I agree. I'm was a HUGE fan of RDR1, but RDR2 is just boring. I'm probably 15 hours or so in, and I just don't want to play it anymore.
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Obra Dinn isn't my type of game, but the Mashable Top 10 sure is better than Gamespot's.
I enjoy reading books about my hobbies and on forums about my hobbies. If you simply mean reading fiction books, I just don't care for it. If I'm going to enjoy a piece of fiction, I'd watch watch a movie or play a story driven RPG.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey for me. Forza Horizon 4 is great, but I hate the added Fortnite avatar crap. Spiderman was excellent but short. God of War had fantastic combat and story, but was far too linear and way to many repeating puzzles. RDR2 is boring, and I absolutely loved the first one.
Things I dislike right now:
Online multiplayer. It's just gotten to be a cesspool now and has become terrible and old.
Most FPS games. They just feel like the same old thing since the early 2000's. Mindlessly move the crosshair and pull the trigger a million times.
I usually dislike stealth games, too, like the OP, although I had A LOT of fun with the way stealth was done in Spiderman.
Never. There was a reason video games were just rainy day things to do for us back in the 80's. They just weren't anywhere near as good and as fun as today's games. I'm actually glad, I enjoyed going outside and playing all kinds of sports when I was younger.