I have quite a few hobbies, while my first and most favorite hobbies are playing video games.
Most video games I like to play are FPS's(First Person Shooters) for example, Halo, CoD, BF etc., I used to play on the Xbox 360 with my friends they would come over and we would play Halo or CoD, and we still do, but now a-days I play on the PC and meet one of my friends online. Most of the games I play online are Halo 5: Guardians Forge, Heroes and Generals, Planet Side 2, and more and all of these games are FPS games. Another types of games I like to play are RPG (Role Playing Games), RPG games are Skyrim, Fallout etc., I usually play Fallout3 on my Xbox 360 but I'm planning to get Fallout 4 on my Xbox 1 or on my PC, but Fallout is under FPSRPG (Firs Person Shooter Role Playing Game).
Another thing I enjoy doing is watching television or movies, at this moment we are watching Gotham season 2 on Netflix and it's amazing like really good, all the actors well the villans are great actors because some of the characters have split personalities, well I'll let you guys watch it and decide for yourself. My favorite movie is "Planes Trains and Automobiles" it's a commedy, but it's the best comedy I have watched, not including "Beverly Hill Cops 1-3" and "Hear no Evil See no Evil" all of those movies are great, taking of comedies my favorite comedy TV series are "Everybody Loves Raymond", "The Bill Cosby Show" and "Seinfeld".
My last Hobby is that I love reading, usually my favorite Genre are "Action Adventure" and "Mysteries", I read a lot of books, mostly classics, I have read modern books but not as much as classical books. The book I'm reading at this moment is "Count of Monte Cristo", books that I have read are, "Journey to the Center of the Earth", " 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" as a matter of fact Jules Vern is one of my favorite authors, I have also read the "Nancy Drew" series the old books and the more modern books, I have also read "The Hardy boys" and "Sherlock Holmes", now going back to "action adventure" genre, "Robison Crusoe", "Treasure Island", "Narnia", "Harry Potter", "Lord of the Rings", "Hobbit" and the list goes on and on and on, so I'll cut you the slack and not name all of them.