I have started on replaying Terminator Resistance. I already finished the Infiltrator mini DLC and am now currently going through the main campaign again as I could not play it properly the first time. After that I want to play the Annihilation Line DLC.
It is a decent game but I think most of the strength comes from the license it uses. I would give it an 8 or a 8.5. It doesn't have much replayibility.
Next would be The Outer Worlds (someone gifted me a copy last year). I don't really have high expectations on this one but I want to finish it myself to see what it is like.
"Then Metro Exodus and its DLC or Prey which I bought on GOG during a winter sale.
And then Halo Wars which I bought cheap during a sale on Steam.
I also still need to finish Command and Conquer Red Alert 3 and its expansion.
But Halo It's probably one of my favorite games. I don't want this to look like an commercial, but I have an interesting group on gb whatsapp where we share the most interesting information about Halo and some other games, record video reviews and hacks)) If anyone is interested, then message me and I'll give the link.
World of Warcraft is the one I like the most. Here, I may play with people when I want to mingle or alone myself when I'm feeling depressed. There are a tonne of different things to do, including m+ dungeons, raids, arenas, missions, reputations, and so forth. However, there has been a recent issue where if you want to play at a serious level, you'll need to add some money for the wow arena increase to the cost of the membership because it's impractical to do it all on your own, at least for me.
The one I enjoy playing the most is World of Warcraft. When I want to socialise or feel melancholy, I may play here alone or with other individuals. Many other activities are available, such as m+ dungeons, raids, arenas, missions, reputations, and so on. Since it's unrealistic to do it all on your own, at least for me, if you want to play at a serious level, you'll need to pay some money for the wow arena upgrade to the cost of the membership.