I don't see the issue.A developer created a game whose model runs counter to what the consumer is used to, and they're surprised that people react badly?Take a look - this is an ecosystem created by Angry Birds, Flappy Bird, Candy Crush and the like. This is what people think mobile gaming is. To expect the culture to change for you is absurd. It's going to take years of "traditional" model releases, combined with a retreat from free-to-play, for mobile consumers to acclimate.And think about it, are we any better? How many people here don't buy PC games unless they're on the next big Steam/GOG/Insert Platform Here sale, where we can get it for the price of a happy meal? People may not want to admit it, but we're seeing a change in the PC space as well, where massive sales have conditioned gamers not to open up their wallet until a game is stupidly discounted.This is why we'll never see Sony and Microsoft embrace the Steam sale model. They're terrified beyond measure of what's happened to PC and mobile happening to their platforms, and quite frankly, they have every right to be.@danterion said:Does Patrick realize that most of the people playing Candy Crush are women? Does he have an issue with Candy Crush players?SEXISM! Call Anita Sarkeesian!