To the people mentioning spoilers. As far as I saw in these forums, there wasn't any spoilers, unless they said (Spoiler Warning, or Spoiler Alert) way in advance of any actual spoilers. They may have alluded to scenes of in game content, but nothing was spoiled for me during any of the conversations about cut content. I know, because I was in the center of many of those conversations, and at no time did I see anyone even come close to ruining something that hadn't already been released at the time. Also, telling them not to complain about cut content, is why veteran players haven't even been bothered to make the switch to this version. I'm not a veteran player, but I'm glad they said that we were getting what I see to be an inferior version of the game, at least in regards to content censorship, or outright removal.
As for veterans talking about waiting until x weapon is released, is dumb, and smart at the same time, depending upon your play style. Dumb in that many new players will want to jump right into the content, and holding off on getting the next most powerful weapon at the time, will make it impossible to do some of the new content, yet smart in the sense that if you hold off on it, you can stockpile enhancing resources, and the necessary meseta. It all depends upon your wants as a player.
Telling players to hold off on overall criticism of the story, was and still is reasonable, as Episode five was a major improvement from four, as four felt like something quickly created on the spot, to explain how the protagonist gains certain abilities after the events of episode 3.
I get that some of you don't want to be told x thing so that you can enjoy your user experience, so may I suggest you stop using the forums, or just block the users brining up those topics until well after episode six, so that those of us console users new to the game, that want the full experience of the game, and not a cut one, can continue to ask for it. Just because you don't care either way, and are indifferent, doesn't mean that every console user is.
Telling veterans far more dedicated to this game, not to be here, because they aren't wanted, or because they are upset that they aren't getting the same user experience is both unwise and selfish. How many of you plan to actually stick around as long as they have? How many plan to support the game for as long? The user fall off overall these last few months, even with consecutively added new content is telling. Most of those, I guarantee you were new players, and some were likely veteran players that were tired of not having that aforementioned user experience.