I absolutely loved to play Battlefront on PS4. I've played for hours and hours with my friends, until it eventually became impossible to play if we didn't own the additional content. I was incredibly hyped for Battlefront 2, I honestly thought they'd fix everything they wronged in the first game. I've played the BETA and loved it, until it was eventually released and reviews came in, stating everything this dude from your video said. And I don't even like Star Wars, I've played all the games, watched Force Awakens on release day but I honestly don't like it.
I absolutely loved to play FIFA 17, the last soccer game I played this seriously was PES 6. I own Pro Evolution Soccer, PES 4, PES 6 and PES 13, but I've never played as many hours in any of those game as I did in PES 6 during my childhood and FIFA 17 just recently. I was incredibly hyped for FIFA 18 because it was the first soccer game I saw improving this much in an yearly release date. The game is now running on my PS4 as I'm witting this. Unfortunately, I've noticed in both games that the matches and most lucrative game modes are biased in order for you to struggle and possibly lose, just so you give up and eventually buy FIFA coins. And I don't even like soccer, I find it to be boring and overpaid.
I absolutely love The Sims. I own Sims 2, Sims 2 Pets, Sims 2 Castaway, Sims 3 and I just pre-ordered Sims 4 for PS4. What changed since the PS2 times? Micro-transactions. They are now selling stuff in packs, such as furniture and clothes, that SHOULD have been released with the full game. In fact, it used to come with the full game and this stand alone DLC's used to be only thing we paid for.
Anthem seems to be a masterpiece, A Way Out is every Prison Break's fan dream come true, Plants vs. Zombies is a lot of fun, Dragon Age and Mass Effect have their fan base, Titanfall is great, Unravel is amazing, Need for Speed used to be great, Dead Space was awesome, Spore was amazing, Mirror's Edge has potential and the Battlefield series are simply my favorite when it comes to warfare.
My point is, they're a big-ass company with some incredibly talented studios working for them, they used to be a great publisher and they can get you playing and enjoying games about stuff you don't even like. Why are they ruining everything with Micro-transactions? The answer is money. It's a business at the end of the day and if they can earn some extra cash doing this, you can bet they will do it to their full extent. The problem is in the gaming community, not in the company itself.