I first misunderstood this prompt because I didn’t see the “your” at first. I wound have said that other then the interaction with other gamers, I like practicing my English as this isn’t my native tongue.
With the “your”, I guess that last part still fits. I like that I’m practicing my English. But it also makes it very difficult to critique it. I guess I am pretty good considering I don’t use English in my everyday life. Content-wise, I told myself a long time ago, that if I didn’t have anything nice to say about a developer or about a game that’s still in development, I would not say anything at all. With the latter, it could harm the game and since it can still change, I don’t want to have a bad impression sitting here forever even when the game has changed for the better in the future. And the first – well, I want this to be a blog with a positive atmosphere. Still, I will not ever write anything positive about a game or about developers when I don’t think it’s true! I want to give my honest opinion and that does mean pointing out flaws or issues… as long as the negative parts aren’t the only thing I’ve got to say.
Recently, as you may know, I did break this by raging a bit about gamigo. But I do think they honestly deserve it after the way they’d been treating Trion’s games and the remaining customer base.
So that’s several things I like, but I don’t think there’s anything I like “the most”. I do want to continue the focus on the more positive aspects of gaming and leave out drama for as much as I can.