I really like smash bros so I have some idea of a hope for this game.
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I will definitely give the podcast a listen for a few weeks and see what I think of it. After having lived in Japan for a good portion of my life, I very much enjoyed the Japanese Video Game lifestyle, and was a Monster Hunter Fanatic for a good period of time there, so I would love to listen to more of what is happening in Japan.
@Humanity: That is a great question actually, and the thing is that I am not sure yet, I will figure that out though. With skyrim the only thing that I would be iffy about would be that the combat can be, I guess, unwieldy at times, but I think considering the depth the world of Skyrim has I think he would enjoy that aspect of it.
@Jay444111: Yeah unfortunately he does not seem to be into getting into using a game pad with thumbsticks, (which I am sorry I did not originally mention in my post) which kind of limits some PC games even. He is very much going to be a PC only player, and doesn't want to get into Thumbsticks. I will definitely see what he things of Fallout 3 thought and make sure to mention the VATs system. I will also have to see what he thinks of Skyrim.
@RedRavN: Dragon Age Origins might be a good option actually, I had forgotten about that one. Question though is it necessary to pause the combat and choose what your companions do to succeed at the game, because he would very much be into developing and controlling a single player. Maybe on easy that would be an option. Will definitely let him try out Portal 2 and see what he thinks of that, personal favorite of mine as well.
@PerryVandell: Yes definitely going to see if he will play Torchlight II when it comes out, which I am hoping has a deeper story because the first one was very light story wise, and I should be able to play Torchlight II with him as well which will be good. Great Suggestion.
Thank you guys for the suggestions so far!
Hello hello duders,
Well I have a friend who is in his fifties, and later in his life he started getting into some games (diablo [I, and II], Everquest, and eventually World of Warcraft). He has really gotten into World of Warcraft and has been playing for six years or so, and decided to go and purchase a good rig and monitor. He personally really likes to immerse himself into a world and story, and thus he has devoted a lot of time to WoW and enjoys delving into that world. He is planning on playing Diablo III but I have been thinking about trying to expand the genre and company of games he can play. He would not really be into most first person shooters, and real time strategy games, from the short time he has played, hasn't done anything for him. Preferably it would be a game with a deep and compelling story, in which the gameplay elements aren't potentially overwhelming (some aspects of Witcher might not be the greatest thing). What suggestions do you guys have, so I could try to expand his horizon on games he can play because there will be a time where he either tires of WoW, it is no longer supported and he is not really into whatever the Titan project blizzard is working on. Any help would be appreciated and I want to give you guys a thank you in advance.