If you think $300 is expensive...

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User Info: dart246

dart246
4 years ago#1
Then you shouldn't be gaming in the first place.

Gaming is a luxury, not a right. If you think it is too much, then you probably have a job and not a career, something that happens to the uneducated.

Grow up, get an education or trade skills, then play games. It is so tiresome to hear about how expensive games and systems are.
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User Info: vidalmoraza

vidalmoraza
4 years ago#2
I feel the same about the current: "Im gonna sell my Vita for a 3DS"

I mean, wtf, just buy both, same with home consoles....
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User Info: ReyMilansteryo

ReyMilansteryo
4 years ago#3
1200 florins for deluxe here in.aruba while a average wage per person is 1600 afl per.month.

And u dont hear me complaining like a whinebaby
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User Info: Great_Pudding_3

Great_Pudding_3
4 years ago#4
Being able to afford $300 in games does not also make something cheap.

For many celebrities, spending hundreds of thousands on a new Ferrari is nothing.

A good education does not always equate to high pay either. It apparently doesn't seem to equate with maturity, as well.
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User Info: DemonDog666

DemonDog666
4 years ago#5
dart246 posted...
Then you shouldn't be gaming in the first place.

Gaming is a luxury, not a right. If you think it is too much, then you probably have a job and not a career, something that happens to the uneducated.

Grow up, get an education or trade skills, then play games. It is so tiresome to hear about how expensive games and systems are.


It's not expensive it's just a rip off for the wiiU.

like 50 a year isn't expensive but it's a rip off for online on 360.

User Info: 3D_Shado

3D_Shado
4 years ago#6
Hear that guys? Poor people aren't allowed to have nice things!

> implying Pii U is nice

User Info: ish0turfac3

ish0turfac3
4 years ago#7
"Job and not a career" "happens to the uneducated"

Way to be a complete dooshbag.
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User Info: vidalmoraza

vidalmoraza
4 years ago#8
ReyMilansteryo posted...
1200 florins for deluxe here in.aruba while a average wage per person is 1600 afl per.month.

And u dont hear me complaining like a whinebaby


Here in Mexico the deluxe is around $500, and got mine launch day with 2 games (games are around $80)

Third world problems!!!
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User Info: dart246

dart246
4 years ago#9
Great_Pudding_3 posted...
Being able to afford $300 in games does not also make something cheap.

For many celebrities, spending hundreds of thousands on a new Ferrari is nothing.

A good education does not always equate to high pay either. It apparently doesn't seem to equate with maturity, as well.


In the grand scheme of things, $300 is cheap when compared to insurance, car payment, a mortgage, child care, utilities, etc...

And yes, while a good education doesn't always equate to good pay (maybe next time get a degree in something useful?) it does equate to higher pay and stable pay.
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User Info: OtakuGamera

OtakuGamera
4 years ago#10
being able to afford it doesnt mean having to buy it, if its not value for your money then it's not value for your money. do you buy a 1000$ gold plater monster HDMI cable just because you can?
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