Just because we drive bad ass trucks, doesn't mean we can't have our nerd side. So any gamer's out there, and what do you like to play?
I stick mostly to computer games, such as World of Warcraft. Love my PS3, favorite games are the God Of War series, and just about any racing game.
I game quite a bit. PC only; I have no consoles. I prefer shooters like BF3 and real-time strategies like Starcraft 2 - which I am currently playing the Heart of the Swarm expansion that came out last week. I never got into WoW. I've never been much of a fan of RPGs.
I put down WoW numerous expansions ago because it went from challenging to easy mode ... and also because I was fed up with Blizzard handing easy purples to people right before a new expansion. I'm glad I did, too. Pandas? Pet fights? Really? World of Yawncraft...
P.S. I miss the days when undead had WoTF -and- their trink on no shared cooldown (i.e. a racial ability that really meant something). I miss 40-man raids. (Running a guild catering to 25's and progression is far, far easier than it was for 40's.) I miss high rep being a requirement for heroics, as it meant you could meet truly committed people in heroics ... and made them good recruitment locations for a progression guild. I think 20 bazillion mount options is stupid. I think it's absolutely retarded that you can have both alliance and horde on the same account as it means you can now talk to the other faction ... and I feel it's completely weaksauce that you can server transfer. WoW is a casual game, now ... which is why I left it.
Lol, That was like reading Chinese! I am not a "real gamer" so I have no idea what that meant! Until I had kids I often played Madden football on my ps3, now the system is basically used to play dvds. J?ust don't have the time.
Originally Posted by SurrealOne
Have an X360 myself. My favorite thing to play is the Mass Effect trilogy. I'm one of the weird people who actually liked the original ending of the third installment. Don't get me wrong I enjoyed the added content of the expansion, but I enjoyed the simple original ending.
I also play the most recent Fallout games, Ace Combat (like 6 more than assault horizons), Boarderlands, and Burnout:Revenge. Something about getting extra points for aggressive driving after a stressful commute home is satisfying!