Loot Boxes Are Gambling And Are Ruining Gaming

So the newest hot button issue in the world of gaming is the huge uptick in games having loot boxes. Game companies have been trying to squeeze additional dollars out of consumers for years, through map packs, costume packs, and additional DLC.
But over the last few years randomized loot crates or boxes have started making their way into new titles, going so far as to give unfair advantages to people willing to spend the money.

This week our redneck friend Randy wants to expand a bit on the culture of loot boxes, gambling, and how random garbage in our games (and our lives) are ruining everything.