Mmm, no, I'm not suggesting to relocate because you can't play a game. I'm suggesting that the user should be well aware that he needs a good internet connection. If the user moves to a place with a crappy internet connection, that's the user's problem. When the user asks for help, what else can anyone do besides tell the user to get a better internet connection?
Absolutely; a smart consumer will check the requirements. However in most countries internet infrastructure is a Government responsibility. I don't think the average user will build an exchange because their neighbourhood has a poor connection. And what of the stores who sell boxed copies of games that still insist on downloading from Steam. They will have to deal with lost sales when the (smart) consumer reads the requirements and foregoes a purchase. A store owner won't know what areas of their city have good or bad internet infrastructure and adjust stock to suit. "Get a better internet connection," is not constructive advice. Consumers will get the best available internet they can afford and are physically able. Perhaps services like Steam should not assume that because the internet is fantastic where they are, the same is true for the rest of the world.
I still think Q is Michael's alter ego. Or evil twin. Or something like that.
It is his purpose to un-balance the equation.
Your conspiracy isn't so exquisite i will show you how this works:
I think Michael's plan is to beat all the censorship Nazis just by tolerance my person in his forum and
who is more evil: the man who do the hit or the man who permit the hit?
And by permitting the hit he do provoke the hit! This means he wants that! he likes it! he love it! He loves the body's screaming when they are wounded!