There seems to be a lot of distaste towards the gaming industry as a while, especially AAA publishers, and from across all aisles, like the gaming community, many who share this distaste on Reddit, YouTube, often described as toxic by game journalism, who themselves often publish distaste in other areas (and are largely ridiculed by gamers). Either way, both have harsh words for the industry. From games being soulless rehashes, pay to win, paywalls, microtransactions, censorship, crunch, exclusivity, and on and on it seems the criticism is endless. We all love games and all fans, gamers, journalists, want this to change for the better. So what do you fellow gamers think are the root cause of the biggest problems and what would some solutions be? Publishers like EA seem to get a lot of bad rep, for swallowing up and shutting down small studios, developer drain and of course the gambling, but realistically what other way could things be done?