If you could play any ONE video game for the next six months without being able to play any other video game which one video game would you choose?
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Skyrim as it can be something that you can play for that long and still be playing it. I find it a fun game.
I'll have to go with Skyrim as well, lots of mods and modding capability means lots of good playtime. Fallout 4 would be a close second, same reason.
Does World of Warcraft count here? That is the game I think I'd choose if it was only one for six months.
I don't see why it would not count.
Wouldn't pick it myself however, it just doesn't appeal to me in the short or long term.
Edited: daishain on 9th Jun, 2017 - 5:49pm
Yes I agree that World or Warcraft could count here. I would not chose that as it is basically a useless game that would bore me after about two or three weeks. I am more of a stand alone game that is not online a lot. I am finding myself not getting on line to play games as much besides the play by post type.
If I was to play an online game for six months it would be probably DDO.
It's the only game I can think of that is a single game that I like enough that I could play for six months. Not other single, stand alone VG would hold my attention for that long. Also, with the interaction it adds variables that change things up a bit. Well, that's my pick at least.
I think that the cost of WoW is what keeps me from recommending it DDO is cheaper in my book. I know there are a lot of games out there that can keep one busy for six months by itself. I took Skyrim as it is much cheaper and I am a cheapskate *smile* I am sure there are others that will keep one occupied very well for the six months.
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