I played WoW for a bit, but was a casual gamer at best - stopped playing after the MoP expansion. I loved it right around the transition from vanilla to BC and had another resurgence of interest when WotLK came out. I had a few r/l friends who played at the time and we were all in the same guild - that was an absolute highlight. After they left, I jumped around a fair bit, but never really found a solid community, which is why I probably lost interest.
Love love love the Dragon Age games. Played DA:O and DA2 on PC, and just finished my first playthrough of DA:I on PS4. I really enjoyed all 3 (2 less so at times), but I agree with whomever stated above that DA:O was the best. The storyline of DA:I was fascinating, but the ending left a lot to be desired, and I didn't bond with the characters the same way. By the end of DA:O I legitimately felt like Alistair and Morrigan were R/L friends and I felt kind of sad that we had no more hangouts ahead of us (sad).
Played some Diablo 3 on PS4 but I'm finding it hard to fall in love with it.
Next up is another playthrough of DA:I....also want to play the Witcher and Uncharted at some point.
Play some Hearthstone from time to time, and go through phases in obnoxious phone ap games (Clash of Clans, Game of War, Hay Day...god I used to play Dragonvale absolutely compulsively....apparently I am 12 a year old girl instead of 29.) The advantage of the ap based games is I can play them when I need a break at work, although after a certain point I get frustrated when I can't progress any further without spending cash. I don't mind spending $30-$40 on ap games to support the devs (if I'd dump $80 on a PS4 game, I can justify spending a proportional figure on an ap based on the amount of hours I'd sink into it). But I find taht even $30-$40 doesn't get you far on games like CoC or GoW.
Historically, I grew up playing the Sims, Age of Empires, and the Realm (of course). I also used to play Creatures like an absolute maniac - does anyone remember that game, where you had little fuzzy creatures called Norns? I played Creatures 1,2, and 3, and would have spent countless hours as a kid pulling my norns out of the water and trying to teach them to feed themselves so they wouldn't die if I left the game running unattended for 15 minutes.
When Good old Games (gog.com) republished the Kings Quest and Quest for Glory series, I replayed all of those multiple times. Those games basically raised me. I remember being in grade 3 and egregiously plagiarizing the entire Kings Quest 4 plot line for a short story contest, and winning. Thank you Roberta Williams, wherever you are.