The old saying goes: you can't please everyone all of the time.
Except in the case of the Counter-Strike community, a gathering of gamers who are notoriously impossible to please. You can't even make them happy with free stuff, as it turns out.
The Latest Thing That People Shouldn't Be Angry About But Are Anyway: a three minute trailer for a new documentary called CS:GO Player Profiles. The name of the full video probably won't be called that, but that's what's listed on the Steam page right now.
The page is pretty clear about what you're getting:
Clear as mud. "Watch the Recap Video in Steam today and the player profiles will be added to your Steam Video Library automatically as they are released!"
This, by the way, is free. But you wouldn't be able to tell that from looking at the user rating or the reviews posted so far.
Does it really matter if it's on YouTube? The content's still free on Steam.
The main point of contention seems to be that the page lists the video as having 50 minutes running time, although that little detail is a lot harder to see than the paragraph which basically says "you'll get the full video for free later, watch the recap now".
Still, queue the rage.
There has been some pushback amongst viewers, although the current user rating of 54% is an indication of the community's cantankerous nature.
Some people cannot be pleased. Even with free stuff.