We're used to it, that's why. Getting a half-finished game is the rule, not the exception - it'll be "done" when they stop issuing updates for it. Incidentally, this has been Microsoft's modus operandi for decades. We're used to that too. Every single one of us that buys a game and sends in a bug report has basically paid for the privilege of being a beta tester in exchange for getting early access to a game. That's one way of looking at it, since if the game was held back until it was "done" done, we wouldn't be cracking jokes about Duke Nukem Forever, because DNF's development cycle would be the rule, not the exception. And what'll be really hilarious is if DNF releases in a half-finished state too, like Daikatana. Anyone remember Daikatana?