Tactical Marketing and False Advertising?
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Join Date: Jun 2012
02-05-2013, 09:18 AM
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That may be true however it is still incredibly shady and underhanded and really shows that Cryptic in a really bad light. Just because a piece of paper says they can exploit their customers doesn't make it right..
Shady and underhanded assumes that you know that they intended to exploit and deceive. Let's see you prove that legally. All you're doing is placing labels and interpreting intent without any proof of it. You talk about law, but you clearly don't understand how law works.
Also, most games with microtransactions are this way. This isn't just Cryptic. If you have a problem, then you need to address the industry trend as a whole.