yea but you might as well talk about unreal at that point too.. unity inevitably requires serious dedication to programming and learning the tool.. the point of Construct in my opinion is allowing not developers to make games. an experienced programmer would be stepping back to use Construct.
Basically "real developers" use engines like unity and unreal.. many of us are not serious developers and for me I do not enjoy programming.. i find Construct lets me express ideas quickly that i want to try out.. I've seen it with unity in my attempts at the past that it would take a long time for me to get to a point just to start really experimenting with game ideas (which is difficult to do if you are not already a seasoned coder)
so yea we're talking apples and oranges.. to compare pricing and power of unity to construct is like comparing a small passenger plane to a 747... both fly but one is way more powerful and difficult to fl, but if you can fly it you can travel much further..
I like flying a small plane as it gets me where I want to go without having to spend a lot of time not making games learning to fly something I don't enjoy flying.
if you want to work with something like Construct your options are things like game salad, media fusion pro, stencil and a few others out there that are honestly 'code free'
I've seen unity, i've worked in it with other people and yea just not fun.. Construct is honestly fun to work with.. even when i'm stuck i'm working through solutions.. every time i wanted to something new in unity it was like.. "ok time to stop my idea and figure out a new programming methodology.. etc" and then maybe if i make sense of that, apply it towards an actual game.. no thanks, not my thing.
however some people love coding and i respect folks who do enjoy unity.. i wish i could be one of those people but i've tried numerous times.. just like learning flash (as3) and even blueprints which is visual scripting for unreal, but the reality is they are just way too deep and not fun to work in for me.. i've enjoyed Construct and for the time being believe they will get there.
We just have to use our voices and what influence we can to make it the product we want it to be.