I hate it when video games have content locked behind progress. When I was a little kid, in some of the games I played, you had to progress through a portion of the game to unlock extra content. I would rather have all of the content available to me at the beginning of the game, as needing to fulfill conditions to unlock something feels like unnecessary work. This gaming trend has continued well into my adult years. I know old habits die hard, but this is ridiculous. I escaped this in one game by using a Subway Surfers hack.
Like other games that came before it, Subway Surfers had locked content that would later become available when you do certain things. I really don’t have as much time as I used to when I was a kid to play video games. Whenever I do get to play video games, I play it in short bursts, like when I’m riding the train. Continue reading