1. Adventure (ex.: The Legend of Zelda, MediEvil)
2. Simulation management (ex.: RollerCoaster Tycoon, SimCity, Anno)
3. Third Person Action (ex.: Uncharted, Jedi Knight)
Obviously though there’s a lot of overlap between genre 1 and genre 3. If you’d count 3 as 1, then I guess my third favorite genre would be 3D platformers, though that’s really just one series these days; 3D Mario. After that would I guess come turn-based strategy, again just one series; Total War. In the past I liked first person shooters a lot, but nowadays I barely play them anymore, after they all got CoDified after Modern Warfare, of which I didn’t like the direction contrary to the first two games, became big. Other genres are very hit or miss to me like RPGs, 2D platformers and fighting games. Genres I don’t care about at all are racing (except Mario Kart for some reason) and sports.
My all time favorites are from all over the place, though the biggest thing remains the Zelda series. That one’s also where my loyalty to Nintendo comes from; I always buy the Nintendo console, because those get Zelda. Throughout the generations it has always been a Nintendo+ situation for me though, because there’s always been at least one other system that has enough that interests me to get it. Usually this has been the PlayStation. The PC has been the common thread however, since I’m into simulation games, I’ve played a lot on PC over the years. In fact, I’ve played more on PC than on every other system combined. Probably even twice over.Last edited by S.Peelman - on 03 July 2020