I think everyone has those games that they will never stop playing, no matter how old they get. Games like Half life/Half Life 2 and Uncharted 2 will always be fun in my opinion and no matter how many advances in gaming there are I will always play them. What games are like that in your opinion? Are there any games you will never get bored of?
For me its Arkham City, and Assassin's Creed(any of them) for more recent games. Older games, it would have to be N64's Goldeneye. I have spent many of hours trying to beat my brothers in the matches, but I have yet to do so.
I will re-play any bethesda RPG over and over, if i get bored, just make a new class and start over. Fallout 3/NV, the elderscrolls series, they're just so good. Although if i just want stupid fun you can't beat a saints row 3.
Half-Life 2, Fallout 3, Elder Scrolls Skyrim/Oblivion, Mass Effect 2, Rachet and Clank, Jak and Daxter, and Halo 2. Not sure if you guys like this game, but I like replaying The Darkness (the first one). Multiplayer was broken, but the story and voice acting in that game was amazing! I just love listening to Mike Patton voice the Darkness!
Let's see...Super Mario Bros. 3, Sonic the Hedgehog 3, Ocarina of Time, Final Fantasy VII, Twilight Princess, Arkham Asylum & City, all Assassin's Creed, all Halo, all Uncharted, Star Fox 64, New Super Mario Bros Wii (multiplayer is so much fun), all Mario Kart, all Dead Space, Resident Evil 4, and many more I could list.
To me the games that never get old are 1: Minecraft Reason: It keeps updating.....you can infinity do anything and add your own achievements and a butload of mods so you can book hours and hours of game play
2: Elder Scrolls games: Reason: Once again tuns of mods and the game in insaynly long if you play threw it and upgrade everything and once agian try to make your own achievements for the game
3: Dungeon Defenders: Reason: The campaign is not long at all but the challenges are a good difficulty and a good amount of levels and the leveling rate is not bad except the fact you can get power leveled.....a lot of different classes you can master....and when you are done the game you can try to beat survival mode.....i have like 4 modded items and survival is still impossible to beat alone so your going to need to spend a lot of time on that
4: World of Warcraft Reason: This is the last game on my list....the fact pvp is just amazing and long to grind and so is raiding u can make a massive amount of friends in and outside of the real world and its a good place to just pretend to be someone else and the graphics are shitty enough that you don't need a massively good computer to play and its still beautiful to see you can rather kill people and or monster or just role play
(I know there will be other games these are jjust the ones i allwais went back to no matter what <3 i hope you guys enjoyed this)
Dungeon defenders class system also makes it much funner, You can have a class just for towers or build a high dps class like the huntress, give the game so much replayability, also the hardest difficulty is impossible without a full team of max levels, or i just suck.
Halo CE (I could play that amazing campaign over and over again), Minecraft (Do anything you want), and WoW (I don't have a specific reason, but it Blizzard sure does have a fine job of making me resubbing)
I agree completely. I've played through both games trying to find every creepy, exciting, compelling, or amazing moment they have to offer and whenever I beat one of those games I know I can just come back again later and discover all-new things with a new character.
For me, though, the main game that I find myself going back to is Portal and Portal 2. Those games are just so engaging and fun that I always find myself going back after a few months to play them again. I particularly like Portal 2 because it seems that they found the particular brand of humor that I love on the internet, which was already there with GLaDOS in Portal, and increased it to a whole new level. Cave Johnson's rant on lemons easily tops my list of all-time favorite bits in any medium.
I also go back and play Bioshock every once in a while just because there's something about the way that game does horror, twists, and level design that just draws me in every time.