>tfw none of these are fun for me
i hate being a casual.
Just get some consoles then. There are tons of games there that are easy to get into but still offer pretty deep and satisfying gameplay or just some 10-20 hours of pure unobstructed fun at least. Most games praised by mustards are nothing special really, just have bad interface and introduction, those who get over them finally see a decent gameplay and think they finally found the best game ever.
That says a guy who played only on PC for more than half of his life.
I didn't give two shits about Splatoon even though I bought it at launch.
Decided to play on 12/31 and fell in love.
>mfw playing a game that's NOT open-world for once
Once you get the hang of all the insane machanice, this game becomes awesome.
>Can't git gud at monster hunter
Unless you have the reaction time of a comatose potato, it's not hard.
That lasted until like the seventh generation, most of the First-Party stuff this gen is hit-or-miss, or casual third-party stuff.
Took me a few tries to get into Deus Ex, but when you finally get used to it. It becomes objectively one of the best games you can play.
well i am a big console fan and have tons of games and systems.
I guess i'm just not into first person shooters much. especially the singleplayer variety.
I do believe that most of the best games ever are Console Games and that Half Life 2 is the most overrated game ever made (HL1 is fine though)
splatoon got a lot better with the updates but the multiplayer limitations in maps and modes still make the game flawed.
I only played Monster Hunter 3 on Wii U and that was like slow and boring. maybe its just the early parts but i couldn't stand it.
Also having to get specific parts for new gear is the opposite of fun, it's a big aspect of Xenoblade X that i dislike.
>Also having to get specific parts for new gear is the opposite of fun
That's one of MH's biggest draws
>it's a big aspect of Xenoblade X that I dislike
That game is more complex and difficult to get into than MH