a reply to: deadlyhope
Well I cant say which game you should play. But I know which game I am going to be playing next week...Bloodbourne, totally stoked and cant wait.
Even heard they did not make it to pc ie conform to the average crowd and make it easier.
Diablo was fun, back in the day. But the new one, well it...Meh! Whatever.
Skyrim was pretty fun, but it did get old there at the end.
Modern warfare. I bought the new one, played it for about a day, its been sitting in the shelves ever since. The halo games were cool, back in the
day. To tell the truth I cant think of one FPS game now a days which would be good, and the only one Halo 5 is a long ways off.
The sims? The game is just boring, may as well get a chia pet would probably be more engaging.
World of Warcraft? I tried to get into it once, and that was back when I was more into mmos, could not get past the 2 hour mark, the original Guild
Wars were better in my opinion.
I could go on. But really so far only looking forward to 2 games, Bloodbourne and the Witcher 3. There are better games coming out, I could list
them, but those are still a ways off and may be a hit or miss. And all the older games? Well I either beat them or they just dont interest me.
However saying that, there are a bunch of videogames out there now a days more so then when videogames were first picking up on the market, both big
names and indie games.
In fact I think us older gamers are more jaded then anything. If I was a kid and there were this many videogames out back then as there are now,
really I would not know were to start...>But now a days! Meh! Been there done that, and only stick to a few games which really interest me. For the
most part, i think people get stuck into the genres and games or type of games they got first introduced to as a kid. So if you cant find anything,
well maybe you should just take up gardening or go outside and play ball or something.
But ya! Other then that! If you got a PS4 get Bloodbourne next week.