Came from an FPS background (Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege, Apex Legends, Modern Warfare), but the stress of streaming and trying to do well in those games eventually led to a desire to just relax. So nice just looking at thunderstorms and hunting wabbits.
I've been getting nostalgic and going back and playing the old point and click adventures from years ago. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed games like Grim Fandango, and Monkey Island and Broken Sword
I'm playing Baba is You. Was playing Celeste, might get back into it later. They're decent games that you can just kinda jump in and out of relatively quickly. They're waaay too hard though, lol. But if they weren't, I wouldn't have something to come back to.
Replaying Horizon Zero Dawn. I got the DLC a while ago but never got around to playing it. When I got my new PS4 the saved data didn't transfer so I'm playing the whole game again. Not that I'm complaining.
With the loss of my Ps4 some several months ago, RIP
I've done very little gaming in general that wasn't Ps3 based, which is pretty depressing and PC gaming has been restricted to Sims 4 ~
But, recently I got bit by a bit of nostalgia and remembered LOVING what little of WoW I got to play as a kid. So I joined and paid for a 1 month subscription since it was half off. ~
Really enjoying it. I've missed online RPG's and I can't afford FFXIV and its NOT FREE expansions plus requiring me to buy the PC version of the vanilla?
Plus the monthly subscription? Gross.
I've just finished Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Now I've dived wholly into Civilisation VI; I'm on a bit of a fantasy binge at the moment. However I do also keep dipping my toes back into The Sims and also The Outer Worlds. 'Cause I'm indecisive and can't just settle with one game at a time.