Unfortunately, most of these publishers are so concerned with quick profits that they are actively sabotaging their future profits. It�s a cleverly self-perpetuating system, which lets them blame their failures on last week�s business decisions because this week�s business decisions are going to fix all of that. It�s not difficult to see that most of the good will toward these companies, especially Capcom and EA, has dried up over the past couple of years, and their DLC output has had a large hand in that. If these companies want to have a better time selling their games, they should consider offering good games at better prices. But it seems like they're more interested in online passes and making superfluous crap to sell for their games than actually making the games themselves.
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