Fallout 3

Action role-playing game where you play on earth after it has been hit by a nuclear apocalypse. You play in and around the ruins of Washington D.C and your are searching for your father. Great game :).

I did like the Mothership Zeta DLC the most.

Fallout 4

Set in and around the city of Boston, known as "The Commonwealth". Four factions to work with, the Brotherhood of Steel, the Institute, the Minutemen or the Railroad. The story is about you trying to find your lost son. Like we care, we have fatman's to shoot with. I'm sure he show up someday.

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

Visit the island of Vvardenfell and spend hours killing Cliff Racer's. To be honest you get to do other things to such as fulfilling a prophecy and killing a god. All those things are fun but jumping up to hit and kill cliff racers is the thing that will be part of my muscle memory forever. I do not like the dialogue or the quests. Talking to someone turned into a guess to right word and most quest was spent being lost for long periods of time. It's nice to be able to explore a open world but i do prefer more guidance when i have quests. It gets tiresome to run around in a city to find a single person or over the landscape to find the correct mine. The rule system in the game is also a bit broken and there are bugs that put a dent in the enjoyment of the game. Killing cliff racers and falling through the floor will be my memory from this game. That and the theme song, the theme song is Epic.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine

Expansion pack for Oblivion where you hunt around for some relics to defeat a evil king from the past.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Nice world to explore but it turns repetitive fast. The game system is broken and stupid and all characters that you try to work with will jump in front of you when you fight and then attack you.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles

Second expansion to Oblivion and this time you visit the realm of madness where the prince Sheogorath needs your help to stop the cataclysm.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Dragons have returned to Tamriel and as one of the few that can speak the dragon language you can help defeat them. Nice open world with many quests and areas to explore, the only thing that brings the game down a bit is the retarded console like menus.

The Terminator: Future Shock

I started playing it as I had nothing better to play and it turned out to be one of the best games I played for along time . It catches the theme nicely and you get do drive around in a jeep and fly a hover craft.

The Terminator: SkyNET

More action in the world of the insane machines.