I wanted to complain about your decision to make "Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare" an online only game and to require Xbox Live Gold in order play. Our 10-year-old son had been looking forward to playing this game for a long time. He loved the the previous versions of the game. He was extremely disappointed when he found out that he couldn't play his game without having to be up-sold additional services from your company. We absolutely object to your exploitation of young children and their desires to play a game by requiring them to purchase the additional service.
We recently had to spend $130 on an additional hard drive so that our other son could play "Need for Speed-Rivals", which required additional storage space.
Well we've had enough. This illustrates for me your attempt to addict new generations of children to on-line gaming as your only hope for future revenue. We'll have none of it. We're going to have our kids involved in other activities such as playing outside, reading, and being creative.
Great marketing: you drove us out of the market and you've alienated a 10-year old. This is on par with your other stellar business decisions lately, like Windows 7 & 8 and Surface. I guess you're trying to cover losses in those other business units. Sad.
Extremely dissatisfied but liberated.
(Written on an iPad. I get the irony, but I wonder if you do.)