Hm, I'm not sure I agree with your sentiment (respectfully, of course). Videogames are played because they are something that is entertaining, right? So why wouldn't people be allowed to desire changes to a game that they didn't like aspects of? Voicing your opinion and offering feedback can be a productive way to make future things better.
BotW is a 10/10 in my opinion. Overall, I felt the game got to be too easy on my first playthrough. I'm thankful for the changes brought in Master Mode. Would you have preferred not having an extra option such as this in the game?
I dunno, but it seems like you just made a list of all the negative things you heard about the game and played it off as if the collective whole of them was each individual person's opinion, and made it sound as if it was getting annoying hearing all of these complaints. When in reality, it might be ten different people each saying one thing they didn't like about the game, with none of those ten people having been annoying individually, but if you lump all ten opinions together and treat them as a single argument, you can twist it in a way that makes it sound tiresome.
But I don't mean to offend you. I think I understand what you are trying to say, just the way you said it came off as if you were complaining about other people criticism. It seems like you prefer when things are not optional, and you like when a game is played the way it was envisioned to be played by the developers. Since Zelda is a fantasy RPG, you like to play the game as if you are Link, exploring the world in an organic way. And that's cool, too. Personally, I always play games with a completionist sort of mentality. Rarely do I ever fully complete a game, but I generally try and collect and explore everything along a given path. When it comes to watching others play games, I like watching speedruns, which is a completely different playstyle to my own.
People surely are allowed to express criticism but then they must also be aware that their criticism might not hold any value. I admit that my post was kind of harsh and generalizing, thus shouldn't be taken literal. My list was clearly nothing but an exaggeration.
What I tried to say is that the complaint about having to stop playing because it suddenly started raining is nonsensical because you can simply do something else instead of climbing. It's like trying to smash a wall that appears in front of you when you could easily just walk around it. And so I do not regard this as a valid complaint. It's just stubborness that prevents you from progress.