@Sencesor My brother just got that a few months ago. Plays hours every day now. Not my kind of game, but from the way he explains it I get the appeal. Unfortunately, I have patience in videogames that is so infinitesimally small it rounds down to zero.
Got Fallout 4 working recently with some mods, so I gave that one a second shot. It’s… all right. I don’t think it really pushes the Fallout/Bethesda series anywhere they weren’t already, never did much for me. But hey lock me up for a year and I guess my standards drop a bit.
I also got a retro pie up and running recently. So I’ve been throwing a few minutes at retro games now and then (lot of the atari stuff is nice and simple to pick up). I do want to dig into the original Zelda, see what all the fuss is about. I’ve never gotten into the later ones, except Breath of the Wild for a bit.
I got Star Wars Battlefront II on sale recently, and I forgot that one has a single player mode. My brother told me it’s not terrible, so I might give that a shot since I’m hopelessly outclassed in the multiplayer. It’s nice for a laugh with my friends, but not much fun to just sit down and play (though I feel that way about most multiplayer these days).
I might be replaying some more stuff if I have the time, but mostly waiting for the Mass Effect Legendary edition to not suck on PC before I pull the trigger on that, and then Pokemon later in the year. I didn’t enjoy Sword/Shield at all, but most of my frustration was the unskipable gigantimax animations and that I didn’t know any of the pokemon or the type advantages anymore - Forgot them all, and I didn’t feel like looking it up. So I struggled through it. But, the Diamond/Pearl remake should be better, Pearl was my first and last pokemon game I really got into. Still have my original save in it.