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You keep using 'afford' as if it didn't mean not having the money to buy something. We're talking combing the couch cushions and still being $60 short of affording the game. Not to be confused with people who can afford the game, but can't justify the expense. Regardless, providing them a game only helps COE with funding, and a select few with a sense of good will. It does nothing to aid people who "can't afford the game".JustDrake said:Or maybe they can afford to live just fine but are unable to afford to buy themselves games and have to wait for birthdays etc.Xodic said:There's a difference between not being able to justify the cost, and not being able to afford it. If you want to help people who can't afford the game, then don't buy them the game.
Buy them food, clothes, and hygiene products instead.
Just because someone can' afford a game doesn't mean they are poor...