Oh I know. Over the last 10 pages several have commented on how they don't like it.
I just don't understand it when it's an attitude of "no transactions, whatsoever!" when there's
the possibility of it being well-implemented. Implemented in such a way as to NOT even affect
you if you don't want to pay anything and even implemented such that there's still limits on how
much you can buy with real cash. What if it's like in League of Legends? Hugely popular game, but
micro-transactions help fund it and make it better....... YET what you buy doesn't affect other players.
Why is there such an aversion to it then, if SC would have the same thing and it wouldn't affect non-paying
It's actually quite simple to understand: People don't like/ approve the system of in-game micro-transactions =>They don't want to encourage developers/ publishers to keep implementing this system => They don't spend money on games that implement the system.