Collection Theory

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@taterracing said in Collection Theory:

@maskedgrappler said in Collection Theory:

@taterracing said in Collection Theory:

@maskedgrappler said in Collection Theory:

@taterracing said in Collection Theory:

I think there's more coming down the road

See, this is a prime example of you guys setting yourselves up for disappointment.

Nah. I'm one to keep my cards, anyway, regardless on if I use them. I dunno, this Trout is great and all, but not nearly as good as Wagner last year. And this collection was far, far easier to complete. We'll see.

As I said earlier, I'm sure it was far easier because sds saw a miniscule number of people unlock Honus.

I thought that was the point, though. I eventually got Honus last year, but took a month after it dropped. I kind of enjoyed the hunt.

It was, but I doubt they want to put out content that only 2% of their players can use.

I'm not defending it or anything, but just like making showdowns easier, this was done through user data.

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I think SDS has done a good job in a covid year of making cards a little easier, knowing that they’ll make money going on multi platforms soon..

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@Raider52Morrison said in Collection Theory:

whats the point of releasing another collection late into the games cycle?

  • In case you haven't noticed, the real-life season started and SDS is piggybacking off of that.
  • Sony recently dropped the price as part of the sale so they're expecting the user base to increase.
  • They always save some giant must-have cards later in the year to keep interest sustained (Immortal Kershaw/Sandberg in 18, Signature Griffey/Ruth/Vlad in 19)