I've never played a Grand Theft Auto game. No idea why, but the series has never interested me in the slightest. Saints Row 2 is the closest I've gotten.
I think quake and doom are superior in different ways.I think Quake is immensely superior to Doom. The world feels a lot scarier and grimmer than a literal invasion of hell, the powerups are better, and the tech makes it easier to have people later on try it. I think it honestly had more of an impact on gaming than Doom. You can argue that Doom paved the way, but the real trailblazer was definitely Quake. Also its a bit unfair to say this, but the Quake Soundtrack still is one of the best and atmospheric, and no EXTREME ROCK METAL REMIXES on YouTube can fix the fact that Dooms soundtrack was beeping and booping which ripped off Megadeth.
Not a bad alternative. Saint's Row just get more fun and GTA keeps getting less so, since they focus on 'immersion' and 'realism' more than making a fun game.I've never played a Grand Theft Auto game. No idea why, but the series has never interested me in the slightest. Saints Row 2 is the closest I've gotten.
I was bullied for being a nerd my entire life and now I'm at the point I straight up do not enjoy gaming. I want to go through an entire franchise I've never touched before, ie. Resident Evil, but now it's just being remade into the kind of game I'm tired of. Somehow, Switch games have given me some kind of enjoyment lately, maybe because they're offline, has no achievements, and are simplistic (by being on a shit console).Gaming kinda bores me, but the implications of the medium fascinate me. I spend far more time reading and watching essays about games than I do playing them. Maybe I play 4 hours in a week, tops.