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When you have games that actively encourage gambling by the players and preys on children in the process, it is kind of hard to see the PCGamer article as anything other than fake news, were they bought out by CNN or something?Raquis said:its not fake news you retard,did you learn a new word yesterday fake news,lol.Orinori said:Yep, have already pointed out that the article is fake news. No way Star Citizen should be in that list. They do actually have micro transactions in SC, but it is not this land stuff. Stupid fake news hit piece!Quizzical said:The thread title is wrong. There is nothing "micro" about many of those transactions. "Buy this for $100" is not a "micro" transaction.
I suspect that Bungie is about to learn EA's lesson the hard way, but they earned it.d_20 said:It's brilliant, isn't it?Albatroes said:Lol game barely out for a month and half on pc, gets level cap increase so people who buy the base game can't even access the content before the dlc went live because entry scaled up....so if you want to do the content you were doing before the dlc, gotta cough up 20 more bucks!
And look at all the whiners who feel entitled just because they paid for the base game
The game belongs to Bungie -- and those consumer-plebes only paid for the "right" to access the "content" of said game at Bungie's discretion. Those people own nothing and they'd better expect to keep on paying at whatever rate Bungie determines if they want to keep playing pew pew in the shiny world of pixels Bungie made for them.
The Invisible Hand of the Market will sort it all out. The Market is always right.