February 9, 2018
The video game gambling racket pushed by kikes is continuing to receive crackdowns from governments.
This is a good thing, since a lot of people (especially young people) are pissing money away on these systems.
This happening actually has a personal impact on me – I know it has an impact on a lot of younger guys as well. I’ve been playing video games since I was old enough to press keys and I would be lying if I said I never did any microtransactions. I never went into the thousands of dollars since I never bothered with cosmetics, but I have played quite a few Asian MMOs in my day.
What I hope will happen is they will also crack down on MMO companies like Kakao (formerly Daum) for having horrendously bad RNG (random number generator, determines the frequency of finding certain items in the game) and really long grinds, where they give you the option to pay money to increase your chances of getting rare items. Other than paying, you can wait 10 real life days and get a free item which slightly increases your drop chances or several months to get items from playing every day to get a guaranteed item. Worse, to upgrade the item you deal with yet more terrible RNG which can be helped by buying cash shop items to then sell for in game items which would take absurd amounts of time to grind for.
Watching this happen fills me with a great joy which I cannot describe.
First we get rid of the vidya Jews, then we handle all of the others.