We are bombarded with advertisements every single day. And it’s getting worse as we get older. The fact is, the world is saturated with “gadget” advertisements. I think we have to stop being so focused on what we don’t want to see or do, as well as what we may want to do.
For instance, detergent has been such a lucrative product that it has led to a huge explosion of ads for it. I mean, come on, we have thousands of advertisements for laundry detergent on television every single day. Just imagine what we would be doing if we wanted to wash our hands with our mouth.
Yeah, it’s sort of similar to the world of online gaming. We have thousands of advertisements for video games and games consoles every single day of the year, and it’s probably why the gaming industry is so massive. And now, I hear you say, “But I don’t need to be playing that in order to get my hands dirty.” But who cares if you can play the game and have fun doing it.
Maybe so, but we’re constantly bombarded with this stuff. How many of us play video games every single day? We’re probably not alone in this. And yet, I wouldn’t put it past someone in marketing and advertising to convince us that every single year we have to buy a video game just so we can get our hands dirty for the next year.
The fact is that there is no such thing as “bad karma”. Every bad karma in the game is a bad karma that causes more traffic to the game than the game itself. The bad karma is something that is bad for our good and bad for our bad.
In other words, if you are on the game more than once a year, you are going into a “bad” situation. This is why marketers and advertisers want you to buy their products.
I have no problem with buying your product or with playing the game for as long as you want. I have a problem with buying it for a single year, because I think that this is just an excuse to get you to buy the next version.
The “one year” thing doesn’t seem to get the point across. In fact, it seems to suggest that the point is not to purchase the product, but to get people to buy the next version. This is a really bad idea. It would have been much more effective to say “The bad karma of purchase or play means that you have to purchase or play the future version.” Or, maybe “the bad karma of purchase or play means that the game is no longer needed.
I don’t think it is. It’s good to know you’re on the right track.