Recently a number of high profile situations have brought up the issue of entitlement with gamers. In days of yore Nintendo and Sega would bring out new consoles and you’d know very little about it until you saw one for yourself. I can’t imagine anyone petitioned Nintendo about region locking the N64 by having oddly shaped cartridges or Sega for the limited battery life of its handhelds; they were simply facts about the products and either you bought them or you didn’t. This year every little detail of the upcoming console launches (particularly the Xbox One) have been poured over by thousands of fans worldwide and then much of it has been used as ammunition for campaigns and quests to try and get things changed. Oddly enough, it actually worked – but is this a good thing?