Jk. Maybe Destroy All Humans?
US Navy surgeon and avid gamer on all consoles and PC.
I just finished Days Gone last night. This game went from a game that I had no intention of playing (due to general derivative zomb...sorry, freaker apocalypse to poor reviews. But now that I got it for "free" on Ps Plus, I am so glad I gave this game a shake. I cant seem to find a gameplay counter anywhere, but I guestimate I have at least 80 hours in and dont regret a minute. I will prob just buy the game at some point to support the devs for a game that provided me with hours of enjoyment. As for Deacon, I really enjoyed him. He's no Joel or Kratos but I enjoy his outbursts. He sometimes just seems exasperated with everyone around him and just does tasks to shut them up (which admittedly is a gameplay contrivance). Anyway, this was one of the games I was most surprised about in recent memory.
Ill throw my hat in the ring for Hitman. Not sure if you have ever played a modern hitman before but until a few months ago, I had not. I went in for Hitman 3, ended up buying the 1 and 2 packs for it, and it has kept me occupied for months. It is definitely the game that keeps on giving which, if money is an issue for you, can definitely keep you entertained for the long run, especially since they are constantly adding to it. Meanwhile, as much as I LOVE Nier, it is a reasonably concise and finite experience. I been playing for a week and will probably put it away soon once I have seen all the endings.
This may not be the most interesting answer but MGS5 would be my pick. To qualify it, I actually loved the core of the game itself which I think is what made it so disappointing. Repetitive missions, an obviously incomplete plot and thinned out production values took something that should have been one of the greats and made it mostly memorable for its glaring deficiencies. I played the damn hell out of it and convinced myself I loved it but I truthfully spent a lot of the time imagining what could have been.
My two cents: I played Disco the same way I drink a bottle of nice scotch...a few sips at a time over months, savoring it each time but not overdoing it until its gone, leaving warm memories. It's a good game to play alongside something else. Perhaps play Ghosts or Yakuza (can't go wrong with either) with a concurrent playthrough of Disco as a palate cleanser.