I love videogames!
Oblivion is on there because I like the music, the gameplay, the atmosphere, the lore and all of the mods for it. It's a highly customisable game.
PMD is on there because I enjoy the story and the gameplay. The music is pretty good at parts.
Crusader Kings II is on there because it has some okay gameplay. I really just enjoy committing genocide against cultures I do not like because I have a really severe form of autism. The game angers me at times because of how historically inaccurate it can be at times, however, there are a number of mods which attempt to remedy this with varying degrees of success. Like Oblivion, it is a highly moddable game which allows for a good amount of customisation. Also like Oblivion, there are a number of absolutely hilarious pornographic mods which can provide a few hours of laughs.
Morrowind is on there for much the same reason as Oblivion. It's better with the lore, but I don't enjoy the gameplay as much. Too slow paced in the beginning.
Dark Souls is a very fun game, mechanically speaking. I don't really give a shit about the lore, but it's nice that it's there.
Beyond good and evil is a game with not a whole bunch of depth to the gameplay. It's pretty much entirely story driven. The story of it is pretty good, so it's on the list.
Civ IV is a game with a lot of depth to the mechanics. Very fun, great in multiplayer although by the end of a multiplayer match with your friends, you'll all be about three years older and will hate each other. Had a great modding scene and some modding projects are still active.
Nullpomino is just Tetris. It has a lot of game modes and even has multiplayer. Great game.
Risk of Rain is a simple, fast paced, 2d action platformer roguelite. Easy to learn, not as easy to master, but it's not very hard. Unlockable characters and items allow for pretty good replayability, as does the artifact system which allows you to change the gameplay for each run. Fun game. Good in multiplayer, although sync issues can occur due to it being made in GameMaker.