I stay away from most genres, the only modern games I play these days are fps games and some select rpgs (like Fallout New Vegas). For retro games, I play action rpgs as well as some rpgs and platformers. Rarely pld arcade-style games. That is about it.
Post by Raison D'etritus on Nov 30, 2010 21:52:24 GMT -5
I think it's because games have rules, and you are in control. I know those rules and therefore it doesn't bother me at all.
I've heard that this is why Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem for the GC is so great. I've never played it, myself, but evidently it violates all the seemingly set rules and thus violates your mind in the process.
He who gets screwed by tentacle monsters should see to it he does not become one.
Any games with nothing but eyecandy graphics but very weak plot (unless if I still like it) and nonsense gameplay and violence which is not fun to play (although Left4Dead is so funny to play for me). And I'm also talking about most Western games because they lack atmosphere (and to hell with Keiji "douchebag" Inafune for saying Western games are far more better than Japanese games today only because they make more money). However, I still love to play some FPS games like Valve's games and Call of Juarez but I avoid modern Call of Duty.
Oh and the only sports game I still want to play is SSX3. The rest is just nothing but updates of graphics, gameplay and sound and most of them are just recycled from its last predecessor.