Quantcast

Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Child's play withdrawal from fund raising event

2»

Comments

  • Zorvan01Zorvan01 Member CommonPosts: 390
    Originally posted by reimaru

    Originally posted by darkraptor

    Originally posted by Myrean

    Originally posted by Zorvan01 No, that's why it's pathetically disguised gambling.

    Of course, you have to risk.... that's the gamble, if you don't risk you don't have a chance to get any items specially the druid item :) and you have a choice whether to take a risk on this box or not.

     

    Yes, but the gamble ndoors have is understandably misleading. People make their own decision to buy or not, but having it attached to anything of chance is a risky decision politically and otherwise.

    The blizz/EQ/etc options were a straight up cost, you knew what you get, etc.

     

    almost all cheaply made and run f2p games are doing this gambling type of gimmicks nowadays, not just ndoors

    and for the case of blizzard, lotro, EQ; they are all p2p games and they can add premium items that are cheap without the gambling gimmick as they can still gain a steady income from their monthly subscribers, unlike f2p games they have to rely on the premium item market, so to keep players from spending, they have to think of ways to ensure players will keep on playing..and that's how the f2p system works

    Fixed. Perfect World, Runes of Magic, Free Realms, Earth Eternal, and many others don't use this cheap gimmick.

     

    image
    image]image

  • MyreanMyrean Member Posts: 186
    Originally posted by Zorvan01

    Originally posted by reimaru

    Originally posted by darkraptor

    Originally posted by Myrean

    Originally posted by Zorvan01 No, that's why it's pathetically disguised gambling.

    Of course, you have to risk.... that's the gamble, if you don't risk you don't have a chance to get any items specially the druid item :) and you have a choice whether to take a risk on this box or not.

     

    Yes, but the gamble ndoors have is understandably misleading. People make their own decision to buy or not, but having it attached to anything of chance is a risky decision politically and otherwise.

    The blizz/EQ/etc options were a straight up cost, you knew what you get, etc.

     

    almost all cheaply made and run f2p games are doing this gambling type of gimmicks nowadays, not just ndoors

    and for the case of blizzard, lotro, EQ; they are all p2p games and they can add premium items that are cheap without the gambling gimmick as they can still gain a steady income from their monthly subscribers, unlike f2p games they have to rely on the premium item market, so to keep players from spending, they have to think of ways to ensure players will keep on playing..and that's how the f2p system works

    Fixed. Perfect World, Runes of Magic, Free Realms, Earth Eternal, and many others don't use this cheap gimmick.

     

    Yeah ,, t ha t means they have all different strategies.. and it's  given already .. we don't need to argue about this right there are all different games.. >.<

  • kanechartkanechart Member UncommonPosts: 707

    We decided to give 5% of gross revenue generated from this box to this charity in the hopes that it would bring a little more joy in the hearts of the charity’s cause.

    lmao

    We decided to give 5% of gross revenue generated from this box to this charity in the hopes that it would bring a little more joy in the hearts of the charity’s cause.

    lmao

    We decided to give 5% of gross revenue generated from this box to this charity in the hopes that it would bring a little more joy in the hearts of the charity’s cause.

    lmao

    We decided to give 5% of gross revenue generated from this box to this charity in the hopes that it would bring a little more joy in the hearts of the charity’s cause.

    lmao

     

     

    For people without a brain this is a scam and a market tatic. omfg I really should buy this to help poor kids. But there only donating 5% of it.. Why? because if they said NOTHING about helping out they would have sold less now more people tend to buy them because there doing it for a cause.

     

    So if they sold 10 now they sold say 100..

    SCAM SHAME DIE NASTY 

    SNIP

Sign In or Register to comment.