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What type of game do you play most

Type of game you play most  

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  1. 1. Type of game you play most

    • Fighting
      0
    • Sports
      0
    • Shooter
      6
    • RPG
      1
    • Action
      2
    • Adventure
      2


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Just thought I would see where this forum stands in the way of what they play

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I picked RPG and Action, since they make up most of my library, then there are those psuedo-RPG/FPS hybrids (such as Bioshock) that are sprinkled throughout. I can sit down with a shooter, but chances are the experience won't be memorable, although from what I hear, Resistance 3 is a change in the status quo of mainstream console shooters.

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The shooting section of my shelf starts at Bioshock and runs up through the next 2 rows, ending at Wolfenstein, and that's just the first person ones. That said, I love me a good RPG.

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Action and Adventure

Action because it encompasses all of the shooters/misc action games I love. And adventure because I do love a good adventure game, though they're getting extremely rare these days.

 

Btw, there are a few obvious omissions from the poll: Strategy and Puzzle.

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Fighting and Shooters.

Growing up with the Smash Brothers seared fighting games into the favorites section of my memory.

I do love all those genres however, besides sport games. The amount of votes it has is a pleasant suprise.

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It really does tend to vary for me, it depends on what sort of mood I'm in. :P

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I'm mostly a shooter and action type of guy, but lately I've been thinking about switching to different genres. It's good to mix it up a little.

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Btw, there are a few obvious omissions from the poll: Strategy and Puzzle.
That and racing, I think leaving these out kind of skews results you'd get.

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I'm not too picky, I guess right now I play Shooters mostly.

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Mostly Shooters, but also RPG, action adventure and Strategies

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The games I play the most?

 

Fun ones.

 

I chose action and RPG because those are technically what I go for first.

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Shooters and RPGs, but I'll play any decently-made game that isn't a RTS. Usually, I won't play sports or racing games either, but there are a handful of exceptions.

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Now there are too many choices XD It's easier for me to say I won't play Sport or Music games, and very rarely play fighting games with parties.

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