Good help. I don't think steam provides that.
I don't like buying a game, and steam telling me I can't install it because my email expired on me, and I forgot my password. Ie. Skyrim. No I don't have the CD anymore.
When impulse, or GameStop got sold I lost master of Orion 1, and 2. That was annoying.
I can't play my dungeons, and dragons anthology on gamers gate annoying.
Let's go back to steam. I don't like limited download speeds.
Games I bought I can't play anymore sins of a solar empire.
For reasons I don't use phone security to log into steam. Steam doesn't let me comment on it's forums, for this reason. This is annoying.
steam will lock up if you don't have the internet even, in offline mode. This happened to me when I didn't have the internet.
I would like my games secure, even when impulse, and GameStop sold.
Now, optimally it would be nice if old games could run new machines. There were a couple of games I had to unbuy on steam for this reason. I would like to see old games that utilise new hardware. Steam has a free to play section. I would like to see a section where there is code from bankrupt companies. So some one could pick up a game that is basically legal, because it doesn't exist anymore. Or games that are so old that they don't use their trademark. If I understand this it is three years. Even if the games were other platforms this is a new section also, it could be modified for windows.
Not having the executable on my computer, but on steam only is annoying.
Steam let's me add other people's games to the list, but if I have to reinstall my games for some reason I can't do it from my list. This is how I lost distant world's. I would like to be able to load some one else's games into the platform. So if I forget a password I don't lose the game.