Don't see how complaining about things in a forum is different than doing so on Twitter. Or how telling a company you don't think their product is worth the price they're asking would be bullying.
First off, we don't @nintendo here. In other words, we're mostly talking amongst ourselves, which I think is a healthy way to vent.
Second, something not being worth the price they are asking is much different than "I really wish if enough people called Nintendo out on social media about Super Mario Galaxy 2 that they would add it to this compilation for free."
If you don't think @ing a company and demanding something for free isn't bullying, then you may want to expand your definition of the term. I think requesting Mario Galaxy 2 as a $10 DLC might get more traction and will come off way less entitled and might get you the DLC for free anyway.
I don't take exception with the desire and opinion, I take exception with the method and the intent...and the openness with which you laid out basically an extortion scheme. "Give us what we want, dammit, or we will flood your Twitter presence with bad PR." Kind of an odd thing to do to a company that you "love" and can't wait to enjoy their products. And who knows how much $$$ you're saving or making with your campaign, especially considering we don't know their plans with SMG2.
You literally just did, he's a male gamer who joined in 2007 and has posted here 11 times.
Seriously though, you're being quite silly here. Like, saying people shouldn't openly criticize Nintendo because it's a company they "love". People might love Nintendo's games, in some occasions even some of the people behind the scenes, they might like the way Nintendo handles themselves about a lot of things, but Nintendo is still a worldwide company driven by profit and if they are doing something anti-consumer, then they deserve to be criticized at the very least.
In fact, if you wanna do this thing where you pretend issues with a worldwide company can be a personal thing, let's take it to a more personal level. If a close friend of yours did something repulsive, would you defend them or criticize them? They deserve criticism, if you love them you're probably the most qualified to do it because they'll know you're not just openly berating them for the sake of being a hater, you're doing it because you're genuinely disappointed and want to see them improve. That's how things should be.
That's not how things are when it comes to an average consumer vs. a worldwide company, but in your example, it is still the right thing to do. You might think this collection isn't anti-consumer, and that's okay, but a lot of people see it that way and they're in their right to complain about it. This has nothing to do with the fucking end of the world, either, it's ridiculous to say we can't complain about small things like these just because there are greater issues in the world - especially considering how we really have no control over those whatsoever.
I don't know why you ever got so defensive over a clearly low-effort compilation of old games, but you made yourself look bad while at it. Just go ahead, buy the game, enjoy it, there are a lot of people who will do just that and be fine with it. The games are good, after all. But people are in their right to complain if they think the product could've (or should've) been better, which is probably the case here.