Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 are both two systems with plenty unknown about them, but one analyst believes they must have games that charge players micro-transactions, as it is inevitable and a necessity.
According to a report from NowGamer on Tuesday, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter talked about how he doesn't understand why people are so upset or worried about micr-transactions being implemented in future games.
"I don't really understand all of the angst about micro-transactions.
"Nobody has to buy anything, and most of the items for sale don't make a difference in overall game play, just allow people to dress up their characters and the like.
"Yes, it's nickel and dime, but since nobody has to spend money to enjoy the game, I don't see why anyone cares.
"Yes, they are a necessary evil.
"Games cost a lot to make, and publishers are trying to hold the line at $60 retail pricing, so they must look for ways to increase monetization.
"I don't think game sales are suffering because of micro-transactions," Pachter said.
As long as games do not require micro-transactions for them to be completed, there really isn't anything wrong with them.