Let me guess - You only read the OP and then responded....
Ultimately it doesn't matter...seems that sixty percent of Earth's popluation is busy spamming some sort of video game somewhere so even if Steam, for the next four years, only releases multi-player only games, I'm not going to run out of stuff any time soon.
I have ultimately realized, however, while other people currently sqaumble over issues like used game sales made legal in the UK hurting game developers - I don't think the developers, themselves, care too much - Basically what we're seeing is that a design house can spit out around 12 MMOs along side twenty hidden object games and forty match 3 titles a year well knowing that only one of each will actually pay off so time / effort VS expected revenue apparently isn't much of a concern.
Incorrect, read the whole thread. I simply find the whole 'complaint' nonsensical. Multiplayer is an extremely broad term covering lots of different game mods and different games. Almost each game offers a unique experience. Some are good, many are shit. Likewise, some single player games are good, many are shit.
Judging the entire multiplayer experience and community on the basis of a couple of games is akin to saying: "I played Oblivion and it was shit. I hate single player."