- Jun 12, 2012
At which point does introducing small inconveniences to players, and then selling the remedy for it become too much? If we don't stand up to it right at the start it will just get worse. Like Assassin's Creed nerfing XP and adding a paid XP booster to return the game to a more normal progression. Just because the game can be played without paying doesn't make it OK.i do want to add.. it would be better if the real money stuff was simply not present at all in the game. if they wanna make "car packs" like forza that represent real human time and resources and artistry, that's one thing. but just letting people spend money to shortcut to more credits/cars is definitely greedy "well if they WANT to do it, who are we to stop them?" bullshit. i'm just saying i don't think it's the level of being outrageous or insulting where i'd feel like i had to spend real money to enjoy the game.