Yep, kill demand and suddenly it's no longer profitable.skoolbus said:The problem isn't with the botters, it's the idiots who pay real money for items in these games.
unlike many other MMos though, you never have to inter act with the people who farm/bot or the people who buy the junk. Once you leave town, it's only you and who ever's on your team. (which an be henchmen if you want to avoid people) And frankly, there are people who farm D2, too. You just chose to not interact with them. That's all you can do on any popular game.Tarr said:Well, Guild Wars looked interesting to me, at least for a little while, and having played the beta, it seemed like they fixed many things I don't like about MMOs. But now I'm already hearing about the botting/farming being done there as well.
I would liken it more to buying a car, and having to refuel every week/month. Of course, the fuel doesn't cost 30-40% of the car value. I would never pay real money for a game item.Dark Warrior said:What gets me about the whole MMORPG thing is that 1st, you pay 50$ for the game then you have to play 15-20$ a month jsut to play it....Thats just wrong.. It's kinda like buying a Car with no rims....sure looks kool sittin in the driveway, just cant do anything with it.