Dragon age inquisition was a brave attempt to ressurect the series' name after the disaster of DA2 (which really wasn't that bad IMO) but I think it only half succeeded. It did much better in world design and length, but the plot was bland and the user interface was clunky, especially if you...
Amnesia: the dark descent
Driver San Francisco
The Secret of Monkey Island
The Binding of Isaac
The Last Remnant
Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble
Jagged Alliance: Back in Action
Witcher 2 and 3. The controls are freaking terrible, so unintuitive.
Alan Wake. Combat was boring and repetitive.
Far Cry 3. Great game but I got stuck at one point and haven't bothered to go back.
Skyrim. Started off great, but then I got to level 20 or so and the enemies were incredibly...
You really need a change, I would actually recommend something that is boring like schoolwork, or a second job. The amount of free time you have will be dramatically reduced, and consequently you'll enjoy gaming (and any other hobby) much more. It sounds counter-intuitive but it actually works.
Now that fallout 4 has been out for a few months, I'm assuming a lot of people have either finished it or played it for quite a while (10+ hours). So, how does it compare to the previous fallouts? What's the best fallout in your opinion? In terms of gameplay, graphics, storyline? Would you say...
if you're on pc you should get the mod that lets you quickly exit it, too, I found it tedious to have to wait 4 seconds or something like that to get out of the damn thing
and don't forget to take the fusion core out of it too