James Joell-Ireland from wedotech.net writes "When you buy a car, you don't expect several years down the line to be told that the break peddle will be taken away from the car and that your left with having to uses the soles of your shoes to stop it. No, thought not. You don't expect to buy digital satellite to find several years later it no longer has high definition channels. So why then should we accept that if a videogame you buy depending on its online success rate, its servers will shutdown because the game house wanted to save money? It appears some of you do. If you happen to be one of them, then you are quintessentially mad."