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  • evilprofesseurevilprofesseur Posts: 1,696 ✭✭✭✭✭
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
  • evilprofesseurevilprofesseur Posts: 1,696 ✭✭✭✭✭
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 6,085 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Your "price" for a CF is assuming someone buys the gold outright for the pack.  You're not factoring in the free gold one can earn.
  • RobGripesRobGripes Posts: 2,375 ✭✭✭✭✭
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.

    Yeh I miss those times too.

    Fortunately / Unfortunately there are people in the world who can easily afford and will pay for 'micro' transactions in games.

    It is a free economy and nobody is being forced to partake. As with most things in this world the only way to make your voice heard is to vote with your feet / wallet.

    If nobody bought the gold then Hutch, and other games companies, will listen and change. But they're in it to make money of course, and if this makes them money then fair play. They won't change and we shouldn't expect them to.

    As an F2P player I am still enjoying the game, but have to temper my own expectations on how much I expect to win. I have grinded hard and played smart and can compete with the big boys, in formula fun... lol. Luckily for me that's the most fun event anyway.

    I do think 1 legend in 40 carbon fiber packs could be improved though, because those odds are awful. 
  • lukec436lukec436 Posts: 122 ✭✭✭
    unbelivable that it's been a year, hasn't it?
  • lg29lg29 Posts: 718 ✭✭✭✭
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    I haven’t seen this many disagrees on a post... congratulations!
  • 43MK443MK4 Posts: 1,897 ✭✭✭✭✭
    So no anniversary deals ????
  • TNThomasTNThomas Posts: 608 ✭✭✭✭
    Please Hutch, let us know something about the Anniversary. Just a yes or no on if there will be any Anniversary deals would be enough. ;)
  • David_FookDavid_Fook Posts: 2,634 ✭✭✭✭✭
    2000g pack, guaranteed legend. That’s the kind of pack I’d buy :smile: I don’t think I’d bother with discounted cf’s I seem to exclusively pull rq20 Porsches
  • milewski1015milewski1015 Posts: 2,152 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2018
    RobGripes said:
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.

    Yeh I miss those times too.

    Fortunately / Unfortunately there are people in the world who can easily afford and will pay for 'micro' transactions in games.

    It is a free economy and nobody is being forced to partake. As with most things in this world the only way to make your voice heard is to vote with your feet / wallet.

    If nobody bought the gold then Hutch, and other games companies, will listen and change. But they're in it to make money of course, and if this makes them money then fair play. They won't change and we shouldn't expect them to.

    As an F2P player I am still enjoying the game, but have to temper my own expectations on how much I expect to win. I have grinded hard and played smart and can compete with the big boys, in formula fun... lol. Luckily for me that's the most fun event anyway.

    I do think 1 legend in 40 carbon fiber packs could be improved though, because those odds are awful. 
    Unfortunately the microtransaction business model doesn’t bank on the fact that a lot of people spend a little or an average amount of money. I recall reading somewhere (I believe back around the time of the Battlefront II microtransactions outcry) that the whales that spend unbelievable amounts of money are who the companies are targeting. Yeah, it’s great for the company if a bunch of people spend $5 here, another $5 there, but they’re really going for the people that get hooked and spend thousands if not tens of thousands. My point being, it’d be almost impossible to boycott buying gold as it just takes one whale screw the whole thing up. 

    That said, I agree that Hutch is by far one of the most reasonable and generous mobile game companies I’ve ever encountered. Yeah, some things may have changed (not many 999G CF deals anymore; manufacturer CFs are more expensive, etc), but I believe they’re all for the sake of balance. I think some of you (not directing this to anyone in particular but the forum community as a whole) sometimes lose sight of the fact that at the end of the day, Top Drives is a source of revenue for Hutch, and not just a game to them like it
    is for us. That’s not to say they don’t want to make it enjoyable and fun and fair (which I believe they make every effort to do), but that making money will always be part of it. 

    My two cents aside, I’m harboring a guess that deals will come about after this Levante finals event ends.

