Spyro the dragon.... Well I just beat the first one, and I found the second one for cheap at a game store and now I'm playing that. The original Spyro game is one of those games that's as good as you remember from your childhood. I don't know if the second game has aged quite as well for me, but even that one is still very fun.
Currently playing a neat little early access coop game called 'Deep Rock Galactic'. A game where you play as a bunch dwarven space miners with your friends to dug deeper into the depths of an alien planet to mine rare minerals, while blasting away swarms of hostile alien insectoid creatures. Lots of fun with buddies joining your struggle to get out alive to collect your pay!
I'm playing through dune 2 on the chromebooks our school gave us with the world's worst dosbox that will lag if alot of action is happening on the screen. And OH MAN is it slow, me and a few friends played C&C 2 or 3 days ago and it seriously felt like it was dune 2 set at 4x the speed. Soundtrack is still to the quality of Frank's other works, just that it's soundblaster.
So I bought Fallout 76. I mean it still feels like Fallout, maybe even more like Fallout, but still it feels really dull after 7 or so hours. I think it really is because of the complete lack of NPCs first and foremost. I feel like Fallout 76 is simultaniously a better wasteland and a worst one. On one hand it's more desolate and feels more realistic, but on the other hand it doesn't really feel like a story. Fallout 76 feels more like a quick retelling of Dante's Inferno than a Fallout game because there are no other characters to interact with, and the multiplayer aspect is just not up to MMO standards not even close. So what you are left with is a LotR esque journey from the shire but instead of going to Mordor you can go wherever you want and kill anything you want to kill. Fun. Except that gets boring. Granted the game world is so freaking good its enough to just want to sit and stare at the screen, and that is a big plus btw, but exploring it becomes too tedious when almost every thing is out to get you.