Wooderon’s favourite Video Games of 2019 – #1

With this post ends another year. It’s been an odd one for me personally, I’ve had a lot of major changes in my life this year, not all of them necessarily for the better. But, as usually, my self imposed ritual of writing top ten lists for the final days of the year has reinvigorated me to start writing on a more regular schedule in beginning of 2020. I just hope my work habits allow me the time to keep up.

I have some things planned for January, which I’ll probably address a little more a the end of this post. But for now, let’s get a bow on this thing.

Oh, one more thing. If you want to see my top ten video games of 2019 list in its entirety, then just click this link.

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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review – An Exercise in Obsession

I’ve already expressed my feelings about the contradictory aspects of this game and how my admiration for it stopped me from challenging myself around it. Ultimately though, it was my feelings of wanting to see this game out that led to an experience of duality in more than one aspect of the game. Which makes sense considering the nature of the story.

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The difficult contradiction to playing Fire Emblem: Three Houses

For a game I had zero interest in during the years leading up to its release, I now find myself utterly obsessed with the latest entry in the Fire Emblem series on the Nintendo Switch. But the more I play it, the more I have come to realise that there are two opposing aspects to the game struggle to work in tandem with one another.

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