Agreed. Single player is far more an enriching experience for me than multiplayer. I just love being told a story and seeing how it unfolds. And with todays technology and advances in gaming, we are getting some pretty goopd stories in single player games. Not all the time, but there are very strong examples out there. Honestly, multiplayer on console, I jump into for a bit just to try it out, some games grab me more than others with their online offering. Some games I just try it out once and then disregard it, while other I will play for a few weeks or up to a month and then move on. So I remember enjoying Bioshock 2's MP just cause I thought it was a little different than the traditional FPS multis out there. Got to level 35 or so and then quit playing it.
I have had instances where I got my multiplayer fix for the game from the Betas, for instance Killzone 3 and Resistance 3, I played their betas quite a bit and enjoyed them, but once the game came out I finished the single player and then just moved on to the next big game release.
I just find I don't have much time to dedicate to online multiplayer anymore, I just want to play single and move on to the next big thing. The only multiplayer game that I will always play is Counter-Strike, and til today, I have never found another game's multiplayer that surpasses it or gives me a sense of enjoyment that CS does. I mean, I have been playing this damn game for over 10 years now! To me, it is an ever-green title, one that I can always play, and I never find another game that has a multiplayer offering that satisfies me the way CS does.
Single Player > Multiplayer