Bummer. In the gaming biz there appears to exist this certain perception among development teams; you release it, you done with it, its considered up to market quality standard, final per se. Then if you point a bug, something inaccurate, you get a spectacular "Hi. Look for another game then." answer by a person tagged a developer on Steam forums. I miss the real times fans interacted with developers in forums and most common channels, both giving their love for common cause. In fact I rarely buy new games because of this, plenty o' major classics to spin around for the next decade, I prefer to stay in the past else I think we fuel the fire and give new and wise developers that want a quick buck a motive to exploit the market. To each their own, yah, yah.