and i explained it right back; after months of basically the same content, aside from a few neew cars, clothes, guns, races, deathmatches and rec activites, there has been no reall updates.. the storyline, if there even is one, has remained the same since launch.
Yet, you don't think R* having to stop and fix all of these glitches/mods and hacks plays into how quickly things get released? You complain about not having new stuff, yet it's very likely that a good part of the reason that there hasn't been any "major" updates is due to you and others glitching, hacking and modding.
You lie to talk about The Ballad of Gay Tony being "major DLC," yet you fail to mention that it took a year and a half after GTA IV was released for that to be released. GTA V is 9 months old... Online is 8 months old. Less than half of the time that it took for BOGT to be released.
players are bored because of this, not because they glitched all their money and bought everything. i mean think about it, missions have the same goal: go kill some guys, steal this object, run back to daddy. that gets old, that makes players bored. that why free roam becomes a glorified deathmatch cuz there's nothing interesting or exciting to do.
That doesn't give them the excuse to glitch, hack and mod the game, causing more issues for R* to solve... You get bored? Take the game out of the console. Very simple solution.
i hope you dont plan to go into law or ever think about taking someone to court, becuase you would butcher the process. your only evidence is circumstanial and is based off of speculation. we dont know if my glitching has caused console freezes or anything else related.
Actually, I've won a few court cases, so there's that.
I realize the Franklin's Buffalo thing is circumstantial. I never said it for sure caused issues. But, that doesn't mean that it doesn't. As I said, glitches, by design, can cause unintended results. while you use it to steal GTA$, the results could very well go beyond that result.
if you want to balme someone, then blame hackers that make the glitches possible.
So, if a person goes out and shoots someone, I blame the store that sold him the gun? You're the one actually doing the glitch... You're the one to blame.
as far as we know, selling Frankilin's buffalo does nothing to harm other people's experience. 1. they dont know where my money came from. 2. they dont care.
furthermore, if it was causing such a huge problem, R* would remove it. have they? no
Like you said, maybe R* doesn't know that it's causing a problem... Doesn't mean that it isn't.
youre right, its been so long that i forgot there was a level limit for bulletproof tires. so lets say he was a level 20? he can buy them now, he cant buy a tank or buzzard sure, but im not concerned about that. he can buy everything else though. he can buy the weapons in the updates, like the bullup which is better than the carbine. and piggbacking off of what another player said, these CC give the player money out of the blue. shouldnt that be considered a glitch? or wait, no because its justified cuz R* is making their money.
Go back to what you said:
a level 10 noob who spends his RL money for CC can have everything i have which took me months to earn. how is that progression? does that ruin the "economy"? idk. but it ruins my experience.
Your statement is not true. Therefore, your experience being "ruined" as a result of an untrue statement is untrue as well.
On top of that, you stopped earning things the moment you started glitching.
im sorry, i misread your question. to answer it, yes i have bought stuff from the updates.
Stuff that you wouldn't have been able to get, had R* charged for the updates... Because, by your own admission, you wouldn't have bought any of it.
So, as a result of R* using a cash card model, instead of, say, a paid DLC model, you ended up with more ingame stuff than you would have had, had they used the paid DLC model...
And, the way you thank them is to steal from them, because making money is "just too hard."