While I agree that the constant whiny approach is exhausting
*sound of straw breaking camel's back*
You know, while the regulars here who have a negative take on the game are variously colorful, assertive and unrelenting in the ways we dispense shade on this installment, you'll notice it isn't really our prerogative to go about informing other people about how they should feel about the game as if they aren't entitled to feel otherwise, and by and large we make it a point to stick to what we dislike/detest about the game itself, and not about the people who play it and may have responded differently than us. Meanwhile, there's hardly a thread that goes by where someone doesn't pin a target on anyone (and often specific individuals) who defers from the hivemind, often preempting any actual discussion or debate towards a dissenting opinion, as if we're somehow encroaching on their sacred ground. It's model gatekeeping of exactly the sort @Rydgea
was confronting in another thread, and it needs to be said: there is
a pervasive attitude problem on this forum, and it's emanating from one side of the aisle. If you or anyone else feels exhausted by the idea that other people will have and express feelings and perspectives that don't align with yours on a discussion forum, by all means take a break and give yourself space to emotionally recuperate, but nobody is responsible for writing the things you want to read and that's certainly not going to start happening because you demean their sentiments as "whiny."
I do appreciate that the rest of your post, where I think we have points of agreement, but I felt driven to highlight that portion and respond unequivocally. I don't really care at all if people are tonally "nice" but this constant refrain that people, fans and ex fans, should be expected to tow the line a select few have determined to be fitting for the moment is past the point of absurdity. There have been KH games that have been out since the series' origins that people have vocally and effusively argued against at every given opportunity, and in far more inflammatory ways than anything we see now. There was never any excuse for anyone to operate under the illusion that KH3 would be a magical turning point in this regard-- sounds like the problem some people have with setting themselves up for disappointment is decidedly not ours.