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Poll: What's your favourite game genre?

Poll: What's your favourite game genre?

What's your favourite game genre? Let us know in this week's poll.

So, you call yourself a gamer, but which game genre makes you tick the most? That's exactly what we're asking in this week's forum poll.

Are you, like Joe, a Guybrush Threepwood wannabe, or did you like kicking some M. Bison ass in Street Fighter? What about good old Super Mario or Sonic the Hedgehog - do they still have a special place in your heart?

First- or third-person shooters are usually the games with the biggest hype surrounding them, but are they still as good as they used to be? If not, have you, like me, made a move to Real-Time Strategies?

That said, I've not fully divorced myself from the FPS genre - I'll still be playing Bioshock, Crysis, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, TF2 and UT3, amongst others when I'm not playing World in Conflict.

By the way, while I'm talking about World in Conflict, have you seen the latest DirectX 10 features video? Shameless plug I know, but damn it looks good!

Maybe you've had your mind stolen by World of Warcraft or Oblivion? If so, what are you doing reading this? You should be playing, foo!

Whatever your favourite gaming genre is, please drop into this thread to let us know!

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capnPedro 3rd August 2007, 18:07 Quote
I like playing RTS games (especially CnC3 ATM), but I keep coming back to CS:S. Therefore, I had to vote for FPS.
charlesbeams 3rd August 2007, 18:11 Quote
FPS for me please!
lcdguy 3rd August 2007, 18:12 Quote
i prefer FPS or Space Combat Sim but it has to have a good story line
wafflesomd 3rd August 2007, 18:24 Quote
It's doesn't matter what I like to play, I'm only good at fps'.
oddball walking 3rd August 2007, 18:26 Quote
Fps for me, but i do play some others such as Max Payne, and age of empires also some platform games for my psp and stuff.
Bungle 3rd August 2007, 18:31 Quote
I'll say FPS but couldn't live on it all the time. Needs my RTS and RPG fix occassionally.
E.E.L. Ambiense 3rd August 2007, 19:36 Quote
FPS, mostly. I love a little variety though.
dragontail 3rd August 2007, 20:15 Quote
RTS. Can't get enough of them. Though a good RPG every now and again also does the trick nicely.
specofdust 3rd August 2007, 20:25 Quote
I put RPG because my favourite games of all time have all been RPG (morrowind, oblivion, deus ex). But I don't like most RPG's that are out, and the games I play most are FPS and RTS.
knuck 3rd August 2007, 21:29 Quote
FPS -> UT for the win !

Racing games in 2nd place , along with old school games (I play MegaMan a lot:D)
Tim S 4th August 2007, 10:32 Quote
I was an FPS nut, but I have to say I've turned into a reformed RTS nut (it was the first type of game I played across the internet back in 1996!) in the last twelve months.
TEAMIKKE 4th August 2007, 11:36 Quote
Supreme Commander \o/ RTS ;)
atanum141 4th August 2007, 11:38 Quote
FPS
ElThomsono 4th August 2007, 11:43 Quote
RPGs entertain me more (Morrowind, Gothic, etc.) but I can spend hours on end in de_dust2. It's hard to choose really :o
Zidane 4th August 2007, 11:46 Quote
rpg+rts ftw!

*blinks* ok... f + t + w gets translated to "cheesecake"?.... i swear, the mods get weirder every day....
Particle Man 4th August 2007, 12:01 Quote
Who wants to play Red Alert 2? I'll own on everyone of ya!
Glider 4th August 2007, 12:12 Quote
I choose RPG, but I actually MUD a lot ;)
Yemerich 4th August 2007, 12:21 Quote
Thats a cruel question.. It is like when someone asks: "Do u prefer redheads, brunnetes or blondes?" And i always answer "I prefer the one that is nearest"!

But i voted RPG...
antiHero 4th August 2007, 12:27 Quote
RTS for me. I played everything since Dune2 :D
samkiller42 4th August 2007, 12:37 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Particle Man
Who wants to play Red Alert 2? I'll own on everyone of ya!

Your on;)

RTS for me, C&C and Supcom make me a happy bunny.
But, Halo/2/2PC and BF2/2142 also cut my RTS habbits, but
I do also enjoy a good Simulation, so i did so some chosing of RTS.

