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Well...not really sweetie. The corporate shills are simply too loud.

https://strawpoll.com/8f4x7wyy
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>>393216632
i wonder who these corporate kikes work for

they've been here since gamergate and they shill vehemently against anything that /v/ is for
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>>393216632
Because /v/ is filled with paid shills.
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>corporate shills
>voting against corporations having the freedom to put lootboxes in whatever games they want
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>>393216632
I'm down with lootboxes and micro transactions, let's me know that a game will be terrible before its even out. I don't follow news much so I'm glad Destiny 2 and Shadow of War had so much public outcry, saved me a ton of money.
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fucking cringe my dude
take your gay shit back to breddit lol
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>>393217743
But I'm not against that.
I just want the product or service to come with detailed information and be accessible only to adults.
Let's say a particular item you want has a 0.25% chance of being in a box, and each box (or key) costs $3, I want the game to tell you that, on average, you will need to spend $400 dollars to get it (although, being subjected to luck, it is not granted). I also want it only sold by establishments and companies that abide by gambling regulations.
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What if I hate lootboxes but hate government regulations too?
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>>393219527
Choose the lesser evil
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>online poll
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>>393220158
>online DRM
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I'm fine with lootboxes in video games, I just haven't posted about it because I don't care enough.
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>>393220326
>online
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>>393216632
>https://strawpoll.com/8f4x7wyy

Kind of astounding to see that 25% of /v/ is paid shills for EA/WB. I thought it would be at most 10%.
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>>393220069
So i choose loot boxes
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>>393216632
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>>393217645
>>393217743
>>393223329
>if someone has a different opinion then they are a shill

Inb4 10 replies calling me a shill
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>>393221223
>I'm fine with lootboxes in video games

Then you deserve death. You and everyone like you should die.
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>>393223329
It's likely more, but most are smart enough not to take a shitty Strawpoll to show off they are here.
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>>393216632
Sweetieposting is so last summer
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>>393223329
10% paid shills
15% principled lolbergtarians and true believers (aka: sheep)
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>>393223626

Literally no one can defend this shit unless they're paid to do so. This is 100% downside, no upside. It's impossible to even formulate an argument in its favor that doesn't amount to "well it's not technically illegal yet".
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>>393223745
The only argument against is the bowtie-wearing libertarians and ancaps just spouting off platitudes about how any regulation is wholesale bad and start arguing from an idealized POV of a theoretical free state-less society that doesn't exist. And even then, they'll never actually give any particular reason why ending lootcrates would be bad
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>>393223690
Can we use darling? I like darling.




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