I want games where there's no more lame quick-time events or slow-motion sequences with different angles. Also, I want an end to microtransactions and DLC, besides expansion packs. I also want more fun, lighthearted games like the platformers of the last generation.
What I look for in a gaming site are video reviews, and reporting on games and hardware that will come out in the future. That's why I go to GameSpot most of the time. However, I enjoy Giant Bomb for the videos and the forums.
Unfortunately, I can't really think of anything special (probably due to a lack of research on my part), but for me it would be the next Need for Speed, Battlefield 4, and some more information on the PlayStation 4.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2. I was really excited for it. It had dismemberment, better graphics, better gameplay, but the story was SOOO short. Plus, as a result of LucasArts being shut down by Disney (a.k.a. the Great Satan), there's a slim chance that we will get the much needed sequel after the cliffhanger we were left with.
The whole redesign is just so... so... unneccesary. It just doesn't improve what went before. That's the problem. It's a sideways step.
Beyond that, the general site design philosophy is just one I've never cared for. After the redesign first launched one of the users here called it "Polybomb" and that stuck with me. The site overall just feels like an imitation of the hip-and-trendy design philosophy of the moment. The design of the site itself actually conveys less information than it used to by adopting this awful Metro-esque picturebook design that I have just simply never liked. So while I understand the necessity of the redesign, this redesign in particular just feels like it could've been done a lot better than trying to make it super shiny.