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#1 Posted by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

World of Warcraft, easily. I played that one pretty much exclusively for 2 1/2 years. Beyond that, I'd say Skyrim these days at 370 hours. Oblivion, KOTOR and the Sims 2 probably follow. I like games with vast worlds I can be creative in. I'd probably love Minecraft if it wasn't so damned ugly.

#2 Edited by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

Jeeves. Dogs are man's best friend so it should have a good man servant name (a "gentleman's gentleman"). Jeeves is classic.

Sadaharu is good, too.

#3 Posted by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

Burning Crusade would get my vote. The game was still growing, the 5-man heroics kept the end game interesting for small guilds, players still had to work hard to advance (none of that 0-to-60 in 5 minutes crap) and the "trinity" hadn't worn itself out. I quit right after I plateaued in WOTWK. The idea of grinding up to all purples again just turned me off. I played for about 2-1/2 years, but I have no desire ever to return.

#4 Edited by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

PS4 porn is guilt free. No damn camera watching you, judging you. Sony lets me shamelessly enjoy Gigantic Ass Mommas.

#5 Edited by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

The "golden age" will always be the late 70's through the 80's for me. We're living in a "modern age" of gaming goodness, but a golden age needs time to properly critique. That's why I hate whenever someone describes a new game as "the best game ever".

#6 Edited by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

Hmm, yes and no. The older I get, the more stuff I refused in my youthful ignorance appeals to me. In my preteen and early teenage years, I was mostly Top 40, in high school I was classic rock, in college it was all alternative with some punk mixed in. Also, my introduction to Jpop was back then. As an adult, I've learned I don't need to restrict myself to any one genre. I can freely enough everything from Buffalo Springfield's Mr. Soul to Perfume's Secret Secret. So, yes what I am open to has expanded over the years, but I haven't abandoned anything I loved long ago.

#7 Posted by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

I have about 8 or so in rotation. Right now, my character from Skyrim is up.

#8 Posted by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

@ramone said:

Call of Duty

I'm not sure if I'd say I can't stand COD, it's just I have almost no interest in it anymore. I used to love it with 2, 3, MW1 but somewhere around MW2, they seemed to abandon the single player campaign for the multiplayer. I don't care for competitive multiplayer all that much for a variety of reasons. Yes, the series did suffer from over saturation, but so does Assassin's Creed. COD just never tried really take the campaign to the next step.

#9 Edited by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

Sounds awesome. Morrowind was a much freakier world than Oblivion or Skyrim, so this mod is quite exciting. The thing I wonder is how will it compare to The Elder Scrolls Online. I have to assume that the MMO will allow you to explore Vvardenfell, the setting of Morrowind, as well.

#10 Posted by PenguinDust (12436 posts) -

Tralfaz