I've been playing games for sometime now, and there are certain things that really irk me: - Annoying bugs, spiders, bats, mechanical frogs, crabs in first-person shooters. I can understand why the crabs are in Half-Life, since they are part of the story, but what about the little critters in the crystal mines in Jedi Knight 2?? Who decided that they're fun to shoot at? - Obligatory "stealth" levels in first-person games. Yeah, stealth is fun, but only in the context of the game. Do we really need a stealth level in action-heavy Red Faction, or even in Jedi Knight II? I like one caption I read in IGN for their Red Faction review: "I'm playing in stealth mode, which means I kill twenty of the thirty guys in the level." - Jumping "puzzles" in first person games. I want to play Jedi Knight, not Super Mario 64. - Bosses that have stronger "forms" in console games. You thought you beat them, but they morph into something bigger. - Magic that becomes useless in console RPGs. Sure, the sleep spell works when you're like level 5, but do you ever think of using it at higher levels? I'm sure there are more - do any of you have any?