Re: RPS Demands: 10 Things All PC Games Should Do

Graham Bennett writes:

"We've all had frustrations while playing our favorite PC games: unreasonably long install times, poor key mapping and save files hidden in seemingly random folders. Thankfully, Alec Meer over at Rock, Paper, Shotgun has quantified ten of the most fundamental design flaws that can give PC gamers grey hairs at a premature age so developers are finally aware of their taboos and can avoid them in the future. While his list is most certainly true, it seems to be centered around single player games and I think a few more items should be added to the list that specifically relate to multiplayer."

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