The last game that I have played was Monster Hunter: World. This is the first time playing a Monster Hunter game where I have crafted more than one complete set of armor. I believe that the production team for the game has made some good decisions. For example, helping out other hunters on SOS requests; using Investigations to hunt down a specific monster while adding additional rewards in the process; providing an upgrade tree and allowing notifications to be sent to a player when a new piece of gear can be upgraded; providing enough of a tutorial to get started feeling okay and a little overwhelmed, instead of feeling not okay and really overwhelmed; explaining what a resource can provide right after finding it in the world for the first time; and auto-crafting an item (this really helped when I found a plant that I needed and it turned right away into ammo that I needed even more).
Also, I'm not sure if this is the right spot for this, but I wanted to add that because I want to play games as part of my PS4 ministry, I actually have a calendar that helps me keep track of which game I'm playing that day. If I have more time to play on a given day, then I can play more than one game. Like for yesterday, I had some additional time, so I started off with Rocket League and then played more Monster Hunter: World. But whatever day it is, I try to play that game first.
So, for example, here's my basic calendar:
Injustice 2 Mondays
Gran Turismo Tuesdays
Battlefront II Wednesdays
Rocket League Fridays
Monster Hunter Weekends
If there's a game that I want to download from PS+, then I try to get some time with that too, like I did with Batman in January. But the game of the day is my primary focus on that day, because the games I've chosen for my calendar have a long tail (i.e. you can almost play them forever). Unless the developer stops supporting the games, like what happens for shooters, then I think my calendar can stay in effect for a good while. I know that I have different interests when it comes to games, and so I add some variety throughout the week.
In the past, I would tire out on a game pretty quickly sometimes. But when I started my PS4 ministry, I wanted to focus on games for the community I'm building that would include some form of interaction, playing together and praying for one another. As you can see, I have many genres included, because I know I can share the Gospel with the different communities that have formed around the games.