InsuranceGuy1974 wrote: »
Lol I am not from EA! They may hire me after this post !!
ruiqneiva106 wrote: »
Given that I have the glitch for over an year now, of course not.
stinkbugger wrote: »
Yes, IF I can use in-game cash to pay the $6.99 monthly fee.
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I haven't quit for almost 7? years.... THAT would make me stop playing.
You know, not everyone that plays has extra money....
They are appealing to the masses by having a free game, that you can buy extras if inclined. Generally, most companies don't intentionally exclude an entire customer base....(for this example, us poor humans)
Given the replies in this thread - no they won't.
I was bored and tried some other freemium games. How were they? Not so comic dialogs. Many many videos the player has to watch... And "events" that gave me the impression that they were intentionally planned in such a way that the player can't achieve the aim before the end of the event without paying money or watching videos.
Fortunately, you could not win any prizes I desperately would have liked to win.
Compared to this, the Simpsons is a comfortable game, no force... I consider this very sympathetic.
As I would really miss the game, if it ended, I'd agree to pay a small amount regularily (not more than about 50 Euros a year). I like the dialogs and the visible jobs. For me, the game is much more entertaining than the TV-show.
Super events would be fun...
No. Just, just no.
This would totally defeat the purpose of this being a Freemium game if you're forced or nudged into buying this "membership" so to speak.
Some of you have argued that donuts are the currency within this game but given the fact that donut farming is a reality for anyone that plays the game, it’s a moot point.
Like them or hate them, Disney is successful for a reason. I believe it’s when not if a tiered system is introduced within this game.
I GRIND, It’s what I do
That would be ideal!
er, I mean, no.