If someone maintains that their ex-partner was willing for the photos to be used after the end of the relationship, that consent would still have to be proven, according to the new ruling, Ms Weber argued.
That's an inspiration for us all.
Is the "us" in your statement referring to dickheads, people who break shit, people who inflate their own egos, or people who circle jerk? Or are you, as I suspect, all four?
Day one patches are a thing, even on consoles. Should they be? No. But they are.
There does seem to be a reliance on day one patches, but I think you're making the problem out to be worse than it is. Plenty of games were shipped with game crippling bugs before the last few generations of consoles: from ET to Superman 64. And the complexity of games has only increased dramatically.
Additionally, just because a game company can update their game doesn't mean they can do it cheaply. Up until 2013, Microsoft charged thousands of dollars to certify a patch for a 360 game.
Most public domain software is free, at least at first glance.