The last game that I liked and played was osu!.
I dislike that todays videogames usually only offer 2-3 different multiplayer modes, while on halo or UT2003 you could play various modes. Just thinking about all the games that have and still are coming from WC3 maps.
I haven't really been playing videogames lately, I'd play skyrim if I hadn't completed it a dozen times. TES6 is the only game I'm looking up to, if it isn't good I won't player videogames anymore.
The only game I play with these days is SuperTuxKart. I like that I can just start it, go for a race or two, and then stop. Every other game looks like they would require investment and commitment and I'm not ready for that.
You're gonna need investment and commitment for a lot of things in life friend.
Sucks that you can't enjoy vidya. They were made for entertainment, not as a job.
There are games that even last less than 5 hours, not even those?
Your right about that but i did play the first one a bit and i can appreciate it being just straight up jrpg combat.
I really like platformers like N, Mirrors Edge 2D and Fancy Pants Adventure. They all have a strong sense of weight to the physics which makes even just running around feel very elegant.
Also tower defense games of course like Onslaught 2, Bloons TD 4, Antbuster, Xeno Tactics, Gemcraft, Bubble Tanks TD and so on.
A good example a crude game is Ray part 1 and 2, which are CYOA games with South Park Creator looking characters were you play a hitman. In the end you get called faggot by the creator if you weren't violent enough.
Also games by some Japanese company called EyezMaze (picrel). I guess they are puzzle games, but the main appeal is just to watch the animations, which are very satisfying and elaborate even if you make wrong decisions.
Been playing a lot of ME: Catalyst, p fun, and the game looks very good as well.
I'm liking it a lot so far, the first one had a lot personality though, so that makes it kinda special, and it still holds pretty well to current games.
been playing a ton of old NES games from metal gear to exitebikes on an emulator, although old they still hold up quite well and i must say those games soundtrack is killer
There are lots of short and medium-length VNs you can play instead if you don't want to invest the time in it. Considering it's your first one, you might not even really like VNs much as a format - you might find them boring anyway.
same. i bought it like five years ago and still haven't come around to play it lmao
The humour is pretty dated as well I believe, that's why that game in particular makes me feel old.>haven't come around to play it
Give it a shot, as dumb as the humour may be, you may dig it.
I've been playing a lot of Tetris. I often play it during lectures, it's a bad distraction.
Did you try Tetris Effect?
If you guys havent played Binary Bomain its an amazing cyberpunk game
It's nothing really that amazing
No it's not, it's just above average
its a almost a satire on videogames and cyberpunk. it takes the right mindset and some esoteric life situations/experiences to "get it" though
Mariokart 8 deluxe and Super Mario Odyssey are definitely worth a play.
I used to be like this, there is hope! You need to work on your patience and concentration. Limit your internet usage and only play games on the weekend or so. Do that for a couple months and you will be able to play a game in one sitting. At that point you are probably able to do other things that take effort as well, such a books or artsy movies (or even somthing, dare i say, more productive).
I've actually having the same issue with pretty much everything else. It feels like I just don't have any motivation to do anything. I tried many times to get my shit together, but keep falling back to 0. But yeah, I've got no choice I suppose, gotta try again. Thanks for reminding me anon!
The Legend of Zelda the Wind Waker.
What if Zelda was a girl? Ever thought about that m8?
Will playing strategy games make me better at thinking strategically? Or only at playing those games?
I've heard people say that playing chess improves decision making skills in life, although I'm not sure how much truth there is to this.
Using your brain is always better than letting it rot by doing nothing challenging. You can think of it like brain exercise.