The game is nearing the end of its life anyway.
Also, I tend to go by the mantra of "majority rules", so I have to take kicks when I'm outvoted and by the same token, believe that when the majority playing the game are happy, which they are generally, then something is being done right.
...well, Take-Two just committed to extending the lifespan of the game beyond previous plans, so that's not entirely accurate.
And there's a difference between 'majority is happy', and 'something is turning a profit, so we assume the majority is happy'. Take, for instance, the BayFormers movies - critically panned, largely a joke with audiences, and yet they still rake in megabucks, due to them being the sort of easy spectacle you can dump the kids in front of for a few hours, or sit back and watch context-free 'splosions in between texting your mates and eating snacks (no, really, that's what people tend to do through those movies in the theatre... ).
Does 'box office success' in that manner mean 'the films are good, audiences are satisfied, and as a result there's nothing about them that could do with improving'? Absolutely not. But once again, that's the problem with 'voting with your wallet' - can't say it enough, but paying up-front for something, then being dissatisfied (or even just having mixed opinions) doesn't register. Your dollars (in-game or real) only go one way: 100% unanimous support. Or you don't pay, in which case you can only vote 100% against - no nuance or specificity either way.