I'm being entitled when I complain that the cast is going to waste and the storytelling of the games have problems as a result of their current direction? Praytell, how am I not complaining about the games' merits when I say, "Hey, these dropped plotlines and random instances that aren't explained aren't all that good for storytelling; you should write better" or "You're not utilizing your cast to the best of its potential"?
These happen to be things I don't like, true, but they're also complaints based upon the actual qualities of the games as they're presented to me. So really, what meaningful difference is there in someone complaining about something they dislike being in a game versus someone complaining about something in a game being hogwash? These two scenarios are the exact same. :|
There's a distinct difference in what you said, which are valid complaints that are detailed out compared to "Oh this story sucks, Adventure 2 was so much better" "They should just make another Adventure game, I'm tired of this crap" or "Sega just don't care anymore and should be replaced" that just comes off as straight up whining out of self entitlement issues, Like I said your complaints are viable, its just the way people voice their complaints just makes them seem like a bunch of whiny brats who are upset because they didn't get the toy they wanted for Christmas.