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OP 12/15/13 6:53:10 AM#1
$500 each or $5000 for the set. Now if that game is not pay-to-win..... People who play mechwarrior are either certifiable or are floating in money.
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12/15/13 7:10:16 AM#2
Explain to me how they are pay-to-win? We do not know what the module they come with does. If it is something insane, yes, they are pay-to-win without a doubt.
I'm not going to say the prices are insane, but they are a "I got more money than brains" type purchase and I want to be the first mech to die as soon as someone spots me purchase. My only issue is they say they are limited, yet don't but a number quantity on them, meaning they don't have a quantity IMO.
I'm a Legendary Founder and Overlord, but even I am shaking my head at the cost of the Clan package, at least the same price point would of been an equal. ($20 a mech versus $30) If it was I probably wouldn't of batted an eye and snatched it the other day, instead I'm at a loss of what direction this game is headed in with the lack of promised features still not present while at the same time around the holidays releasing a new package before the whole Phoenix Project was released (Tuesday for Griffins and Wolverines) and then to not have the package available until Mid June....
There is a difference between crowd funding and long delays (For some reason many on the MWO forums bring up price points of Star Citizen to reiterate pricing), pre-orders of expansions (usually down a few months before hand) and this outright holiday cash grab which is overpriced as hell for a free-to-play game which I was initially fine with costing roughly $10-15.00 a month with the "packages" released each year. Now they doubled that.