Anything involving motion controls. Any game with Square Enix on the box. Fighting games. Any sports games other than football or the occasional extreme sports type affair. Driving simulators like Gran Turismo. But arcade style racers are fine. MMO's Real time strategy games. --- I support Alex Smith #11
It's an honest answer. They haven't made anything that interests me in a long, LONG time. I can think of one Nintendo-published game that I liked: Eternal Darkness. I'm not saying other people can't enjoy what they produce, I'm simply saying that Nintendo's product hasn't interested me since the early 90s. --- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMKUUUvjjzo Fan of: Steelers(6-time Champions), Red Wings(11-time Champions)
I tend to buy from every genre. I won't really mess with sports games unless it's something like snowboarding, boxing, or racing (if that counts). Even then, I only buy certain titles.
I definitely enjoy certain puzzle games, platformers, japanese scrolling shooters, and RTS games but I find myself kind of staying away from most these days.
Still, I tend to buy most quality retail or XBLA games. --- Playing - Far Cry 3, Black Ops 2, PSABR, Halo 4, Lego LOTR, Darksiders 2, Forza Horizon, Transformers FOC, DOA5, Game of Thrones, Skyrim, Resident Evil 6, MAA
Unless a close friend has it, I avoid racing and sports games like the plague and to a certain point, fighting games. Unless it's Ultimate Marvel, BlazBlue, and Mortal Kombat, I'm not taking risks.
Lately though, I've been avoiding shooters. I have 18 in my 360 library alone, but I do have to give credit to Spec Ops: The Line. It touches on some good themes. --- --- "Dating Yukari Takeba is, like, the closest thing to dating Michelle Ruff, so I don't see the reason why not."- My brother XD