I've recently gotten into Wildstar. Like it's art style and combat, but the lack of any players while leveling is kind of a downer. So far, I feel like I'm playing a single player game. Also will be playing Dark Souls 3 soon. What about you guys?
PS: Also waiting for Paragon & Gigantic to release soon!
As can probably be guessed, I play a lot of retro games (NES and SNES, mostly). I do have more modern consoles though and just recently discovered Super Meat Boy since it was free on Xbox.
I like platformers like Shovel Knight and Shantae, though I used to be a big fan of more epic games like Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Dragon Age, and of course the Final Fantasy series, but with work and such, I just can't really allow myself to play many games where you say "Oh, I'll just pop it on and play an hour or so....And it's dawn."
I thought about getting Overwatch as I enjoyed it enough during the Beta, but I've been seeing a lot of memes and videos pertaining to it and it seems there's already a considerable amount of salt building up there. Not sure if it's for me!
So on the Blizzard side obviously over watch. However I'm surprised no one else has said HotS.
On the Sony side of things I have a ps4 that I pretty much use exclusively for Uncharted: Nathan Drake collection. Never played them when they came out and I want to know the story before I play 4.
On the Nintendo side of things, yes, I do own a Wii U. I've always been a anintendo fanboy because I love their games. When I rarely do play my Wii u it's to play smash with my friends or use Mario maker to torture said friends.
On the Microsoft side of things, I don't own one of their consoles because I have a soul.
As for Steam, I have like 62 games right now, which is a lot to me but isn't a lot compared to quite a few people I know. Plus my steam account is used by multiple people so some of those games I don't even like. Right now I've very much gotten into civ 5 in anticipation of civ 6. Likewise of playing RCT3 in anticipation of RCTW (please don't suck). I'm also a huge fanboy of the Arkham games and have them all and have played ,last of them multiple times. I'm currently playing through Origions which is the only one I haven't done more than once. Before hearthstone came out and even for quite some while then my main game was TF2. I played that sucker every day non stop. Got good enough to get into some very low level competitive stuff. I eventually quit for a combination of fatigue as well as a dislike for how valve was handling the game.
Finally, there's the retro games. In the recent couple of years I got really big into collecting and playing retro games, although I haven't really been into it the past few months. I do it mainly to experience the stuff I both missed growing up and missed because it came out before I was born. I obviously have a bit of Nintendo with every console from 64 to wii u. Got your swag consoles like the dream cast and Genesis, and thinking about getting as turn soon. PS2 of course. As well as some much older stuff like my father's Atari 2600 and a box full of games. As well as a much more obscure console to people who didn't live through the period called the Colicovision. It was basically an Atari 2600 knock off that did almost nothing but home ports of arcarde games with some pretty good graphics for the time.
Tl;dr: I seriously have no life.
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I returned to this game much like how a recovering alcoholic can relapse.
Got sick of HotS, but I used to be really good at it. Good, as in one of the best Abathurs.
Now I mostly play Souls games (Dark souls 3, Bloodborne, Dark souls 2), XCOM 1 and 2 (2 because I want to clear it, and 1 I'm always running on Impossible Ironman), the new Doom (second run on Ultra-Nightmare as of now), sometimes Borderlands 2 and other games like Hotline Miami or Payday 2 (mostly solo stealth).
Pokemon tcgo, Pokemon reloaded ( fan-made but heavily recommended), Terraria and trove are my main games these days. ¿can we post screenies of the games?, i want to psot some reloaded pictures so badly.