Sam
Hugo.B 4th August 2007, 12:41 Quote
1. Games with an interesting story-line, eg. HL series.
2. FPS multiplayers that require strategy and more thinking than average.
I'd love to try Deus Ex sometime, as the gameplay type sounds really interesting.
proxess 4th August 2007, 13:02 Quote
I just like games... as long as I find it interesting...
Xen0phobiak 4th August 2007, 13:35 Quote
MMORPG

Many men online role playing (as) girls. :D
Ramble 4th August 2007, 13:36 Quote
I mostly play the source games and BF2, and I've always been an FPS nut, ever since the early days of Doom and Quake.
I do however also enjoy the occasional RTS and RPG.
Veles 4th August 2007, 13:43 Quote
FPS by a nose for me, I also love to play a good strategy game, RPG, well, I like pretty much every game so long as it's good.
stephen2002 4th August 2007, 13:46 Quote
I like action/adventure games like Beyond Good and Evil, Psyconauts, the first Prince of Persia. Too bad the action/adventure type is pretty much dead. FPS games that have a good amount of story/puzzles and RTS are good too.
will. 4th August 2007, 13:59 Quote
FPS
Major 4th August 2007, 14:05 Quote
I mainly play FPS (Goldeneye started that off I guess), but I like some RTS and also games like Super Mario and Super Smash Brothers I love to death, and not forgetting games like GTA and Metal Gear Solid.

Think this comes down to the PC/Console divide. FPS mainly for PC though.
[WP@]WOLVERINE 4th August 2007, 14:26 Quote
I love good games and i hate bad ones and i hate genres !! Its the same with music THeres good music and bad music. We all play good games and listen to good music and the rest we dont give a shit about. It all comes down to the game itself and not the genre.
Veles 4th August 2007, 14:37 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by [WP@]WOLVERINE
I love good games and i hate bad ones and i hate genres !! Its the same with music THeres good music and bad music. We all play good games and listen to good music and the rest we dont give a shit about. It all comes down to the game itself and not the genre.

True, but then again, generally, I don't like driving games aside from a few very good examples of the genre, even if a particular driving game is good, I still probably won't like it as I find them repetitive and boring.
TTmodder 4th August 2007, 14:56 Quote
even tho i play fps lately i'm always awaiting for good RTS games to get on a acceptable price (supcom)
[WP@]WOLVERINE 4th August 2007, 15:11 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Veles
True, but then again, generally, I don't like driving games aside from a few very good examples of the genre, even if a particular driving game is good, I still probably won't like it as I find them repetitive and boring.


Yes but then that game falls under the "Bad Game" Category and who knows one day you might find a driving game you like :)
specofdust 4th August 2007, 15:20 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by [WP@]WOLVERINE
Yes but then that game falls under the "Bad Game" Category and who knows one day you might find a driving game you like :)

That's an extremely simplistic and fallable position to take. I do not enjoy the works of Chopin, and yet I know full well that he was not a "bad" composer. Likewise Veles may not enjoy playing a specific driving game and yet recognise that for those who do enjoy driving games it is an excellent example of the genre. Do not let a dislike of labels get in the way of recognising good and bad.
Delphium 4th August 2007, 15:29 Quote
I have to pick?!!!!! But but but, ok well if I must, I surpose atm, RTS :D
severedhead 4th August 2007, 15:37 Quote
Can we seperate first and third person shooters? I love first person games, but third person really irritates me.
nakchak 4th August 2007, 15:38 Quote
its too hard choice to make really
ideally id have the the ability to vote for "games i like", or be able to vote for multiple genres, would be nice to see side scrolling beat em ups on the list but its not like any have been made recently :(

over all id have to say adventure games, nothing come close to the fun ive had playing them, especially the lucasarts SCUMM based games (monkey island's, DOTT, Sam & Max, Indiana Jones, Loom etc.) and well im yet to find anything which come close to the awesomeness of grim fandango and the new sam & max games although a little short are totally cushty, would just be nice if the episodes were slightly more integrated, or maybe had a launcher for the episodes, so you didnt have to leave the game to play the episode, e.g. the episode were akin to a world, which could be played as standalone games, but when u have the whole season additional content is unlocked and just ties the games together

oh well ho humm

adventure it is!!!!!!
Nature 4th August 2007, 16:59 Quote
International compettion floats my boat, games like tekken5 where as having all the major martial arts styles from all over the world really makes it easy to find players who appreciate other competitors. CS, starcraft, and red alert2 have at least some gamers in every country....
[USRF]Obiwan 4th August 2007, 17:11 Quote
I must protest...

