A fee can be in the best interest of the consumer if the money is used to pay for additional game development and not just upper profits. I think it should be the direct responsibility of the retailer, incorporate the fee into the price of the used game.
We don't go home and pay sales tax. It should be like that.
Having to buy the used game, and then go home and have a second charge online, and a possible license key input puts too much burden on the consumer and makes them feel like its against their best interest.
I am sorry public for not realizing Sony didn't comment or officially announce yet weather or not they will charge a fee for used games. We still don't know yet if the Xbox One is the only one doing this yet.
Don't misunderstand, I agree with that sentiment about Sony 100%: If they were to come out and announce that the PS4 would incorporate a similar used game strategy then they would be just as guilty and liable to criticism as Microsoft. That said I believe that the larger the outcry from consumers regarding strategies designed against their best interests will provide less incentive for other companies to follow Microsoft's example. Only time will tell in the end.