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No, but seriously, I just got off of BF3 and about to be on Halo 4. All my disk games are in my house and my house is being fumigated by exterminators. ;n;
I have... too many hours on Skyrim. Besides, it's much more fun on the PC with survival/realism mods and cool clothes. xD
Replaying ME3. It's fun, but the silly kid in the dreams annoys me. My Shepard's has Siobhan level of meanness, she would not care about it. I also think the Crucible should have been a Reaper trap. Otherwise it's fun.
Er, I beat Oblivion a few days ago, put quite a lot of time into it to get all the main quests (plus Brotherhood, Thieves Guild, Fighter's Guild, and Mage's Guild) done.
I've done a lot of Minecraft (mostly creative because I like building things) lately, but that's mostly because it takes so little effort and helps pass time when I'm not feeling well.
I also beat the first three Ratchet and Clank games within the last month.
I like shooting things.
I've done probably seven playthroughs of Skyrim on XBox, and I'm currently on my second PC playthrough, with a decent number of mods. My personal favorite mod is Frostfall - wear warm clothes rather than what gives you the best armor rating, light fires, pitch tents, don't get wet, be careful of your body temperature, in the mountains or at night, good luck running or fighting if you're freezing to death. It totally revitalized the game for me.
War Thunder (Steam) - Free to play WWII flight simulator with some of the simplest, best designed controls I've ever played with. It also looks absolutely gorgeous and their attention to detail both in the planes appearances and handling is astounding. They really try to nail down the strengths and weaknesses of the planes as best they can. I'm like, 201 hours into this game, which is all multiplayer.
I started a new character to try out a 40/40 str/dex build. This is my third character thus far, and I've sunk around 75-80 hours total into the game across all of them. I also went out of my way to sequence break the hell out of it (Four Kings dead before Capra, for one) and am actively avoiding using any magic with this one, since I tended to lean really hard on pyromancies or sorceries on my previous runs.
Very recommended if you don't mind a game that will repeatedly kick you in the balls until you learn to be patient and observe everything around you.