Earlier this month, publisher EA made the decision to stop offering controversial "online passes" with its upcoming games. It's now getting rid of them for its older games, too.
You're expressing an opinion on something—maybe DLC, maybe DRM, maybe microtransactions or online passes. Something controversial where it's clear that a company is taking advantage of customers. You have worries. You're upset. Enter the Apologist Gamer, here to invalidate your concerns.
And the crowd roars! Except it's more of an "aww man" than an "aww yeah." A warranted reaction when you're required to have a network pass to access the community options on LittleBigPlanet Vita.
In today's profanity and insult-laden Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Skeletal-Minion tells us exactly what he thinks about people that complain about Online Passes and other used sales-thwarting measures.