third person is not first person. I chose first person but i really did not want to because i dont want to choose third. I hate third. I want to be first :D
mookboy 4th August 2007, 17:29 Quote
MMOs, FPS, and also Football Manager - what genre is that anyway?
Vergil_117 4th August 2007, 17:51 Quote
FPS, RPGs (though I normally only play square and bioware RPGs), and adventure/action games (such as zelda)
Firehed 4th August 2007, 18:01 Quote
I used to be big into FPS, but not much any more. And Diablo II and Warcraft III before that (oh D2... good times, why, Blizzard, did you have to murder my oh-so-profitable spambot?!). I've been sticking with slower-paced stuff along either the lines of Splinter Cell or 200-hour RPGs. Partially because I hate short-lived games, or at least ones with little replay value, and partically because I hate going out to look for something else interesting. The only RTS-type game I play now is Desktop Tower Defense, which gets hideously addictive, while I never get any better.

Glider, you still MUD? That's just pure awesome. I just wish they didn't keep mucking about with GCC so I could successfully re-compile my old MUD and host it off my phone or something.
knuck 4th August 2007, 18:20 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by severedhead
Can we seperate first and third person shooters? I love first person games, but third person really irritates me.

agreed

anyone playing DOTA here?
Veles 4th August 2007, 18:32 Quote
Third and first person shooters are essentially exactly the same thing but from a different viewpoint, which is why I suspect they're grouped together.
knuck 4th August 2007, 19:01 Quote
third person games are never technical games. They never have complex gameplay like the FPS do and they mostly focus on adventure and/or shooting whatever's moving
Gravemind123 4th August 2007, 19:05 Quote
I ended up voting for FPS, but I play a lot of RTS and on console games a good deal of RPGs.
Veles 4th August 2007, 19:27 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ghys
third person games are never technical games. They never have complex gameplay like the FPS do and they mostly focus on adventure and/or shooting whatever's moving

Splinter Cell?

If anything I'd say FPSes tend to be the simpler games in terms of character interaction with the environment and mainly focus on shooting anything that moves.
Gravemind123 4th August 2007, 21:02 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Veles
Splinter Cell?

If anything I'd say FPSes tend to be the simpler games in terms of character interaction with the environment and mainly focus on shooting anything that moves.

I'd second that, third person shooters usually want me to be more tactical then first person ones do. Even Gears of War uses a lot more cover and stuff then something like Halo or Counter-Strike or most other FPS games I've played.
Evenge 4th August 2007, 21:46 Quote
I've been playing only FPS games lately, but platform games are still cool... (Commander Keen still has its place in my heart :D)
cjmUK 4th August 2007, 22:36 Quote
I voted for FPS, but FPS is a conglomerate of sub-genres... there are tactical shooters, team-based shooter, twitchy-finger shoot-em-ups and a dozen other categories. I liked HL and CS:S and BF2 and others but hate manic games like UT and games like Quake 27 and Doom 69 et al.

I also like some RPG and some strategy games but hate RTS...

I guess I just hate games that are rushed over those that are considerate.

God, I'm getting old.
Scirocco 4th August 2007, 23:16 Quote
Okay, this poll/thread managed to coax me out of lurking. I'm an MMO kinda gal, starting with some old MUDs and other text based BBS games. First real one was EQ in 1999, DAoC (for a month), WoW, EQ2 and Vanguard at present.

And um, hi everyone.
will. 4th August 2007, 23:54 Quote
Hey thar!

Did you ever play the Discworld MUD?

I remember trying about 5 years ago but just couldn't get into it. I was only 16 at the time though I suppose. My patience pretty much limited me to games with guns and cars.
[WP@]WOLVERINE 5th August 2007, 00:07 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by specofdust
That's an extremely simplistic and fallable position to take. I do not enjoy the works of Chopin, and yet I know full well that he was not a "bad" composer. Likewise Veles may not enjoy playing a specific driving game and yet recognise that for those who do enjoy driving games it is an excellent example of the genre. Do not let a dislike of labels get in the way of recognising good and bad.


