I'm definitely into the whole indie computer game scene, been following it for a few years. That's the only place that has fun ideas that come to fruition. I love giving those guys money so they keep making cool games.
Pokémon is my main jam
Nintendo stuff and Metroidvanias and older games tend to occupy my time. I like trying out the new things I've never played before, obscure fan translations and browsing HG101. Lately I've been playing SSB4 demo, Minecraft, Castlevania, Live a Live, Azure Striker Gunvolt, Kirby's Dream Land.
I like about a zillion games though. Rez, SotC, DKCR, Mario Paint, Electroplankton, Game Boy Camera, Azure Dreams, Banjo-Kazooie, Megaman - even Battle Network, Shiren the Wanderer, Digimon games, NiGHTS, JGR, SaGa, EarthBound
I haven't been playing a lot of newer games, but if we're talking past, I really loved Dark Cloud and Dark Cloud 2, Lunar Silver Star Story, Descent, Odyssey: The Legend of Nemesis, most of the 2D Zelda franchise, and maybe a bunch of other stuff I'm forgetting. I'd probably say that Dark Cloud 2 could be my favorite game in memory.
Been playing a lot of Professor Layton recently since I bought Miracle Mask but I started playing LoZ: Spirit Tracks because my sister let me borrow it.
I play like a ton of series mainly those from PS1/2 and DS/3DS (Final Fantasy, SMT games, Vanillaware games, Pokemon, Mario and Luigi RPGs, DMC, Crash Bandicoot, Ratchet and Clank, Elite Beat Agents ect ect)http://vgcollect.com/Pengaana
Funny coincidence, I started replaying Cave Story tonigh–
>besides indie games
My favorite games are probably Earthbound, Mother 3 and Chrono Trigger. I also love the Ace Attorney series (though I haven't played either of the two newest installments since I don't have a 3DS and can't read moon-runes), Hotel Dusk (I actually got the sequel for my last birthday but I lost my old DS… after getting a new charger for it so I could play it), Pikmin and Pikmin 2 (haven't played 3 due to, again, not having a newfangled console for it) and also some strategy stuff like Galactic Civilizations 2 and World In Conflict. Max Payne is also great. Yoshi's Island has a special place in my heart as the first game I ever beat on my own.
Playing VIRTUAL ON now.
I guess I like games with unusual hardware peripherals eg. pilot's hotas & VR visor for flight sims, arcade sticks for fighters, dance mat for DDR etc.
Planning to do this soon;https://www.outdatedreferences.com/2017/09/how-to-mod-hori-fighting-stick-ex2-with.html
Enjoying CUPHEAD; it's old-school gameplay on a modern platform.
Dwarf fortress. I know it seems obtuse but its such a deep and complex game its worth the confusing UI (and the eventual steam release will fix that)
After so much time, Uri released a new game!
And the game comes out without an english translation. In short, this is due to the fact that the game is specific and has an unpleasant plot.
To be honest, it's a shame that there will be no English translation, because I read omake **and realized that this game undermines the cliches about a happy ending quite well in detective stories.
If you are interested, then here is the link, but there are VERY HEAVY SPOILERS there: http://2style.in/uri/pedestal/omake.html