I'd ignore it most of the time, in all honesty. Sure, I can still spit on the publisher for the awful attitude, but as narrow-sighted or non-caring this may sound, I care more about the game ultimately than to miss out on a game I'm interested in because of factors like this. I still understand folks who rather boycott a game in a case like this and they tend to have a lot of point about it as well, but as for me, I usually don't feel hesitant to buy a game with a bad publisher. I care more about what the programmers/artists/designers/etc. created than to be held back by the incompetent nature of those who are responsible to deliver the product. There are barely any developers/publishers out there who I feel completely devoted to anyway, so I don't feel any sort of "betrayal towards myself" when I buy a game that I find interesting from a developer/publisher with questionable business practices. That's why I'm saying jokingly that I'm "boycotting" some developers/publishers by only being interested in a handful of their games, and not caring the slightest about the rest.