Well, I'm not going to list all the games I played, but I will say, The Last of Us is my favorite, it's also the only game that I could say is one of my favorite games not only of the generation, but ever.
How is Aliens even on the list? You have some plain out bad games on the list, and ones that are polarizing. Since you have Aliens on there, you should have the arguably worse game, Star Trek (both of which should have been great).
At home, a little of both, at restaurants, sometimes the same, but sometimes the burger first and then the rest of the fries. Never all of the fries first, that's just kind of... Weird. If I were on my way home from a restaurant, I guess I would have some fries first though. I don't go to restaurants that much though; maybe once or twice a month.
I don't know, but I'm guessing no. I still haven't gotten either one, but I know I'll be getting all three at some point. The thing is, is that it's different. I was in high school when the last came out, so just by that it feels largely different.
Not this game specifically, but in general, I don't mind microtransactions in future games to come as long as that individual game doesn't make it a requirement to have a full game experience. I believe Dead Space 3 did it perfectly. It was there, but it was completely unobtrusive to me. Let's take a fighting game for example, say if you have only a select few characters to play; then you have to pay money for more characters, and the price for that is over a regular priced, sixty dollar game, then I don't like that at all.