And when I, an actual grown up who understands that virtually everything in life has de facto IAP, buy a hero or two just because it's fun, I will have not only invalidated your vote, I'll have outvoted you many times over. The sooner the anti-IAP people figure out the only reason games ever came allegedly "complete" was because the technology didn't exist for such piecemeal options, the sooner they'll be able to start enjoying themselves again. I've seen variations of this same pointless, petulant argument most of my life. Trading cards, comics, trade paperback vs mass market paperback, "collector's editions", chase action figures, pre-order bonus codes, CD-unlocks for console games, in store exclusives for Nintendo handheld games, etc., etc.. The details change, but the gist remains: a bunch of entitled blowhards who "remember" a better time when <insert for-profit hobby> wasn't so much about the money (even though it always was ).