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HollyGamer said:

Well of course spending thousand dollars for something that is unreal like flying ships is benefit for human society 

You didn't specify the answer to the question.

What are you doing to benefit mankind on a daily basis with the thousands of dollars you have?.



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Chazore said:
HollyGamer said:

I know , i am mainly play on PC. The keywords is "Is like" 

Doesn't even matter if you're using "like", it's not "like" a pay "mod". It's a game that's in it's Alpha stage.

If you tossed a mod into Fallout 4, where you have to pay real money, then you'd get away with calling it a mod.

Then it far worse then a mod 



Chazore said:
HollyGamer said:

Well of course spending thousand dollars for something that is unreal like flying ships is benefit for human society 

You didn't specify the answer to the question.

What are you doing to benefit mankind on a daily basis with the thousands of dollars you have?.

at least i buy a real car. That can be use to working and it real physical object. 



Star Citizen Introduces Legatus Pack

for only $27,000 dollars.

 

You can kiss my arse CIG.

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HollyGamer said:
Chazore said:

Kids?.

What should these people be investing in exactly?.

Are you going to tell everyone how to live their life and what they should spend their hard earned money on?.

Well of course spending thousand dollars for something that is unreal like flying ships is benefit for human society 

The video game industry has annual revenues of more than 50 billion dollars... how much of that money benefits human society?



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Conina said:
HollyGamer said:

Well of course spending thousand dollars for something that is unreal like flying ships is benefit for human society 

The video game industry has annual revenues of more than 50 billion dollars... how much of that money benefits human society?

Well not for the consumers, rich company like EA for example create billion of dollars  only for them self 



HollyGamer said:
Chazore said:

You didn't specify the answer to the question.

What are you doing to benefit mankind on a daily basis with the thousands of dollars you have?.

at least i buy a real car. That can be use to working and it real physical object. 

The car can also be used to hurt other people or the driver. Or as getaway car after a crime.

It also pollutes the air, needs a lot of energy (no matter if gas or diesel or electricity) and binds a lot of resources. The virtual ships are much more environment-friendly.



HollyGamer said:

at least i buy a real car. That can be use to working and it real physical object. 

That's for your own private use though.

What are you actually giving to society, in terms of a few hundred thousand dollars?.



Conina said:
HollyGamer said:

at least i buy a real car. That can be use to working and it real physical object. 

The car can also be used to hurt other people or the driver. Or as getaway car after a crime.

It also pollutes the air, needs a lot of energy (no matter if gas or diesel or electricity) and binds a lot of resources. The virtual ships are much more environment-friendly.

The problem is , the developer will buy the car from the money they get, and polluted the environment. While gamer's that spend the money on the virtual object will get nothing but the pollution from the developers. 



Chazore said:
HollyGamer said:

at least i buy a real car. That can be use to working and it real physical object. 

That's for your own private use though.

What are you actually giving to society, in terms of a few hundred thousand dollars?.

Private use or not "it's real object " and not  games that is unreal and don't do much.