My 2 eurocents.
1. Save Anywhere
This can really decrease the quality and challenge of games. Saving anywhere is not something I want to see implemented in every game at all.
2. Games Should Cost $.99-$29.99
I'm willing to pay 40 to 50 euros for a game (57 to 70 USD, which is still cheaper than the average price of games out here). Creating games is costing more and more these days. 30 dollars just won't cut it.
3. Reasonable Graphic Choices
This is mainly aimed at PC gaming and I agree that gaming hardware necessities are way overboard. Graphics cards which are more expensive than an Xbox 360 or a PS3 are just ridiculous.
4. Single Player Games
I want to see more emphasis on single player gaming again as well. I've played multiplayer games for a long time but now that multiplayer games are truly becoming big I'm already bored with them. These days I only play multiplayer games VERY rarely. The pressure to make everything multiplayer online gaming can really annoy me at times.
5. Cooperative Games On One Screen
Indeed, multiplayer games can be a lot more fun with the people you're playing with/against next to you in the same room. With the rise of online multiplayer gaming on consoles this type of gaming has decreased, something which I don't like at all.
6. Multi-player Games: Play Anytime, Find Friends Easily, No Fees, Voice Chat Not Necessary
Sounds good to me. The 'need' for voice chat has increased a lot and I don't really like it. (Though I understand why it has increased. In multiplayer tactical FPS gaming you don't really have the time to type everything.)
7. "Casual" Games Don't Have To Be Simple Games
Of course they don't HAVE to be but the very nature of 'casual gaming' is that it's easy to just pick up and play. Thus requiring simplicity.
8. Games Do Not Need to Be 5.5 GB To Be Good
Again, mostly applicable to PC games.
9. No need to be "mature" for the sake of being "mature"
I agree wholeheartedly. And more than that, Mature =/= Violence, swearing, drugs, etc. A mature story is something I want to see more as well.
10. Yes To One-Time Fees, No To Monthly Fees
I am principally against having to 'pay to play' so I agree with this as well.