So, last week I reported on two major publishers stepping on the toes of their core audience with some controversial decisions. Paradox Interactive got into hot water with their fans through DLC price increases and unequal price increases for their older games in poorer regions. At the same time, Take-Two Interactive was crushing modding groups who were allowing gamers to use mods in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, and in their haste they shut down some legitimate groups that only did single-player mods. In both cases, their fans rebelled and left scores of negative reviews on Steam. Things are a little better this week, as both companies decided to respond positively to the controversies.