I don't play shooters, hyper-realistic games, zombie survival games, militant games, etc. - basically games with no substance.
It's not that I dislike violence/blood/gore, it's just that they don't interest me at all and that's what those games are primarily about.
I prefer games based on puzzles and/or exploration, like Vessel, Quantum Conundrum, Portal 1/2, Knytt Stories/Underground, Antichamber, etc. - the genre seems to be taken over by the indie game industry, which is a bonus. Minecraft and Terraria kind of fall into the category of exploration for me.
So anyone who says, sarcastic or not, that not playing a set of games that I already discussed means you have or can have no opinion, I just want to know what you actually got from the experience of those games.
Did anyone ever play rollcage? fastest most finely tuned racing game ever, I didn't sleep for 5 solid days playing that once (it was a challenge, I would have fallen asleep if there wasn't someone to kick me )
The only zombie games I enjoy are Resident Evil (Because they have puzzle elements) and Day Z (Because it's one of the only games that don't make the player some god of death who kills hordes of zombies without needing food, water, and almost never runs out of ammunition. Also who doesn't suffer the fear of trusting someone. It also brings permanent death in the mix.)
While we're talking about games I think people here should start to play CowRP on byond. The admins aren't... well dicks and griefers are always punished.
EDIT: Oh yea, and Age of Empires 2 and 3 are pretty cool too. The expansions aren't bad either.