"- Any game that uses hard difficulty as it's gimmick (Demon's Souls, I Wanna Be That Guy, etc.). - "Artsy" games (Journey, Fez, Limbo, Braid... they don't impress me). - Weeaboo games (Persona, Etrian Odyssey, and other games that get otaku jerks excited). - MMORPG's we have to pay subscription fees for. - FPS games that have a realistic war theme (CoD, Battlefield, Megal of Honor). I prefer ones like Doom and Halo."
actually I'm crazy 'bout Persona right now,especially P3 & P4. I love the characters
Any game that says 'Call of Duty' that isn't immediately followed by a number equal to or lower than 3. That specific enough?
Also, sub-par RPGs; overhyped over-advertised franchises; console exclusives (barring if the first in a series was multi-platform); sports games in general; and finally games that pride themselves on the amount of DLC they can produce per year.
Shooters Sports games Racing games Fighting games WRPGs MMOs Platformers Puzzle games Minigame collections/Party games Rhythm action games Movie tie-ins Pretentious Indie games Anything gory/violent/scary Especially if there are zombies Games where cute critters die (Harvest Moon games with lifespans for animals, pet games like that, Viva Pinata I guess) Games that heavily rely on a touch screen/motion controls...not necessarily because I don't want to play them, because I can't, and I always regret it if I try. Nerve damage, ouch. >_< Games with a premise I think is uninteresting
There can still be exceptions to some of the above, though.
First-person shooters. I know, that's what the system is almost exclusively known for, but I absolutely hate them. They're all the same in my mind. --- --=*Proud supporter of LGBT rights*=-- It's Ashley or Ash, not bro, or son, or man.
Real Time Strategy games, turn based rpg's, wrestling, fighting, boxing, and games like grand turismo which feature reality racing--I like arcade racing like motorstorm and burnout. I like games with a mix of genres like Deus Ex and Dishonored.