    EDIT: I would love to see another of those scavenger hunt challenge things to win a car. Missed out on the first one for the Superlight, but it looked really fun and would be a cool anniversary celebration
  • TopDivesTopDives Posts: 667 ✭✭✭✭
    The lack of response troubles me sometimes. An official yay or nay would have been more than enough for me, no matter the outcome.
  • TopDivesTopDives Posts: 667 ✭✭✭✭
    Hutch_Tim said:
    Okay, here's an official response: we don't give advance notice on offers, be that when, what, or whether there will be any. That's how offers work I'm afraid. I thought that might be fairly clear by now after... gosh, has it been a year already?
    It has been a year indeed. Thanks for the clarification. 
  • LEGENDNADALEGENDNADA Posts: 1,035 ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2018
    Hutch_Tim said:
    Okay, here's an official response: we don't give advance notice on offers, be that when, what, or whether there will be any. That's how offers work I'm afraid. I thought that might be fairly clear by now after... gosh, has it been a year already?
    Guys can't you wait after the Finals to finish I'm sure from Hutch comment that there will be offers because they either say NO or makes it a surprise for everyone 🔥

    EDIT: Maybe it will be the dodge update with lots of offers thats my guess 
  • RobGripesRobGripes Posts: 2,375 ✭✭✭✭✭
    RobGripes said:
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.

    Yeh I miss those times too.

    Fortunately / Unfortunately there are people in the world who can easily afford and will pay for 'micro' transactions in games.

    It is a free economy and nobody is being forced to partake. As with most things in this world the only way to make your voice heard is to vote with your feet / wallet.

    If nobody bought the gold then Hutch, and other games companies, will listen and change. But they're in it to make money of course, and if this makes them money then fair play. They won't change and we shouldn't expect them to.

    As an F2P player I am still enjoying the game, but have to temper my own expectations on how much I expect to win. I have grinded hard and played smart and can compete with the big boys, in formula fun... lol. Luckily for me that's the most fun event anyway.

    I do think 1 legend in 40 carbon fiber packs could be improved though, because those odds are awful. 
    Unfortunately the microtransaction business model doesn’t bank on the fact that a lot of people spend a little or an average amount of money. I recall reading somewhere (I believe back around the time of the Battlefront II microtransactions outcry) that the whales that spend unbelievable amounts of money are who the companies are targeting. Yeah, it’s great for the company if a bunch of people spend $5 here, another $5 there, but they’re really going for the people that get hooked and spend thousands if not tens of thousands. My point being, it’d be almost impossible to boycott buying gold as it just takes one whale screw the whole thing up. 

    That said, I agree that Hutch is by far one of the most reasonable and generous mobile game companies I’ve ever encountered. Yeah, some things may have changed (not many 999G CF deals anymore; manufacturer CFs are more expensive, etc), but I believe they’re all for the sake of balance. I think some of you (not directing this to anyone in particular but the forum community as a whole) sometimes lose sight of the fact that at the end of the day, Top Drives is a source of revenue for Hutch, and not just a game to them like it
    is for us. That’s not to say they don’t want to make it enjoyable and fun and fair (which I believe they make every effort to do), but that making money will always be part of it. 

    My two cents aside, I’m harboring a guess that deals will come about after this Levante finals event ends.

    EDIT: I would love to see another of those scavenger hunt challenge things to win a car. Missed out on the first one for the Superlight, but it looked really fun and would be a cool anniversary celebration

    Yeh pretty much my thoughts exactly, but much better articulated.

    There is no reason for Hutch to change their business model when it works. This is the gaming model now, like it or not.

    They have introduced new ways for F2P players to earn more, such as watching ads for upgrades, weekly challenge, and daily rewards.

    There will always be the whales for gaming companies to make money from and so we should expect this gaming model to stay for the long-haul.


  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 6,085 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2018
    RobGripes said:
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.

    Yeh I miss those times too.

    Fortunately / Unfortunately there are people in the world who can easily afford and will pay for 'micro' transactions in games.

