I haven’t played online in years. When I was younger, back before the internet and when the internet was is in it’s infancy – multiplayer at home was mostly limited to consoles, or PCs on a LAN.
In the late 90’s/early 2000’s I did play some games online – but you could play maybe 2 or 3 times a week and still do quite well.
These days people seem to dedicate far more time to a single game. I could never play just one game every evening, and after an hour or two I’m ready for something else.
As a result the people who spend every day will also beat me!
So I prefer single-player games or small co-op games (like borderlands or portal 2).
I recently acquired Senua’s Sacrifice which is a sad and harrowing single-player title, but truly excellent.
I used to play a bit of playstation and nintendo in my younger years, this then moved to PC games and played a lot of MMO’s and MOBA’s for a while. These days with a young family i do not get as much time for games, but do still like to play things like Heroes of the Storm and other quick games on mobile devices etc – but do not knock the board games, still enjoy those whenever getting to together with a small or larger group
My favourite game is League of Legends. I also like playing the Sims (two very different games there!). OH, and Sea of Theives on the XBox One is another favourite of mine! Although, I also love playing board games with friends – ‘7 Wonders’ and ‘Terraforming Mars’ are two personal favs that I’d highly recommend.