I've recently started getting into PC gaming again & just got a PC with better specs for gaming & a few large capacity SSDs but a few of my Steam games just refuse to work & it seems to typically be DLL file issues that go unfixed. Also noticed a few games run into compatibility problems allot of games seem to have with Windows 10. I think its a mix of incompetent developers who are too lazy to fix their screw-ups & a lack of diagnostic & repair tools on Steam. With console games you buy a game it just works no crashing issues(usually) & you never have to download patches or addons or fiddle with a bunch of settings just to get a game to work after paying for it. I find myself trying to get games to actually work more than simply launching them & playing them. The best game I managed to actually play on PC from Steam is maybe the Halo MC collection & all I had to do to get that to work was adjust some video & audio settings, nothing time consuming or tedious such as Fallout 3 for example. Steam should consider developing an all in one diagnostics & repair tool to help fix games that may be broken & checks for & fixes compatibility problems. I can understand why PC gaming is better than console gaming but it still has a long way to go before it can completely replace console gaming. Because of this I"m basically forced to keep my PS4 around.