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: Yesterday, I got into an interesting conversation about Microsoft Points in the comments section of this story
. As a gaming enthusiast, it never bothered me that I had to purchase points in increments of 500 ($6.25). Even if I had to buy more than I needed at any given time, I knew that they'd be used eventually. I can see how this might be a problem for casual gamers that make infrequent Xbox Live purchases, but I was surprised that readers of TheFeed
-- presumably also enthusiast gamers -- have a huge problem with this. So in order to check myself and learn more about this "issue", I wanted to ask you if you have a problem with the way Microsoft sells its Points. Is it a rip-off that you can't buy exactly what you need? Am I dismissing it because I don't treat MS Points as real money (probably)?
TheFeed gang wants your thoughts on gaming, tech, the real reason Microsoft hasn't announced a price cut, and more. Let everyone know what you're thinking and chat it up with your fellow readers. Leave comments on anything and everything that's on your (gaming/tech/nerd) mind! The reader with the best comment will win some blood sausage from Cologne.