Happy Christmas. Y’know I am actually glad I have this huge blogging task to keep me busy throughout most of December. Otherwise, between work and all of the family get togethers I would really struggle to find time or inspiration for anything to write about. Having some good video games to talk about is something I always enjoy, even if it isn’t the content that gets me the most views. But hey, do I seem like the kind of guy who has the charisma to be a Twitch streamer?
The number six spot goes to a game in a genre that I, otherwise, have little to no interest in. I am pretty open minded when it comes to video games, but certain genres, sport games for example, always feel like games that get old fairly quickly. This game is one that manages to break away from the dogged annual release schedule and seems fresh despite getting one, or an approximation of it, released every year.
Before you die of suspense, I’ll link all the previous entries as per usual:
#10: Dead Cells
#9: Into the Breach
#8: Dragon Ball FighterZ
#7: Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
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This is usually around the time of year I make the terrible life choice of beginning my Game of the Year blog gauntlet. Around two solid weeks of extensive posts listing my best and worst video games and movies of the past 12 months as I saw them. Coupled with an intensive time of year within my job in retail, it seems like a terrible idea on my part. And yet it’s something I look forward to doing every year.
Continue reading “My Changing Approach to Video Games in 2018”
I’ve always had a fascination with Cyberpunk; it’s the realisation of our inevitable, highly technological future combined with the cynical belief that it’ll rot our society.
With the leaps in technology made in just the past few years, the cyberpunk future approaches at a frightening rate. So there’s no better time to play a horror game within that leans into all these fears about how screwed we are as a species; Observer.
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