The mess that is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided seriously put me off of the industry as a whole. The series is too corporate now. It's turning into everything I hate about the gaming industry: shady DLC practices, a surgically defiled storyline that ends with sequel-bait, microtransactions, and an awful PC port with crashes and bugs. I won't buy the "new" Tomb Raider for PS4 if Square-Enix ends up charging full-price. The game's been out for almost a year on the Xbox One. I'm not paying $60 for that. I don't care if all the DLC is included. It's the principle that matters. If Final Fantasy XV is not a good game, I might have to turn in my Square-Enix card and wait to buy future games from the used bin.
Atlus is the only gaming company I follow that's still decent these days. They're not AAA. That's probably why. Persona 5 and Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse next month should keep me busy for a while. I doubt things will have calmed down for me by then. I'll let those two titles distract me for a while, anyway.