My friend and I discussed this the other night, but it's extremely difficult to pick. I would love to hear other peoples choices
@fordroog: I can't put my finger on it. For a while I was way into it, and I bought the DLC as soon as I could. I felt like the DLC maps weren't very good, and then I started getting bored. With CoD the maps are small enough that you are always getting into skirmishes, and to me that game almost feels like basketball; there's always something happening and the momentum shifts every couple of minutes. The maps in Titanfall suffer from being large enough to support titan combat which makes infantry level combat (which is more than half a match for most players) too spread out. Battlefield has always had this sense of teamwork to me that I never got from Titanfall, and the player count plus the number, the number and types of vehicles, and the spawn system means you are always seconds away from a fight, and the fights feel like they have meaning, and there is plenty of variety. Titanfall just started to feel stale, like I had seen everything there was to see. The biggest variable in the game is the burn cards, but their random nature and the way you will earn/stack a ton that don't fit your playstyle, even though you can dismiss them, didn't keep me wanting to play more.
At the moment it would be Warframe. I'm waiting for the stalker to find me. Some asshole that looks very similar to a Tenno(Warframe), but he hates Tenno's. You can get his attention by killing a boss. He'll randomly appear when you least expect it. This is how you know he's coming.
1. You'll hear his creepy theme song.
2. The atmosphere of the level gives an unsettling vibe.
and 3. He'll taunt you 3 times. Once he taunts you the third time he'll attempt to murder you. If your Warframe isn't strong enough you'll be dead in seconds, hell you won't have enough time to scream, but if you win you'll get blue prints to his weapons. I have one which is dread (A bow). I've manage to kill him before, but he can be a pain in the ass. There's no avoiding the stalker...no where to run, you'll either prevail or fail. I also like the fact the devs act like the Stalker doesn't even exist.
That's a tough one. If it were a game on the PC that could be modded till the end of time, then this is an easy question. However, I don't really play any games like that. I guess Animal Crossing would fit the bill for a game that never ended.
Probably Super Metroid, though. I can always play Super Metroid.
Probably an MMO of some sorts, the best time i've had with games has been playing with friends. I wish Star Wars Galaxies was still around, my friends and I had some much fun exploring the worlds in that game. Other than an MMO I think I would pick Fallout 3 or Skyrim with mod support.
Under the stipulation that I'd be guaranteed the competitive community to go along with it indefinitely I'd choose BF Bad Company 2 since it's among the best multiplayer games ever made (though in reality it's not being played that much anymore even now). My current, realistic choice for competitive multiplayer would be SolForge.
Barring the easy, always repeatable MP choices the answer to everything is always Tetris, obviously.
There's no video game that I would want to play exclusively for the rest of eternity, so I would just give up video games entirely. Also, who is forcing this upon me if it happens? Fuck those people!
It's probably the Video Game Cops, which I guess would be employees of the Video Game King, so blame that guy.
I'd probably choose a racing game or Minecraft. If I had 11 people as good as me to play with then I'd say Motorstorm PR. I'm not the best, but I can hit my laps perfectly a good 60% of the time. In Motorstorm that's enough to cost you eight or nine places since one crash leads to more as you get caught by traffic. Someone is gonna have a flawless race, usually four or five people will. With the original 16 tracks and the 14 expansion tracks and eight vehicle classes there is definitely enough variety.