The people calling his tweets "unprofessional" and saying he "didn't have to air out dirty laundry". One of this site's own moderators' reaction was "Wow, I'll be shocked if SEGA ever wants to work with him again." Maybe that's technically true, but the way that's worded implies it's Stealth's fault for speaking out, not SEGA's fault for mistreating its contractors. As if SEGA dropping their relationship with him for this would be a totally natural and understandable reaction to have. I myself had a similar reaction before, but after thinking about it, it's a foolish attitude to have, even as a shocked initial reaction. At the end of the day, professionalism is bullshit. It's a tool corporations use to control their employees and intimidate them into never exposing bad behavior, because they might lose their careers, which would totally be their fault, apparently.