I'm pretty sure 100$ is pretty expensive... especially if it's a fact that you're not getting a lot of return for that value. Remember trump "ONLY 1 million LOAN." For him it's cheap... you know why? He's a billionaire. But by your logic, it's subjective. So everyone who criticized him about that must of been wrong too I guess. 1 million dollar in todays world is chump change... f*ck us scrub for not being rich. lmao at this point, you're not even arguing anything thats logical, you're being petty for the sake of being technically right. You get what I mean? the value is not subjective in comparison towards a feeling, the value could be exaggerated and if it is, that's when it goes from subjective, to fact. It's a fact that you're overpaying for virtual chump change when you buy shark cards. Or am I wrong about this too? 100$ for 1-2 cars in a game that cost 60$ already. Do you see something wrong with this, or is it subjective too? or it's just my peasant opinion that sharkcards are overpriced? I'll love to hear what you have to say "Mr.trump."
I'm not sure why you have come out swinging defensively with sarcastic rambling about being a peasant and Donald Trump pal?
You have to remember that shark cards are simply like any other luxury or leisure commodity, and the value of them will vary from person to person. One person might think apple products are the best thing ever, the next might think they are overpriced tat for gullible fools. Same with these, and thus their value to each person is completely subjective. Some people value their time more, and may see the shark card as a worthwhile investment to skip the equivalent grind. Some people are better off than others, and thus have more means to buy them. I make the equivalent of a Megalodon shark card in just over an hour's work, that doesn't make me Donald Trump but it won't make as much as a dent in my wallet as it will for others. Some people will make more than that and they will be even less of a hit on their finances.
It's not sarcasm. I used donald trump as an example of his subjective view of his "Only a million dollar loan." To him it's a little amount of money at least, that's how he made it sound like. Which proves the point that value could be subjective, but it's just that, an opinion. Not a fact. But it's a fact, that some things may be overvalued. Now we come to that conclusion by analyzing how valuable that said item is. In GTA V case, with the sharkcards, you are paying 100$, One Hundred Dollar, for mere chump change in a virtual world. I know people that will pull out a gun on you for this type of money in the real world. So can we agree that 100$ is quite some money, obviously it doesn't compare to 1m. But the point is still the same, just because some people may find that it's not a lot of money, doesn't mean that it's not. Especially if what you're getting for that money is really not worth it. in this case again, in GTA 5. 100$ will get you 1-2 virtual cars in a game that you paid 60$ 4 years ago, that included hundreds of vehicles. but now, you're paying 100$ to get only 1-2. This is the point I'm getting at it. The value may be subjective of course, but it doesn't change the fact that it's overpriced and by people buying this, it only tells the Devs that it's okay to keep doing it. Which is why I ask if paying 100$ for mere virtual money is a subjective waste of money, or a waste of money at the end of the day? Surely you must agree that paying 100$ for a virtual car is overkill. Not even free 2 play games go this hard. Also, if the game wasn't made grindy in the purpose of getting people frustrated to think about dishing real world money, for virtual money then shark cards wouldn't exist, and let alone, be overpriced. It's pretty logical to think Rockstar limit the payout in the game, and make the ways of obtaining said money hard to get people to buy their sharkcards, thus increasing profit every DLC. Which is what we have been seeing, every DLC gets more expensive, and every month after the DLC, Rockstar comes out with record high charts income. I wonder why? hmm..