real money?

Sorry no sale; not enough here for my hard earned $$$$ and not about to pay more than the price of admission for a complete gaming experience.
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