I feel like a tool when I say RPGs, largely because most Western RPGs are not that mechanically complicated when it comes to their combat systems. It's kind of like saying "I'm good at making choices."
Still, I've pulled off some neat (and arguably impressive) shit in Bethesda's games as well as some others. And while I am neither great at RTS or FPS, I was a beast when it came to real time battles in Rome: Total War (like fending off 10,000 angry Huns with a fort garrisoned with less than 500) and crazy good at CoD 2 when I was 14 or 15.
I dunno. From what I've seen of XV it seems Square-Enix has already started e revision process. The mere fact that I am now willing to entertain the notion [I] of entertaining the notion [/I] of playing the next FF is a testament to this.
Batman Beyond without a doubt. That was my favorite show as a kid and even now it still holds up. I bought all three seasons a little over a year ago and positively burned through it.
The combination of scifi and Batman, two of my favorite things, comes together in a really awesome way. There's also a pretty dark undertone to the show that really resonated with me at the time, an impression that never really faded.
Edit: Almost forgot the movie! Love it too, when I was going through the show again I saw the movie once before the pilot and then one more time after the series finale.
You know? I saw a bitchin' Batman Beyond hat the other day. I need to order that thing.
Nah, I don't own one. These days all I have to do is look at my cell, or my laptop, or my iPad, or my DVR, or hell even my microwave. If I find myself in a situation where I need to look at my wrist to tell the time, then something terribly tragic has just happened.
They're outdated, is what I am saying. A relic of the past, if you will. Like newspapers and soap.