It has been a while since I have played a really awesome single player game. I want a campaign that makes every fanboy inside me scream like a little girl, but most games I have played in the past 3 years or so haven't accomplished this. I think the last game to accomplish this was when I played oblivion, and the depth was just amazing. I am a fan of RTS, FPS, RPG, and MMO but the campaigns are either a) Very easy b)Lacking of depth or c) contained excessive amounts of unbelievable characters. I felt no sense of accomplishment when finishing GRAW 2's singleplayer due to c. Sure it was hard, but please, at least incorporate some decent voice acting to get the point across that you're a badass. Games with a huge backstory like Half life 2, Homeworld, and TES have always seemed to appease me. Can someone recommend a game with a fun singelplayer that has been devoloped primarily with the forever alone single player gamer in mind?
Ok, first day of school comes. I plop down my books at some random chair in english, and wait. A seemingly "normal" guy comes near me and sits down. We talk, and drink our tea like gentlemen when I realize that this guy isn't normal. His vocabulary is above par to most kids in my school, and he is a perfectionist. I ignore the prior observations and continue the week with some small chatter to him. Then, I realize what he really is. This guy is the most analytical bastard I have ever seen. He is freakin efficient, and finishes all of the test essays in an easy 10 minutes. He easily scored 98% on all 4 of the math exams we have taken, and has no shortcomings when it comes to academics. Socailly, he's pretty awkward, take this for example:
"What would happen if I chop off my scrotum and make a real "teabag" with it?"
He also started laughing hysterically when we started to read the first sonnet of romeo and Juliet, and couldn't contain his chuckling when we saw Neil kill himself in Dead Poets Society ( why Neil, you had so much coming for you!!!). Oh yeah, he self taught himself C++ and Java.
And he's a Freshman.
And he's distracting.
How do I compete with a genius?