Well I am very annoyed at the moment. I just realized that if I buy Battlefield 3 on the PS3, for both me and my brother to have separate online progression we will need to pay for an online pass. That's for me and him to play on the same console, same room, etc. but at different times. People are part of families, with other members who also play games. Even more concerning is the single player online pass seen recently in Batman Arkham City. How crazy is it that I want to have my own save file and progress on my PSN ID and my brother would have his own, without having to select some file in game, not that all games have multiple save slots. THAT IS INSANE! To think we can't share the copy. Multiplayer or single player, being part of a family, and also what with the price of games, you can't expect me to have two or more copies of a game in a house, especially single player games. Why should all families be miles apart and be playing online. I'm not alone at home, me and my brother both play games. If I want to play with or against him, yea some games merit two copies but this is insane.
I'm just really annoyed to think that gaming came to this.
What are your real world problems with online passes? Am I such a minority? Anyway, feel free to let out some steam 'cause man, this is unacceptable for me.