I get new season, new players, and starting fresh and all that but we paid for those players so if say when a car manufacturer rolls out the next year's model they take back the car you paid for or are paying for and tell you can have the new model but you got to start at square one now and what ever payments you've made on the previous years' car don't apply. That would be a quick call to the sheriff's department or police department....that would be some kind of thievery right there. What's the difference?
@Wicked0Wildcats your completely right from glue stand point but all I'm saying is I would be alot more willing to spend money on there product knowing I get to keep what I played for. As of right know I don't see the point in spend 30$ for a player only for him to become outdated in a few months.
Actually wickedowildcats if you carefully read my post it said they take the car from you and then force you to buy a new one kinda the same with the game. You purchase the players and they force you to start again by paying for new players. It wouldn't be that big of a deal if it weren't for the huge price points they charge. Kind of a dramatic analogy. People invest hundreds or even thousands of dollars into this game and what start over again? What, you can continue playing on an obsolete platform that will be no longer supported? How about allowing us carrying over our top 2 or 3 batters, 1 starting pitcher and 1 reliever and I'm alright with starting back at bronze and then chasing to fill out the rest of the roster.
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