QUOTE(Giggidy @ Apr 5 2012, 07:07 PM)
Yes, because the people who made your clothes, your computer, your house, your food, etc. definitely didn't do it because they wanted your money.
Well that's the borderline difference between greed and self-interest. Greed is at the point where you've completely forgone quality in favor of money. Self-interest is where you just need to pay your bills and would like to be able to sleep at night. But that isn't what's important here...
Capcom has always been shameless about remaking Megaman 20 times. And they've alienated some of their fanbase, but that's not nearly as bad as the price gouging that EA does.
Square Enix pisses me off with their C&Ds on fangames for franchises they will probably never do anything with, but really that's their own loss. Their quality has plummeted since they merged and they aren't much better than Capcom as far as sequels go.
All of these companies occasionally produce good games, but, as it turns out, money isn't what makes a good game happen. Sure, it helps, but it has proven itself to not be a requirement. Go indie games!
-- Tangent --
Nintendo has always been odd. They're consistently ahead in innovation, but far behind in technological prowess. And it's been that way since the N64. Cartridges. Poor online support. Not enough memory.
They make extremely durable products at a good value, but have little support in repair and warranty. Their customer support has otherwise been pretty good. I don't think they'll ever be the most hated company; they just get more raised eyebrows in America than in Japan.