@masscrack: "Every good book is written for a particular reader and men of his stamp, and for that very reason is looked upon unfavorably by all other readers, by the vast majority. Its reputation accordingly rests on a narrow basis and must be built up by degrees." - This is KotOR II.
"The mediocre and bad book is mediocre and bad because it seeks to please, and does please, a great number." - This is the first game.
Strawman or straw man? Argument? Is it possible to recognize something when you don't even know its proper name? Also, one other thing you've missed. This practice of releasing so many DLCs after release is such an obvious lampoon of how other publishers operate. I question your wit, Keaton sir.
I'm guessing you are not that familiar with their history. They released both Enhanced versions of Witcher 1 and Witcher 2 for free for existing owners. That means they hired some new voice actors to re-do certain parts of the game as well as bring back some original voice actors.
Whereas the company you like released horse armor for 2.49$.
Also, learn how to use quotation marks, Keaton. Yes, they could have put in the game, just like every other publisher could put all those pre-order bonus DLCs in the game, yet they don't.