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They'll still build gambling in, but it will be more indirect. Like potions or some one time use thing that increases the RNG factor for success on some attempt to upgrade something.nariusseldon said:Now dev has to find new ways to have the whales spend lots of money. Or may be just go back to sell virtual sword + 10.
For a dead game, I still can't roll a new alt on my server.Scellow said:That game is dead, their combat system doesn't work with PvP, it is boring af
With loot boxes, you don't own your purchase. So I'm not so sure your argument is cut and dry.sayuu said:the point you are failing to grasp or that I am failing to explain properly is that belgium commissioned a study to see if loot boxes are gambling or not and that ( in my informed opinion) by current law that study will find that the aforementioned boxes are not gambling as defined by existing belgian law.MaxBacon said:That's what I meant, is getting reviewed you don't need to change the law but the regulations need to "thick more boxes". Also the end was a joke, not sure if this agressive vibe you just transmitted is intentional or not --'sayuu said:no it is not, the study is to see if loot boxes fall under the online gambling ban prescribed by current law.
it is not a review of the gambling laws themselves.
belgium is not changing law to get rid of loot boxes.
and nice slippery slope fallacy at the end there. . .
the study is not to find the effects of loot boxes on consumers or if it leads to real gambling, and therefore the law needs to be changes to include it. like they did with CS:GO item wagering.
P.S. I am sorry you are so sensitive that facts and reasoned discourse seem aggressive simply because they challenge your worldview. . .