Yeh - the games-for-fun vs. car-for-safety thing makes the example irrelevant to me...not at all comparable.
How about this:
A movie comes out, backed by advertising how great it is. It had been shown to some preview clients, who had some concerns about it, but the producer thad made some changes based on the feedback and hought they addressed many of those issues. The producer no doubt would have liked to work on the movie for another few months, but clearly thought it was as good as could be made in the window they had per their arrangements with movie theaters, and definetly worth releasing rather than playing around with it for another 6 months until the theaters were open to them again (which would be at a worse movie-going time). 50% of the people who see it like it and go home happy, albeit with a sense it could have been better. But a larger-than-normal percentage, yourself included, think it was clearly rushed through production to hit peak-movie-seeing time and you didn't enjoy it at all, and thought it a much worse movie than you expected from this producer. If it was a normal production company, you'd stop going to see their movies. Instead, you, and a lot of other, complain to them.
They respond with the following approach:
"We thought it was good when we released it...after getting reviews and customer feedback, we now see it wasn't as good as we wanted it to be and thought it was. We'll remake it. Tell us what you don't like about the plot, and we'll work in some of them if they make sense. Still has to be about the main topic, but open to any suggstions about making changes with the script. If some of the actors turned everyone off, we'll recast. You can tell us your ideas, or you can ignore the whole thing. In any case, once we've reshot it based on all the feedback, and made it into a movie that seems to fit people's desires more, we'll re-release it, and let you know, and you can come and see it for free. And if you still don't like it, we'll do it again. And again. For years. Until we make a movie you'll really like."
Is everyone's response "You guys suck...I can't believe you put out such a crappy movie!!! You never should have released it when you did, you should have kept working on it and released it later! You wasted my time and money!! I've lost faith in you!!"
or, is it:
"Well, I wish it had been exactly the movie I wanted the first time, and I think if you had worked on it longer it would have been, so you kinda choked....but this is pretty good too...I think I'll get to see an even better movie this way.....cool!"