Good or bad is alway in the eyes of the beholed/player or listener. The individual skills of the person making it has no importance to the person playing/viewing or listening. If you dislike something its bad and if you like something its good. Its not about recognising skills its about taste.
HollowFrank 5th August 2007, 00:12 Quote
For me it depends on what medium i'm playing, on my PC i'm an RTS fan. Plonk me infront of a console and beat-em ups are what make me happy.
Shadowed_fury 5th August 2007, 00:14 Quote
Racing, however RTS/FPS are loves of mine too :)
drdro 5th August 2007, 00:15 Quote
Mostly play FPS but i do enjoy RTS for the change sometimes.
[WP@]WOLVERINE 5th August 2007, 00:16 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by HollowFrank
For me it depends on what medium i'm playing, on my PC i'm an RTS fan. Plonk me infront of a console and beat-em ups are what make me happy.

I absolutely agree i love a few beers and a good round of Tekken or guitar hero on a console :) As much as i love a goood FPS or a RTS on pc or even a classic rpg or adventure. I love games not genres :)
HollowFrank 5th August 2007, 00:17 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by [WP@]WOLVERINE
Good or bad is alway in the eyes of the beholed/player or listener. The individual skills of the person making it has no importance to the person playing/viewing or listening. If you dislike something its bad and if you like something its good. Its not about recognising skills its about taste.
I really couldn't disagree with you more, i think it's important to recognise great achievement or talent in a field even if it's not to your taste.
Scirocco 5th August 2007, 00:23 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by will.
Hey thar!

Did you ever play the Discworld MUD?

I remember trying about 5 years ago but just couldn't get into it. I was only 16 at the time though I suppose. My patience pretty much limited me to games with guns and cars.

Heheh, no, never played Discworld. If I recall the names were Arena and Swords of Chaos. There were a couple others but I didn't get into them much. I now play mostly with a group of friends met in EQ. Haven't ever played an RTS or first/third person shooter. Some arcade games, especially racing types, were a lot of fun plus Centipede and Tempest. Never got into console games, just PC.
[WP@]WOLVERINE 5th August 2007, 00:34 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by HollowFrank
I really couldn't disagree with you more, i think it's important to recognise great achievement or talent in a field even if it's not to your taste.

Of corse you sould always give cred to people that do great things but weather a thing is great or not is up to you and no one else. I can recognise the fact taht someone has done great things with graphichs, physics or anything elses in a game but at the end of the day its the games i choose to play that is the best. I think this has gone a bit off topic because all i meant was that if a game is good or not is up to you and your tastes and not to what genere it belongs.
adam197 5th August 2007, 00:49 Quote
CS:S is still takes around 95% of my gaming time, with the occassional dabble in Rome Total War having only recently bought it. Next on my list of games I should have played by now is Farcry, so I voted FPS.
Steelez 5th August 2007, 00:56 Quote
The only 2 games I've played for any real length of time in the past year or two have been WOW and Football Manager 2007. When a decent FPS game comes along I usually play it to completion then drop back to the other two, Oblivion was the same.

Was hard to choose just one genre. :| short term I prefer FPS but for a longer time frame I like things more engaging.
keir 5th August 2007, 01:09 Quote
FPS winz!!!111
r0z|3o0n 5th August 2007, 02:03 Quote
FPS, But I love a good RPG/MMO and many an RTS. Even some turn-based strategy games can be fun from time to time :) I try to be diverse.
Cookiemonster101 5th August 2007, 02:19 Quote
Definitely FPS, it's pretty much all I play except for an RPG/RTS here or there. For me nothing beats being there in first person with a mouse and keyboard :) I can't wait for all the games coming out this fall! Right now I'm playing UT2k4 and DoD a bit.
Temet Nosce 5th August 2007, 02:25 Quote
Platform here. You just cant beat a bit of mario
slipperyskip 5th August 2007, 02:35 Quote
Civ IV

Just...one...more...turn...
benjamyn 5th August 2007, 03:13 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Temet Nosce
Platform here. You just cant beat a bit of mario

QFT

I picked platform too, gotta love sonic (old ones), mario, metroid (ok its shooting too), yoshis island etc
Awoken 5th August 2007, 08:21 Quote
Adventure (assume it covers point and click, platform etc) and RPG
-EVRE- 5th August 2007, 08:23 Quote
wow addict...

but CS is a great distraction till I get all pissed off.. then back to wow.

