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They make EA look like a charity.



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deskpro2k3 said:
They make EA look like a charity.

They make EA look innocent 



kabaam , double post 



HollyGamer said:

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

It doesn't matter, like it or not, it's not contributing to society.

 

You're now arguing digital goods, which is something you're never going to win against, because you're be spitting in the face of every other industry out there that deals with digital goods, and yes, you will lose that argument single handedly.



Some of you need to open a dictionary and learn what scam means.



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HollyGamer said:
deskpro2k3 said:
They make EA look like a charity.

They make EA look innocent 

That's a scary thought, particularly a disgusting one to have as well.



CladInShadows said:
Some of you need to open a dictionary and learn what scam means.

You're asking the wrong users on the wrong site.

 

No amount of explanations will ever change their viewpoint, let alone their level of understanding. All you will be met with is smarmy and vitriol responses.

 

 

User warned - Bristow9091

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Chazore said: 

You're now arguing digital goods, which is something you're will win against

Fixed for you.  Also don't compare everything with digital goods, my tweeter account is more productive then 2700  dollars imaginary ships. LMAO 



HollyGamer said:
Conina said:

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 

That's pretty easy seeing we live in a capitalist society , it accrues the same benefits for society as most other industries   be it in terms of employment or the general economy .

The problem with the $27000 is not so much the figure more that it is construed as a cash grab with very little in the way of value  for money when you compare it historically to  other special offers from the gaming industry and this coming  from an already  successfully funded game, so It's not about the people buying it, rather the necessity of having it when you have plenty of tiered plans anyway.

 



Chazore said: 

No amount of explanations will ever change their viewpoint, let alone their level of understanding. All you will be met with is smarmy and vitriol responses.

Or maybe it's time to not defend shady business , like i know for PC elitist like u will defend this games like heaven and hell.