I can relate to not enjoying multiplayer games. I find most of them are just a few set maps and people running around shooting each other. How many variations of that do we really need? I mistakenly bought Star Wars: Battlefront a while back and - to me - it had very little value as a game because it was solely multiplayer. The only redeeming factor was just the fact that it was Star Wars.
Kind of why I appreciate Destiny. It's multiplayer, but mostly co-op and people just come in and out of your missions. They have player vs. player but - again, to me - it's just the same old thing every time.
I like the Walking Dead games, but the Telltale Games are getting easier and easier. They're almost becoming interactive movies. One of their earlier games was a Monkey Island game which had some really challenging stuff in it. Not frustrating, just a bit more challenging than what they're doing now.