It's still relatively new for me, so I haven't burnt out on it yet.Oh, I love ze german TDs. Hetzer and StuGs and E25. Last one is fun, but I die a lot. Still fun though
But been a while since I've been playing WoT. Might have to do some rounds again; I still have it installed.
I am not familiar with that game... I played the heck out of UO, back in the late 90s-early 00s. Then moved on to Lord of the Rings Online.Trying out Legends of Aria. Still not played enough to really decide what I think about it. Supposed to be a modern version of UO. Can't imagine anything could be as completely awesome as that was...
I couldn't get past building a fire in the cave after the crash. I have poor night vision and the game is so dark I couldn't make out what I was supposed to do. Quit in frustration. I really wanted to give it a go.Still playing The Long Dark. Becoming one of my favorites.
ESO looks really good, I wish I jumped on that boat when it was released.My number one game is still Elder Scrolls Online. But I also just downloaded good, ol' Crysis 1 because it was fun back then and fun now.
My main character on ESO is level 1061 (even though I can only apply 810 of those Champion points). I've invested so much time and money into this game that I can't seem to quit. I was super upset that we got screwed out of any more applicable champion points when the Elsweyr came out recently. Nice of them (ZeniMax) to punish us for spending so much money on their glitchy game.
Anyway ... I still love the graphics, the action, and the story line.
You can still get into ESO. There are lots of social guilds who go out of their way to help new players achieve lots of success. I'm pretty much a loner (solo player) but I do belong to a couple of guilds who work together to take on dungeons and bosses. I've been playing since day one but have only achieved slightly more than 50% of the possible achievements.ESO looks really good, I wish I jumped on that boat when it was released.
So does / did LOTR online.
Last MMO I got into really hard, other than a brief stint with Wildstar, is Star Wars: The Old Republic.
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I'm absolutely hopeless at first-person shooters. I suck, plain and simple. Too much twiddly-thumbing on a console controller, and too much mouse-movement overshooting with me...back in the days I bought a mouse-thingy for my PS3 with the hope that I was gonna rule a bit more. Turned out I was just as useless with that, having lost mouse/keyboard muscle memory while playing PS3...I'm playing LOTR: Shadow of War on my PS4 right now, waiting for Death Stranding and the new Call Of Duty Modern Warfare to come out. I don't play many shooters like Call of Duty but every once in a while. The trailer for this one looks REAL in a bunch of places and it really triggered the IGN staff when they played it, so it looks like a must-have to me.
I had Shadow of War for a while but Dark Souls 3 came out when I was just starting to play it and that cost me just about a year of playing with folks online in Dark Souls. So...now I'm back to Shadow of War to finish it. I had just finished "Days Gone" before that- that was interesting but not as good as I'd hoped it would be. Spider-Man before that- which is awesome!
Yeah, I used to be pretty darn good at Unreal Tournament on the PC with my mouse. Definitely very different on console! I don't do much at all of the online parts of those shooters, just mostly play the campaigns. The only game I've played a ton of online with is the Dark Souls series. It's something I keep going back to as well.I'm absolutely hopeless at first-person shooters. I suck, plain and simple. Too much twiddly-thumbing on a console controller, and too much mouse-movement overshooting with me...back in the days I bought a mouse-thingy for my PS3 with the hope that I was gonna rule a bit more. Turned out I was just as useless with that, having lost mouse/keyboard muscle memory while playing PS3...
Still, I'm gonna get Death Stranding and the new CoD: MW. They both looks absolutely awesome.
I've actually heard about some others with the same problem. And my girlfriend is not happy with FPS games, although that is more an epileptic thing, not so much motion-sickness (for lack of a better term). She can't play very long at all, so tend to stay away from them altogether.Here's a funny thing... If I haven't played a first-person shooter in months or longer, when I first start a game like CoD I need Dramamine and/ sea bands for the first few days of playing. Otherwise, I get REALLY sick. Something about the first-person view and refresh rates. Once I do that and have a few hours into the game, I'm fine. Then if I take another 6-month break or so from playing an FPV game....it will happen again the next time I try. I've run into a few other people that have the same issues and they're all 30 or older. Is that weird or what?
Yeah, it's very odd and I would definitely call it motion sickness. Especially weird how it's like I build up a tolerance and then am fine. It doesn't make much sense to me, but oh well. My doctor just looked at me funny and had no clue.I've actually heard about some others with the same problem. And my girlfriend is not happy with FPS games, although that is more an epileptic thing, not so much motion-sickness (for lack of a better term). She can't play very long at all, so tend to stay away from them altogether.
The Division 2 is boring. It’s a constant grind of the same mechanics.