I am on my third play through with FA4. It is losing its luster. I still enjoy FA3, never really like NV. I played DiabloIII but it is the same thing over and over.
Diablo 3 is basically a button-masher with loot management. I like to play in doses, which is what I think Blizzard intended.
Ok someone help me here. I really had fun at first playing that game, but playing solo seems near impossible at higher levels esp. boss fights. I think it was designed for teams. Anyone have hints for solo play-throughs? (Note: I was trying to play the stealthy ninja guy which I think was a bad move.)
My first time playing solo, I had some real difficulty with BL2. Commando is really good for beginners because you can always throw your turret out to help clean things up. There are also some early perks which regenerate your health automatically, whereas some other classes don't have them. The assassin is really not built to take damage.
Early on, I played Borderlands pretty cheaply. Try to hit enemies from range, hide and take cover if needed, know when to hit hard. Another good idea is trying to thin out the herd before you jump into a firefight. It's way easier to fight one enemy at a time instead of all at once. Now I can solo most of the game on the True Vault Hunter difficulty, but past that I still have trouble. If you watch the really good players (Bahroo, Yoteslaya) they're ridiculously good at aiming, but a lot of that is because they play on PC. It's easier to use a mouse instead of a thumb stick, I feel.
Getting the Bee shield makes life significantly easier, too. But you'll be a good ways through the main story before you have a shot at getting it.