lol at the number of people who came in and said, "i don't care about halo at all, so the 2k!"
I don't think this topic was made for you.
Myself, I'd play Halo. 2k is a lot of money, and I could use it being a college student and all, but I'm doing fine and I don't feel like there's anything I really need that I could use that 2k for. Forever missing out on a game from my favorite multiplayer series as well as having a gaping hole in my Halo campaign experience? No thanks. Halo 4 is worth 2k to me.
If it were like 10k, I'd have to think about it. --- Halo 1 LAN vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhjWnJU2EKY Number of times Killean_Nuggets has invalidated someone's post based solely on their Halo skill: 7
I went to college so I could have the luxury of spending disposable income on this sort of thing. So Hell no. As you get older you'll see 2 grand is nothing. The average person is going to earn 5 million over the course of their life, assuming you make at least 80 grand a year, the point of money is that you trade it for goods such as halo, why would you reverse that?
This is the problem with this board. This guy is either in his early years of college or still in high school. As you get older you'll see how valuable $2,000 really is. Especially with the holidays coming up. I'm paying my bills month to month fine right now but if I got an easy $2000 to help me alleviate some of my monthly bills, my CCs most importantly, then I'm all for it. I plan on getting Halo but I'd sacrifice that or any other game for that matter for an easier month financially.
This is a gaming website so you're going to get people on here from 10-50+ in terms of age. What does $2000 really mean to a 14 year old compared to someone older. I'm only 27 with no children or mortgage but I do have rent, student loans, insurances, credit cards, commuting expenses to work and so on. $2000 gives me relief for a little bit which is huge and anybody who is around my age and lives in the real world knows exactly what I mean.
What does that even mean? "As you get older you'll see that 2 grand is nothing"?
What are you even talking about? 2 grand will get you through at least 2 months living expense and that is precious. You have this UNBELIEVEABLE assumption that your supply of money is never ending, just because you make 80 grand now doesn't mean CRAP, hell you pay like 25% in taxes, then you pay your mortgage and you pay your everything. It ALL adds up, and if you're THAT dense that you're willing to throw away 2 thousand dollars and brag about how "it's nothing", you seriously need a giant wake up call.
What you're saying might make more sense if the question was would you buy Halo 4 for $2,000, but that's an entirely different scenario. This is just passing up an extra $2,000 to be able to play Halo 4. And I absolutely agree with what the other guy meant. If you're financially stable and don't really need that money, why pass up on a great game for a *relatively* small amount? Not that $2,000 is anything to sneeze at, but it's not enough to change your life situation, either. --- Halo 1 LAN vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhjWnJU2EKY Number of times Killean_Nuggets has invalidated someone's post based solely on their Halo skill: 7
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