Short Version: When a game is "upgraded" to a point that it can't be run on the hardware that used to be minimum requirements, do people deserve a refund?
Detailed Version: This is a hypothetical but also a serious discussion I had with a friend. As games add more "features", dlc, and the like, there is the possibility for minimum requirements to change, making a system that was once able to handle a game, incapable of doing so. Not everyone is capable of upgrading their machines, so when that happens, a game that used to be playable, is not anymore and is uninstalled and gains digital dust in the Library. Words like refund, entitlement, normal gamers, normal upgrades, et got thrown around and so I'm wondering how people feel about this.
Edit: Another term that came up was "legacy hardware and drivers" if anyone feels that matters.