    It is a free economy and nobody is being forced to partake. As with most things in this world the only way to make your voice heard is to vote with your feet / wallet.

    If nobody bought the gold then Hutch, and other games companies, will listen and change. But they're in it to make money of course, and if this makes them money then fair play. They won't change and we shouldn't expect them to.

    As an F2P player I am still enjoying the game, but have to temper my own expectations on how much I expect to win. I have grinded hard and played smart and can compete with the big boys, in formula fun... lol. Luckily for me that's the most fun event anyway.

    I do think 1 legend in 40 carbon fiber packs could be improved though, because those odds are awful. 
    EDIT: I would love to see another of those scavenger hunt challenge things to win a car. Missed out on the first one for the Superlight, but it looked really fun and would be a cool anniversary celebration
    I'm up for another one of those  :#:#:#:#
  • GrossbucketsGrossbuckets Posts: 447 ✭✭✭
    HeissRod said:
    RobGripes said:
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.

    Yeh I miss those times too.

    Fortunately / Unfortunately there are people in the world who can easily afford and will pay for 'micro' transactions in games.

    It is a free economy and nobody is being forced to partake. As with most things in this world the only way to make your voice heard is to vote with your feet / wallet.

    If nobody bought the gold then Hutch, and other games companies, will listen and change. But they're in it to make money of course, and if this makes them money then fair play. They won't change and we shouldn't expect them to.

    As an F2P player I am still enjoying the game, but have to temper my own expectations on how much I expect to win. I have grinded hard and played smart and can compete with the big boys, in formula fun... lol. Luckily for me that's the most fun event anyway.

    I do think 1 legend in 40 carbon fiber packs could be improved though, because those odds are awful. 
    EDIT: I would love to see another of those scavenger hunt challenge things to win a car. Missed out on the first one for the Superlight, but it looked really fun and would be a cool anniversary celebration
    I'm up for another one of those  :#:#:#:#
    $15 for one, horrible drop rate, carbon fiber pack is too much.  I spend money on this game and I feel wronged.  Just my opinion, but I play a lot of different games and this one is as basic as can be (ie nothing but a pic of a car running a preset course)...yet costs more than most elaborate and graphically beautiful games in and out of the same genre.  More balance is needed in every aspect of this game.
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 6,085 ✭✭✭✭✭
    HeissRod said:
    RobGripes said:
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.

    Yeh I miss those times too.

    Fortunately / Unfortunately there are people in the world who can easily afford and will pay for 'micro' transactions in games.

    It is a free economy and nobody is being forced to partake. As with most things in this world the only way to make your voice heard is to vote with your feet / wallet.

    If nobody bought the gold then Hutch, and other games companies, will listen and change. But they're in it to make money of course, and if this makes them money then fair play. They won't change and we shouldn't expect them to.

    As an F2P player I am still enjoying the game, but have to temper my own expectations on how much I expect to win. I have grinded hard and played smart and can compete with the big boys, in formula fun... lol. Luckily for me that's the most fun event anyway.

    I do think 1 legend in 40 carbon fiber packs could be improved though, because those odds are awful. 
    EDIT: I would love to see another of those scavenger hunt challenge things to win a car. Missed out on the first one for the Superlight, but it looked really fun and would be a cool anniversary celebration
    I'm up for another one of those  :#:#:#:#
    $15 for one, horrible drop rate, carbon fiber pack is too much.  I spend money on this game and I feel wronged.  Just my opinion, but I play a lot of different games and this one is as basic as can be (ie nothing but a pic of a car running a preset course)...yet costs more than most elaborate and graphically beautiful games in and out of the same genre.  More balance is needed in every aspect of this game.
    Uhhh....I was refering to the scavenger hunt that @milewski1015 mentioned.
  • GrossbucketsGrossbuckets Posts: 447 ✭✭✭
    HeissRod said:
    HeissRod said:
    RobGripes said:
    GT47LM said:
    It would be expected that Hutch rewards its long time , loyal customers but...being the constant pessimist (and realist), I wouldn’t expect much from this stingy company.  Sorry but here is to hoping 🤞🏾 
    We literally developed the daily reward feature to give out free stuff more often to long term players.
    You did but you do have to agree that:
    - the prices of regular carbon fiber packs 
    - the prices of specialist carbon fiber packs during high profile events
    - drop rates in general
    - gold prices 
    - everyday event prize distribution
    - percent of people eligible for event only car prizes, coupled with the extreme difficulty of such events

