2014 EDIT: I honestly can't believe this is still going. I think I can change my position a "bit" on this. I do prefer 60fps with fighting games and third person action games, but after playing Alien Isolation on the Xbox One (which is at 30fps) and the PC version, I prefer the semi "atmospheric" look that 30 fps gives as opposed to 60. Again, I think it's because I get dizzy with 60fps first person games. And playing the PS4 The Last of Us something just felt "off" about it being at 60 instead of 30. I know, I'm weird.
But wow, you people really love your frames.
EDIT: To everyone saying this is a silly question, I honestly DON'T LIKE 60FPS. So, I was just asking if there are any others, apparently not. For instance, I don't like that Rage is at 60fps, there is too much going on, and I'm not sure how to explain it, but there always seems to be this "sheen" to games running at 60fps or higher that I don't like. Also games that run at 60FPS give me eye-strain, games at 30 do not. Maybe I have epilepsy or something.
This is something that I've always wondered. I tend to prefer 30fps. I think developers always get shadows, lighting and just better detail with a game running at 30fps. It's part of the reason I like film running (as in movies) at 24fps as opposed to 60fps which a lot of home movies tend to look like to me.
I know listening to the podcast, Jeff is a huge component of games running at 60fps and wants all games running at 60fps, and I hope that never happens. There are certainly some games I rather prefer running at 60fps, mostly fighting games, but I still think a majority of games running at a very smooth (meaning not dropping frame rate) 30 always look better than 60.
And I mostly can see a difference running the same game on my 360 versus my PC. Take Saints Row 3 for example. On 360 it runs at 30fps most of the time, whereas on my more powerful PC it runs at 60fps, and even though the game has a cartoony art style to begin with, it always looks dizzying and nauseating on my PC.
I just don't think 60fps translates well to the eye on a television screen. I always feel games that run at 60fps lose a lot of realism or atmospheric aesthetics.
So what say you? Or have you even ever noticed?