This I find fascinating, because when people pay for a game, it really is their own choice. Nobody is forcing them to do so. - At least, I hope not or it would be a really bad situation! - So how can people overpay? It only means that they have no control on their own actions.
Reading it back the next day, I agree with that. It was a bit too much.
es, luckily there are many. These people just seem to more quiet than people who like to complain. But that’s also the same everywhere.
I never meant it as an complaint.
I wanted to speak out and share my amazement about players spending hundreds of Euro on virtual goods. Amounts of cash that I cannot even imagine to spend in a year.
I shared this feeling and questions because I really want to understand them. Why do they spend this much and what are their expectations?
No, because it is not a disagreement. My first post was sincerely meant as a sharing of wondering. And as said earlier: I should not have written that conclusion, it was overdone. I tried to answer my own question and missed.
Is that a fact? Or is it an assumption?
I think that is really a poor observation.
If you were right, I would not have spend 2 months of reading first, before starting this topic.
No need for a swap, thanks!
After 3 months I have 2 fully ascended 4* the 3rd half way and 24 3* of which 20 are fully ascended.
I am satisfied with them so far.
Really? That is very funny. It sounds like people are enjoying bad luck.
I wonder if they ever go to a casino. Or buy tickets in a lottery. And then if they didn’t win the first prize after 100 tries, if they go and talk to the manager, or other players, start complaining and demanding a win. “Because they overpaid for bad luck.” - I just guess that the manager would laugh out loud and tell them that if they don’t like it, they can just leave the place and get their entertainment somewhere else.
So, the question from the first post, reformulated:
How does paying (too) much for a game and complaining about the (poor) results make someone happy and entertained?