One of the complaints commonly leveled against PC gaming is that because of it's open-platform nature, it can feel like a gamble if a game you bought will actually work, especially if you're a novice user. Steam has simplified the process of installing and running a game but it's still not a perfect process.
Step in the PC Gaming Wiki 2.0, which aims to make the biggest collection of PC tweaks, tips, and hardware guides on the Internet. Covering topics like save-game location, workarounds, patching, optimization, and hacks, this wiki looks like it could be the one place to always refer to for any PC gaming needs.
I know I for one will be glad to not have to search through numerous forums and articles looking for a particular bug fix. Having all that info in one place seems like a great idea and I'll look forward to seeing the PC Gaming Wiki grow.
Get more destructoid: We're indie-run, blogging for the love of it, and our site will always be free. Optionally, you can support us and get: (1) Faster pages from our cloud server (3) Wide(r)screen (3) No big ads on Dtoid, Japanator, Tomopop, or Flixist (4) Auto contest entries, and (5) Dibs on betas & downloads. Try it out
Unsavory comments? Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our moderators, and flag the user (we will ban users dishing bad karma). Can't see comments? Apps like Avast or browser extensions can cause it. You can fix it by adding *.disqus.com to your whitelists.