posted on Jul, 30 2013 @ 11:30 AM
Originally posted by winofiend
Originally posted by pstrron
I wonder if this gamer has learned what a waste of time, money and effort it was to do this. Tough way to learn the lesson if they learn it at all.
Sadly, some people plan their whole lives around a game or TV program.
Read the title again.
He put $9000 of real world cash into it.
He has absolutely NO concept of the worth of money. He has too much of it. He has it to turn into pixels that get turned off each night. He has
Crikey, I try to MAKE money by doing fruitless things with my computer.. but I'm building a boat while I'm drowning in that endeavour, so it's
pointless. You need to have money to make money, or in this case.. piss it away on a flippin' game!!!
I hate him. And the guy wit the $350,000 thing. Buy me a car that doesn't over heat and a house with a roof that don't leak.. I'll do things on a
webcam for you that would make your pretend spaceship look really boring
I know im kinda necroing this thread, but there is like a 99% chance or more that he didnt use RL money to buy the ship, you can make that money in
game, his alliance built the ship, and to the specific alliance to which this player belonged 300b in game dollars is pennies. The dollar figure comes
from conversion, bexause yes you can buy ingame money, but only indirectly, you buy a Game time card, and it can be used to extend your prescription
without having to pay rl money, if your good enough, you dont hqve to pay anything to play the game which usually costs 15 a month per account, its a
really ingenious way the game developers made to allow this to happen, and it gives us that nifty conversion.
In short, this guy didnt buy 9000 dollars worth of ingame time to fly the ship, his alliance probably got the blueprint drop or just bought with
ingame made ingame money which is not that hard when talking about PL. Cool your horses, lol