I don't quite like Pandemic for a simple reason.
Basically - because all players have the same knowledge, and same goal, I don't see the need to have multiple players; one person (the alpha player) can just make all the decisions for everyone.
I think the rules say that you're not allowed to show your cards to each other, but you can just communicate this to each other anyway, and so because this rule is pretty much useless we just play that everybody's cards are visible.
So unlike a co-operative game like Hanabi, where you have assymetrical knowledge, and there are very specific rules about what you can tell your team mates, there's no reason why one person (me!) can't just make all the decisions in Pandemic.
Now of course you can argue that it's 'not in the spirit of the game' and appeal to some kind of social conventions to mitigate this, but this can be more difficult in practise when you want to win.
Any fun suggestions for mitigating this issue?