Think of it.. thats why I really like WoW. *PVE server
johnnyboy700 5th August 2007, 09:19 Quote
I'd have to say FPS if really pushed but can appreciate good examples of other genres such as IL2, Psychonaughts, Mr Robot, Lucasarts adventures, etc, etc but I find that games like the SIMS just leave me cold.
karx11erx 5th August 2007, 09:37 Quote
FPS is not FPS. I prefer the more tactical variety, like Operation Flashpoint or Ghost Recon. Battlefield goes more or less along with that, too.
tranc3 5th August 2007, 09:46 Quote
FPS/third person shooter//action adventure
Freedom 5th August 2007, 10:24 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by wafflesomd
It's doesn't matter what I like to play, I'm only good at fps'.

doesnt matter what i play iam allfull at everything.
Arkanrais 5th August 2007, 10:48 Quote
most of my fav games are RPGs (FF7, chrono trigger FF6 etc) but I have been drifting towards FPS games alot. I got hooked on RTS games ever since I got my hands on command & conquer on the sega saturn, but by far, RPGs are top if my list.
bilbothebaggins 5th August 2007, 12:49 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by slipperyskip
Civ IV

Just...one...more...turn...
Hehe. It should really have a genre on its own ;)
speedfreek 5th August 2007, 16:41 Quote
There isnt much in FPS games that keeps me coming back anymore but I cant resist Half Life.
Ramble 5th August 2007, 17:32 Quote
Myst also used to be a favourite of mine.
Doesn't seem like there are many players around here...
Mr. Oizo 5th August 2007, 17:49 Quote
FPS for me mostly. But i have to say that i also like some other types. And, dont forget some racing with my G25!:)
ElZog 5th August 2007, 20:26 Quote
FPS, it's the only genre I really play multiplayer and has given me the best experiences on and offline. When you can jump from a 32 man frag fest straight into the half life 2 campaign you know you are onto a winning genre.
flabber 6th August 2007, 08:42 Quote
RPG's and MMORPS are my number one favourites, but I really enjoy online games with the same idea as SOCOM for example :)
And an ocassional Beat-em-up (offline or online) is définately good for stressreleave :)
Risky 6th August 2007, 09:03 Quote
I voted strategy as I do a bit of Turn-based now and again, But actually most of what I've played in the last few years has been the rather neglected space-sim genre (in my case X2, X3).
Hiren 6th August 2007, 09:32 Quote
Beat Em Up for me.
jl8080 6th August 2007, 13:06 Quote
FPS definately. Many days and nights spent playing Counterstrike (1.3 - Source!) - Ahh I love the Half-Life Series.
Bungle 6th August 2007, 17:49 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Risky
I voted strategy as I do a bit of Turn-based now and again, But actually most of what I've played in the last few years has been the rather neglected space-sim genre (in my case X2, X3).
Aye Space sims need a bit of life injected into them. An update of Freespace 2 or starlancer would be just the tonic right now.
The_Beast 6th August 2007, 17:55 Quote
FPS or racing type games
WhiskeyAlpha 6th August 2007, 18:16 Quote
Definately FPS, I'm a real sucker for them and looking at the poll, I'm far from being alone.

I cannot wait for Crysis, it looks amazing.

Seems to have come a long way from the hazy days of wolfenstein 3d and doom huh?
completemadness 6th August 2007, 18:23 Quote
bit of a hard poll to comment on

I really like RTS, like red alert 2, etc
I really like FPS, but at the moment there aren't any interesting ones out that i haven't played for far too long
So at the moment I'm playing WoW, so i voted MMO, hopefully when bioshock comes out though, that should be fun :D

personally, it would be easier to vote for the game genre i dislike the most :p
inflatable 7th August 2007, 05:41 Quote
Hmmz, hard to say.. I like and play FPS, RTS, racing, and sandbox games.. But since I spent most time playing FPS I think I voted FPS..

I miss sports games btw, or does that go under simulation?
Torgat 4th October 2010, 08:48 Quote
Same with me. I love the good old rpg games too like Wolfenstein. But atm I am pretty much into the online game warofdragons. Its not a easy game which you are thru within 50 hour and its free without any installation due to its a browser game. U got two races you can PvP with and lots of stuff to PvE. Just the way I like it.

RPG ftw!
Ficky Pucker 4th October 2010, 18:53 Quote
i play FPS's the most voted for RPG. right now i'm playing borderlands, a mix of both.
Silver51 4th October 2010, 19:02 Quote
Three-year thread necromancy?
Evolutionsic 6th October 2010, 14:30 Quote
I enjoy a good game which takes over your life, customisation, Has to have great history behind it, or a few books, Great Team Play,
line2008 6th October 2010, 22:29 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by severedhead
Can we seperate first and third person shooters? I love first person games, but third person really irritates me.

