@Spectra-Saberon To each their own, but I think NA should cut their prices to atleast half or 75% of the original price for a fairer monetization and that way they would get more customers to spend MORE money on them.
That is my own opinion and here is how I base it.
If a costume costs lets say 20 bucks (Which is fairly close to the current outfit packages we have), then you will only have a few customers paying for it, especially with no preview INGAME available except for a shoddy picture in bad quality.
However if said outfit bundle costed, lets say 10-5 bucks, you would have much more people buying it and effectly even triple the amount of money you would get normally from the few people buying the 20 buck version.
Why? Because it's easier and much more acceptable to spend 5-10 bucks on an outfit than 20 bucks, since that's a few weeks worth of food right there.
So if you have like let's say 200 customers who buy the 20 pack, thats about 4000 bucks you earned.
Now if you have the bundle at 5-10 bucks, you will be sure that the amount of customers can effectively quadruple or more.
So you would have like 800-1000 customers.
With 800 customers at a price of 5 bucks, you would get 4000 back easily. With 10 bucks? 8k.
With 1000 customers, that's 5000 bucks or 10k with 10 bucks.
I see cheaper monetization for items that are ALREADY MADE, since the work was done for hte outfits a long time ago (These to my knowledge are not recently made outfits) a fairer and better PR thing for the company.