I'm a fan of 4 as well, although I didn't play any prior to that. DW: Gundam is also a ton of fun too.
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HoN really is an exciting, challenging game. Once you get past the community ( I recommend staying in the No Stat games for awhile as they are a lot more laid back) the game really opens up to a great multiplayer experience. I haven't gotten around to trying LoL yet but I hear its a lot more relaxed. I already payed for HoN so I'm gonna stick with that anyway.
Yeah, going to RIT's Game Design and Development program right now. The program is challenging and requires three quarters/summers worth of internship/work with a company in the field in order to graduate. As far as I know people from the program have been employed at Valve. Microsoft Studios, Volition, Vicarious, and EA.