I do play pc games. A lot. But I don’t think that is something that you could say “this could appeal to so and so because of what they do”. It’s all about what you personally like. Even within a game you could choose to play in a totally different manner as somebody else, just because you like it that way. I play first person shooters (FPS) as medic or sniper, one friend likes machine guns and close combat, another likes to bomb everything in sight. In Skyrim, I spent hours trekking, exploring, picking flowers: I explored 75% of the map before continuing with the main quest haha; others don’t pay so much attention to side activities, and it’s fine.
I love playing simulation games like Banished, the Anno series, or Cities: Skylines; or roleplaying games as the Witcher, Assassin’s Creed, or Dragon Age. Massive multiplayer also, like World of Warcraft, the Elder Scrolls Online, or Guild Wars 2. The only genre that I don’t really touch much is horror survival (… why the need of extra stress? )
The thing is, there are so many games out there that all comes down to personal taste. Find what would you like to spend your free time with, and more important, something that will entertain you.
Then, I could offer some suggestions based on that