I have nothing against any company or how they decide to run their business. Because as companies, their purpose is to make money so that their employees can have food on their tables. What I absolutely despise is the widespread ignorance of Capcom, Activision, EA, Ubisoft, Microsoft and Sony consumers who will buy anything that they produce without giving any thought to whether or not rewarding their business practices is harmful to the video game industry in the long run.
Day 1 DLC, early buyers acting as cheap testing departments, "exclusive content", locked on-disc content, annually paid online, remakes made in secret to have people double dip. All of this could have been avoided if people stopped supporting these companies once problems arose, and made serious effort to put an end to it similarly to how they dealt with Microsoft's DRM scandal. But they didn't, and these companies now have no reason to better themselves since they still have the consumer's support.