Nothing to be honest.. I might be good at 'tactical defense' but.. yeah. Modern games are too balanced for having millions of turrets there and here and other team needs to find other means to raid. Also i prefer status conditioning in every game where it doesn't last 1-2 secs.
I good at tekken and Soul Calibur. i learn them quickly and i guess it's cause there similar. I can handle attack and defense equaly well and transition well between the two. As for RPG's well i'm okay and i actually pretty good at battles though thay are stressfull for me. Also i rely on healing alot.
I LOVE fighting games. I use mostly aggressive, close-range type fighters, because I like bringing the fight to my opponent and dealing massive damage, and long combos. I also like ATB-style RPGs and strategy RPGS like Final Fantasy Tactics. This is especially true for FFT because I like the amount of challenge SRPGs often bring. I also like Pokemon, but as of late, have been thinking about how to fix all of the little things that really drag down the Pokemon experience for players on average.
I love turn-based RPGs. It lets you look at your situation, think about your next move, and, most of all, relax. Though, I do like it when a fast-paced soundtrack comes in, or when there's some area with a timer. :3
And, strange for an RPG lover, I love shooters. Except FPS games.
The few buttons a game uses, the better I am at it All these years, and my brain can barely comprehend the use of 4 buttons, let alone 6, 8, or 12. I've been playing Playstations since 2000 and I still don't know the circle button from the square button. If I'm supposed to press R1, I'll press R2 every time.
I love games with non-traditional controllers/control schemes, like light gun games (Child of Eden), Typing of the Dead, Dance Dance Revolution, and Katamari Damacy.
I'm also not bad at Soul Calibur, and I got the hang of the newer Resident Evils pretty quick because you don't have to use TOO many buttons to shoot things.
I feel shame because I think this is stereotypically female of me.