I suppose if you feel like paying for it without having to log in to a service. I was pleasantly surprised with how cheap I got The Witcher 3 for and that I could play it when my internet was fucked.
Because if you like it you know exactly what to expect and what you will get?
Admittedly this is why I will probably buy Fallout 4 after getting over the voiced character and dumbing down, it's just my expectations will reflect what I'm willing to pay. 50% of rrp or less.
Those franchises also don't disappoint. MGSV and Witcher 3 were fantastic.
You're just a contrarian hipster who thinks he's special for liking the less popular games exclusively.
I must ask, why act like MGSV is shit and Neptunia is fantastic when the latest Metal Gear plays a lot like a Neptunia game, just laid out differently?
>people who unironically use this term when speaking english
Main missions and Side Ops aren't all that different from taking quests and going into dungeons. You get a goal, go into the world, run around, collecting items, defeating enemies, and accomplishing your goal. You get rewards such as currency that you can use to improve everything, be it through getting more items, or upgrading passive effects through the Remake System or Mother Base. Barebones, I know. If you played the games back-to-back, you'd see what I mean minus differences like the stealth versus RPG battles.