And I'm totally with you there. I've just noticed a habit from a lot of the more vitriolic posters that basically insists that it's absolutely impossible for anybody to derive enjoyment from their purchase, for no other reason, apparently, than the fact that they are upset about it. And they want others to feel that way.
There is of course the other half that can't seem to accept the fact that the former group is dissatisfied, and both sides won't accept the other side's opinions because they evidently lack the sense of self to stand behind their own conclusions, and require the validation of a third party to feel good about their own opinions. Or they, well, just get a kick out of arguing.
I, perhaps as a minority, feel that it's all not such a big deal.
And if it is to any individual, well, the truth is, it's a game that has some problems. They are problems that are, on numerous occasions stated by developers with a proven track record of post-release support for previous products, going to be addressed. Whining or praising isn't going to accelerate that process any. Upset at your loss of $50 to a game you consider incomplete? It's not a huge sum in any event, and I've been burned by developers who cut their losses and moved on more times than I can count, and at least here I have a reasonable expectation of getting what I ultimately want in time. It's not the end of the world.
I am pretty certain that anybody capable of watching the news, reading it, or even looking outside is capable of casually observing that there are far more important problems to direct all that energy toward.
And Transformers 2 was abominable.