I get addicted to pretty much any decent MMO I play. That's why I can't play mmo's anymore and why I won't be getting TES Online. It's genuinely a problem. It's funny because I used to have a drug problem and to get over that addiction I replaced it with another.
Steam - http://steamcommunity.com/id/SuperKing61 I love you.
Before loot 2.0, game sucked. I made a ton of money on the Auction House, bought a bunch of top tier gear and quit within a 3-4 week period. I thought I was done with it for good....
2.0 comes out, rerolled an HC barb and it has consumed me ever since. Loot drops are way better and even paragon leveling with my main lvl 60 has been fun and I've replaced some of the best gear I bought on the AH with dropped loot.
Can't wait for RoS to hit. D3 has been redeemed in my eyes.
"If you can't beat them, arrange to have them beaten" -George Carlin
I got surprisingly addicted to the original mount and blade. First I got the demo, then I modded the demo. I had actually managed to conquer most of Caldria before level 7 :D I decided after a week of playing the demo, to pay full price and buy the game. I logged another 1000 hours on it. And when the sequel came out, I put another 2000 on that. The single player is only starting to get boring to me now, might try the multi player.
He who stumbles around in darkness with a stick is blind. But he who... sticks out in darkness... is... fluorescent! - Brother Silence
I don't play it anymore because the community is a bit spotty but most of my 600 hours in CSS was from the zombie mod. I tried the CS:GO version but it was trash last time I checked. Still glitchy up the wazoo and servers liked to configure the zombies to be weak as beans.
If I ever saw an advertisement for a sid meier game I would shred it than risk looking at it again. Pretty much every civ game latches onto you like a strategic succubus and the clocks have stopped running because the springs rusted over.