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Chazore said:
Chrkeller said:

Lol, it is just economics.  But it sounds like we will have to agree to disagree.  For me a see a bunch of gamers buying product A while complaining about product A....  that is like me complaining about my weight while eating a large pizza + drinking a case of beer.  

I see folks not buying product A and still taking issue with it, especially when they know it's a bad practice.

it's just extremely weird to me how by your logic, there is no bad practices, there is nothing bad in the industry and that it's all the consumers fault.

You can still workout harder while eating Pizza, you know?. Or try a different diet. There's multiple ways to sort out your weight, but in gaming it's a lot harder, because me not buying into a game riddled with MT's does not fix the problem. It's teaching ppl that helps more than me not buying into one game, and that's what I was trying to get at, but at the same time trying to show to you that this industry, like many others, are two-way streets. 

Like I said we will have to agree to disagree.  I stand by my postion under the basis that consumers grossly underestimate their power and influence on the marketplace.  Gamers are not helpless victims.