Do MMOs count? If so, I've been playing EVE Online almost since its release. I jumped on about a month after it released and hated it. Then got back in with some friends less then a year later and fell in love with it and have playing it on and off since. My main character's 10th birthday is in 2 months or so. As for a game that doesn't get updated regularly, I play Mass Effect and Halo yearly. But the oldest game that i play regularly (maybe once a year) is Fallout. I usually play it for a day or two till is crashes and dumps my save. Most older games would require me to pull out some older consoles or something.
I listened to the OXM podcast. One episode they had a guest from GamesRadar on and he plugged TalkRadar at the end. I decided to try that out and ended up listening to TalkRadar weekly. One episode they had Jeff on and talked about the Bombcast so I checked it out.
These are the only movies I bother going to the theater for. If I'm gonna drop $20 on a movie I want to know I'm going to have a fun time watching them and Marvel hasn't let me down yet. It's become a tradition for my brother and I. Every movie, opening day at the Imax in a theater over an hour away. During the drive and the wait in line we "nerd out" over what we think will happen in the movie, if any new characters will show up, or what the after credits scene will be. I used to hate opening day shows but the laughter at an Iron Man joke or a cheer when Hulk rag-dolls Loki is something I hate to miss now. (The way the audience went nuts at the Thanos reveal at the end of Avengers is one of my favorite movie memories, even though I doubt even a fifth knew who he was) It's become more than just seeing a movie for me, and its all because Marvel is doing such a great job connecting their franchises together. That Infinity War Trailer gave me chills because of six years of build up. I love this stuff and knowing that I get to do this for 5 more years is very exciting to me.