Another year, another bulk of mobile game to rate in this year’s Top 5 Most Friendliest F2P Gacha Game In 2019. This the third year I’ve done this list and looking back, we had some interesting games. Last year I wrote a blog titled “Top 5 Most Friendliest F2P Gacha Game In 2018”, so it’s only natural that I’d do one for 2019 once again.
With a lot of the gacha games such as Dragon Ball Legends, Dragalia Lost and Bleach Brave Souls doing their special events, it’s quite a tough time for a free to play player such as myself. I want the units being offered but I’m too stubborn to spend a single dime at the banners. Funny enough, I’m not cheap either. I am fully capable to getting the funds needed to “properly” enjoy the game. I just refuse to do it. After a while, what started out as a way to not support a possible gambling addiction, evolved into a pride philosophy for me.
Another year, another bulk of mobile game to rate. Last year I wrote a blog titled “Top 5 Most Friendliest F2P Gacha Game In 2017”, so it’s only natural that I’d do one for 2018. There’s a lot of mobile games this year, especially gacha games, but for me I tend to play only mobiles games that reward you for your time, not your wallet. Now there’s nothing wrong in putting some money in a mobile game, especially if you enjoy the heck outta it and want to show your support towards the devs who made the game, but for me, if I have to spend money to enjoy a mobile then it’s no fun for me.
The internet is at buzz with Nintendo’s newest addition to the Mobile library titled Dragalia Lost. Heck, I wouldn’t even have been aware of this game’s existence at all if it wasn’t for Twitter and YouTube. So I decided to check it out myself and see what the buzz is all about.