    kind of suggest you might be on the stingy (or rather greedy) side
    You should see actual greedy mobile games lol. Top Drives isn't greedy at all, but you say they are. Do you have examples of games that are much better in giving out standard currency (cash) and premium currency (gold)? Hutch let's you watch short videos for  total of 17 gold every 8 hours, has a prize board where they have several pieces of gold, cash, and cars available, and have multiple events going on at the same time with each having a separate prize board while also giving out generous amounts of rewards for each said event that lasts on average 2-3 days, not including the daily. I abandon mobile games that are/become too greedy, but I stick with Top Drives and I keep coming back to Top Drives because they are not greedy, but I am now apparently finding out otherwise. 
    I see what you're saying but the fact that there are even more extreme examples is not equal to saying that this is okay. Think of it this way: if if you buy a few carbons, you're at most guaranteed a few ultra rares. they might be okay, they might suck, maybe you'll get lucky and bag an epic. For that *chance* you'll pay as much as we used to pay for full pc games.

    I miss those times.

    Yeh I miss those times too.

    Fortunately / Unfortunately there are people in the world who can easily afford and will pay for 'micro' transactions in games.

    It is a free economy and nobody is being forced to partake. As with most things in this world the only way to make your voice heard is to vote with your feet / wallet.

    If nobody bought the gold then Hutch, and other games companies, will listen and change. But they're in it to make money of course, and if this makes them money then fair play. They won't change and we shouldn't expect them to.

    As an F2P player I am still enjoying the game, but have to temper my own expectations on how much I expect to win. I have grinded hard and played smart and can compete with the big boys, in formula fun... lol. Luckily for me that's the most fun event anyway.

    I do think 1 legend in 40 carbon fiber packs could be improved though, because those odds are awful. 
    EDIT: I would love to see another of those scavenger hunt challenge things to win a car. Missed out on the first one for the Superlight, but it looked really fun and would be a cool anniversary celebration
    I'm up for another one of those  :#:#:#:#
    $15 for one, horrible drop rate, carbon fiber pack is too much.  I spend money on this game and I feel wronged.  Just my opinion, but I play a lot of different games and this one is as basic as can be (ie nothing but a pic of a car running a preset course)...yet costs more than most elaborate and graphically beautiful games in and out of the same genre.  More balance is needed in every aspect of this game.
    Uhhh....I was refering to the scavenger hunt that @milewski1015 mentioned.
    Lol, sorry
  • LEGENDNADALEGENDNADA Posts: 1,035 ✭✭✭✭
    Who are waiting for the offers after one hour like me after the finals lol hope for 5x carbon fiber for half price
  • greddygreddy Posts: 1,770 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Its not anniversary deal.. its for tokyo event..
  • LEGENDNADALEGENDNADA Posts: 1,035 ✭✭✭✭
    greddy said:
    Its not anniversary deal.. its for tokyo event..
    And we will wait till the next year for this years anniversary??
  • AntounAntoun Posts: 1,176 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Maybe I was right when saying that Hutch is not interested about this anniversary...
  • LEGENDNADALEGENDNADA Posts: 1,035 ✭✭✭✭
    Antoun said:
    Maybe I was right when saying that Hutch is not interested about this anniversary...
    Maybe tomorrow morning? They could have said no there no anniversary!
  • ljhcjpljhcjp Posts: 417 ✭✭✭
    Twinkie said:
    greddy said:
    Its not anniversary deal.. its for tokyo event..
    Did i say its not? (If ur talking to me lol)
    Yeah you kinda did. 
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