For me, the game has to have a good plotline, exciting graphics, something unique the game brings to the table. For instance, I’m going to list some games I play that caught my interest.
**Star Wars: The Old Republic - Based 3,000 years before the Skywalker Saga. It is the MMORPG sequel to the Knights of the Old Republic game series. It has fantastic graphics in the game, which brings the story to life. One of the unique parts of the game is that scenes play out based on what choices you make. You also have a love interest in the game to be with, which is based on your options you will end up with at the end of the first saga of the game.
Knights of the Old Republic - This is a game ahead of its time when it was first released. It’s one of the first Star Wars games that gathered a huge following. This game is part of the series that connects to Star Wars: The Old Republic. It has very detailed graphics considering it’s a 17-year-old video game series. Like with the MMORPG, your choices controlled the outcome of the story. * The level of Knights of the Old Republic takes place almost 4,000 years before the formation of the Galactic Empire, where Darth Malak, a Dark Lord of the Sith, has unleashed a Sith armada against the Republic. The player character, as a Jedi, must venture to different planets in the galaxy to defeat Malak. This was Bioware’s first ending by the choice game that they ever made. They had voice actors in this game but not for your character, similar to how Dragon Age: Origins voice acting was done.
Halo Series - I love a good shooter game that comes with a good plot. One of the best graphics that I have seen. It has kept my interest since the game first came out. It has a deeply rooted story that you get more information through each match. It isn’t straightforward to play since you have to focus on the controls. The unique part of the game is its intricate maps that were in the game.
Nancy Drew Series - I have been a fan of this game series since I was young. The games are challenging for the player, but they also bring Nancy Drew’s world to life. I’m trying to beat the games in order right now. There two levels to play, which are Junior Detective and Senior detective, which are both challenging in their way.
What makes a game enjoyable for you?