Add in consoles, cell phones, extra skins and other dlc. And then merchandising. They are cleaning house with that acquisition. Not to mention they bought it oversees so paid for it with money that they couldn't bring back to shareholders without being taxed anyway. Whoever landed that deal deserved every stock option they gave him.
The fact that this was even asked shows how sad Slashdot is. We can render 3D games at 100fps but think its the graphics slowing down the web browser. The long pole is network access and the plethora of things that need to all be fetched prior to rendering.
So don't consume it. Price them out and let them go out of business. You don't own the rights, its not your decision. It's there. If that means they go out of business, then that's how it works. You don't have some right to consume it just because you want to.
You can say greed, or whatever all you want. But the fact is it's their content and they should be able to dictate the terms that it is consumed. While you can argue that its all about money, it's really not. It's about control of what they produce. Now that control will translate into money at some point, but the content owners should be the ones setting the terms how that is done.