I don't feel like I can give an answer to this which doesn't seem very reductionist, and the answer to this question changes depending on whether we're looking at which company has taken the most risks in their lifetime or which one is taking the most risks now. I'm tempted to say Nintendo because of the Wii, DS, etc. but even when talking about hardware there are clearly times during which Nintendo has gone much more outside of the box with it than other times, and when it comes to software they (for better or worse) generally stick to doing the same kind of thing.
I think there's a difference between being disappointed that something is exclusive to a console you don't own and mad at console exclusives full stop. I think it's entirely possible to be thankful for what you own, understand that console exclusives are economically important to the industry, not feel entitled to all games coming out on systems you own, and still be a bit bummed that a game you want isn't coming to one of your consoles.
I'm very sorry to hear Alex has been going through that, anxiety like that is a horrible thing for any person to have to face. His progress is inspiring though and I continue to appreciate his work on the site. I know everyone is not into his style but I like his dry, slightly cynical delivery and the sharp insight that he provides into games and films.
The deal for those with the season pass seems like a really strong move, but I can't help thinking this isn't enough for those who bought the game but not the season pass. Ubisoft are just offering downloadable content for a game people are already soured on.