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I saw this and it reminded me of one of my Sat AM shows I watched as a kid. But could not rememner it........Sovrath said:
You people seriously do not believe this is an issue? Are you going to deny gaming addiction exists too? It has been studied and proven to exist, do you really not believe a compulsive spending addiction cannot come along with it? Why do you think micro-transactions are everywhere now? Because these companies saw how much money mobile gaming was making off people addictive to spending on p2w. These companies have always used psychology to find new ways of addicting gamers, now it has turned to how can we get them addicted to micro-transactions. This issue will get much worse before it gets better, stop denying it.
RIIIIIIIGGGGHHHHTTT!!!!!SEANMCAD said:Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Free Market Economic Principles 101. You dont always need regulation
Now the next question is, would you rather play a game in which the developer makes choices based on fear of backlash? or a developer who understands gaming more than monetization?
To me, that level of a monthly income in order to develop an MMOPG leans more to the negative side than positive. I mean, I wouldn't want to use those figures to pitch my product to the Shark Tank team, that's for sure.Tiamat64 said:People who donated see it as a positive cause it means they did a good deed! Join the bandwagon party bus!GeezerGamer said:A development team starting with next to nothing earns an Est $68K/mo in order to develop an MMORPG title and we list this as a positive?