Beat 'Em Ups Simulation Racing Simulation Traditional Sports (I recall liking NBA Street and that SNES NBA Jam game I think) --- backloggery.com/Garquille "Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school." ~ A. Einstein
Korean-made games. Almost every single one is terrible. Plus the translators should be shot.
Dating sims. Somehow, these are popular.
Hidden object. Lame.
Crime simulators. Ok, we get it, GTA is popular. There was a game years ago that was real neat. Played a mob boss and sent cronies out on missions. I think it was called Gangsters or something. It was like 15 years ago on PC. --- That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange aeons even death may die.
Sports and First-Person Shooters. I see one of these on the shelf at my local game store... I just keep walking, buster. --- "Are we warriors or murderers? There be no glory in the death of a defenseless foe." - Thor Odinson
MMO's. Just can't dedicate myself to one time sink like that. The perpetual grind also bothers me. Most games have a completion state of some sort (even if its repeated all the time like racing) but MMO's always want you to go out and grind more for little reward. You don't really become more skilled at an mmo so there is little point in said grinding.
Second genre I just don't like much are sports games. Not much of a sports fan myself although I love playing them in real life. I don't enjoy watching them either. --- 2500k @ 4.4 | P8Z68-V Pro | H80 | 8GB | 670 | 256 ssd | 6Tb hdd | Win 8 64bit | ax1200w | BD burner | cm690II Steam: DV8ing1
MOBA's if olny because I'm not interested in competitive games and those games are pretty much 100% competitive. --- Also, Chess is a game of skill much like all gameplay only video games. So it is pretty mindless if you think about it.-mtjormitch