Skyrim was really great for a week or two. Now it's questionable whether it was even better than Oblivion. Which is devastating if I think about it. -Oblivion was a generic RPG set in a generic world. At least Skyrim has nice and vaired environments going for it.
Diablo 3 was good for two weeks and then I started to hate it. Fine form for a game we waited over a decade for. -Fair enough
Guild Wars 2 was good for a couple weeks and then it started making me die inside. -Don't care for MMOs personally so I have nothing
Bioshock Infinite was surprisingly good (despite things like magic powers being given away at carnivals) until it became surprisingly bad towards the end. -Wrong, the game got better and better until the climactic last half hour
Borderlands 2 was merely a better Borderlands 1, i.e. it was still soulless and repetitive. -Nope
StarCraft 2 was StarCraft 1. -Not even close
Knights of the Old Republic was an MMO, and not even a very good one. -Factually wrong. If you mean The old Republic then yes. Not a great MMO, however the single player aspect of it is quite decent.
Mass Effect 2 & 3 were not KOTOR 3 -And a Potato is not an orange. Doesn't mean anything.
The Witcher 2 was a direct sequel to The Witcher. -lol
http://i.imgur.com/dMShSjG.jpg "You can't not pool as Zerg" - FatBlackCat
Are you willing to give up your job, your lifestyle, your modern comforts, just so a bunch of kids you'll never meet are paid more than $0.10/hour for making your shoes/clothes and receive proper medical care?
Didn't think so.
TC has a point. Games are running out of ideas. They were exciting at first, the same way books and radio and TV were probably exciting when they were new, but now it's just same old, same old.
http://postimage.org/image/5h4szslj9/ Man, you are think. - KrazyDago101's attempt to insult me