It's things like DLC that's pushing me further and further away from video games. I don't buy as many as I used to, because I'm losing interest. It's not so fun to know that the $60 product you have doesn't have everything, especially when developers talk of DLC , weather it's individual DLC, DLC packs, microtransactions, pre-order "bonuses", or passes, well before the game is finished or any time afterward. People have quickly accepted this way of doing business, and fanboys will kiss ass and support any thing their video game gods chooses to do for our money. It's disgusting and I hate it!
Maybe a good ol' worldwide video game crash is in order. I'll be fine with my backlog of old games, or newer games that's at least feature-complete before being tested and released, which many don't seem to be anymore. Hopefully, after the crash, the good video game companies and franchises will survive through it all. The others, hopefully, will start over, smarten up, and do things right.
I don't want new plans on how to distribute or introduce DLC or any other new, evil business model being used. I just want this crap completely gone.
Also, goodbye, Jordy Nelson.