Releasing games that are broken
Having games hit the market in a broken state has happened throughout the history of gaming, but only in recent years has it been so prevalent. It seems as though every month there's another game to add to the list that's suffering server issues, littered with game-breaking bugs, or won't run at all. You'll remember games like Diablo 3 and its "Error 37" woes, just as an example. While there will always be unforeseen issues in the world of video games, they shouldn't be this prevalent.