This looks like it's going to be great. Looks like Dishonored with Skyrim-like graphics.
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Out of all of those games, the ones I find myself coming back to time and time again are Minecraft and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Both fantastic games with a ton of replay value - not that Guild Wars 2 and Mass Effect 3 don't have that, but if you want to spend a lot of time I recommend those two.
I was going to say Saints Row: The Third, but since you've already done that...
League of Legends is one of the most addicting games I know, with no real pull like World of Warcraft. You won't be forced to go back every day to grind for things (the only real thing that pulls you back is that it's fun and you get a bonus amount of IP [currency] for coming back each day) like in WoW. It also isn't super easy to unlock everything, and you'll need to devote months to this game to get all the champs you want, so it should keep you busy for a while.
Minecraft's singleplayer kept me busy for months on end, then I started up a server and started playing with my friends, and we've been playing frequently for about 2 years now. There are updates being released monthly, as well as thousands of mods and player-made maps to keep you busy.
For good singleplayer adventures, try any Bethesda, BioWare or Crytek game. I also just got into The Witcher series which is fun, but I don't know how addictive it is.
[QUOTE="Superrkilla"]How much money do you think I might spend after 3 years of pc gaming?Because I did a bit of math and so far iv spent $1385 on things like games,xbox live,controllers,headsets and 2 Xboxs(first one broke) all in the past 3 years.MrYaotuboJust on games alone you will end up spending considerably less money on the PC and get a ton more games.
I don't buy into the whole console vs. PC war, because as a gamer I like both! I will say that you will save a lot of money on PC games and you'll have a much better experience with them. Obviously computers are easier to maneuver than consoles, so messaging your friends and voice-chatting is a lot easier, not to mention the Steam sales where you can get 25 great games for under 150$ (less than the price of three brand new console games).
Alright now for my serious answer, Dota 2. I don't know that this got high praise from everywhere, and I have played the game a few times, but was never able to get into it, most likely because I'm a League of Legends player.
Battlefield 3 has a lot more to offer and a much bigger player-base, but Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was a solid experience and the weapons were much more balanced.
Street Cleaning Simulator was a bit of a let-down.