This
robots 6th October 2010, 23:17 Quote
I go for RPG's but it's a strange choice because there are none for me to play. I can't even remember the last RPG that I played and enjoyed. Dragon Age was ok I suppose, but I was expecting more. I didn't like Oblivion or Gothic 3 very much, so there's not much for me. I am waiting patiently for Two Worlds 2 which is the highlight of my gaming year.

In the meantime I play MMORPG's which are about as close as it gets.
Daddyfish 6th October 2010, 23:51 Quote
RPG's for me. Although MMO's have taken up the most time in my life going by time played.

I also like FPS but only when playing with friends online.
Teelzebub 6th October 2010, 23:53 Quote
I like raising the dead game's like this thread lol No RPG game for me
Redsnake77 6th October 2010, 23:56 Quote
TBS - Gal Civ 2 rules
Ending Credits 7th October 2010, 07:48 Quote
I play all sorts but I always come back to FPSs in the end.
knuck 7th October 2010, 07:52 Quote
Nobody plays FPS games on the PC anymore - Microsoft Idiot
Coltch 7th October 2010, 09:29 Quote
RPG (Planescape Torment, Oblivion, Ultima), although I enjoy Mass Effect - to me it is not a proper RPG.

I also like a blast on some racing sims (GT Legends, GTR2) and of course all my emulated (8-bit & 16-bit) games
BRAWL 7th October 2010, 10:08 Quote
I'm definatly more of an RTS player. Sit back and watch the destruction roll (CnC) or take control of worlds (Civ5)

:) Love my FPS aswell mind.
Mattmc91 7th October 2010, 10:38 Quote
I play all Genres really, Ok, a lot of Cod/WoW, but I play Indie games a lot of the time, and recently, Minecraft has raped my mind.
benjjamin 7th October 2010, 12:17 Quote
I play RPG mainley and FPS would be my second most played games, although i do like the odd simulation game now and then.
Akkatha 7th October 2010, 15:07 Quote
I'm an RPG fan through and through, have been ever since I picked up FF7 for the PS1 when I was 12!

I think it's mostly because I'm far too slow on the mouse to enjoy FPS games hah.

However, I recently loaded up my copy of Sim City 4 and lost about 6 hours in one sitting, that's a scarily compulsive game.
jimjam205 7th October 2010, 15:15 Quote
<3 FPS nothing better then going on a rampaging kill streak and racking up the K/D ratio

Enjoy playin MMO's, mildly addicted to WoW :( Saying that i just enjoy multiplayer games, i dont think ive played single player on anything for nearly 5+ years (with the exception of FIFA and such) Just dont find anything exciting about knowing whats coming up and how to beat it without any real repercussions
casper410 7th October 2010, 15:22 Quote
I want fast action, i cannot stand a game i have to spend months learning to play.
I dont have time, life is busy.
Best game i`v ever played by far : Crysis.
Blademrk 7th October 2010, 15:43 Quote
Point 'n' Click...


oh, all right then... FPS mainly but also a side order of RPG/RTS and Adventure. Hold the driving*.




*alright, I will play the odd racing game - Wipeout/modnation/burnout, but I'm not usually that keen on the genre (probably 'cos I'm a non-driver meself)
azrael- 7th October 2010, 18:01 Quote
Haven't read through the whole thread, so someone might have beat me to it already, but several of the choices need a proper school.

Here are a few suggestions:

Beat 'em up (school of life)
First/Third Person Shooter (boot camp)
RPG (arts and crafts)
Sandbox (playschool)

That's all I got. Feel free to pitch in. :)
nemo 7th October 2010, 19:40 Quote
First-person-minecraft

(and we could have used this voting thing for the tee-shirts ...)
Redsnake77 7th October 2010, 23:46 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Blademrk
Point 'n' Click...


oh, all right then... FPS mainly but also a side order of RPG/RTS and Adventure. Hold the driving*.




*alright, I will play the odd racing game - Wipeout/modnation/burnout, but I'm not usually that keen on the genre (probably 'cos I'm a non-driver meself)

Don't you point and click in FPS's, but really quickly? :D
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