If you’re like me, you grew up playing Pokémon until you hit high school when you discovered first-person shooters. I tried getting back into Pokémon years later but disconnected to all of the new titles. So I traded in cute and cuddly Pokémon training for dark and gritty demon slaying when I discovered Shin Megami Tensei, the OG team-building RPG.
By now, everyone has done all of their Game of the Year stories. People are still bitching on Facebook and Reddit about The Last of Us Part 2. We get it. You have strong opinions and have a hard time when people disagree with your views online. So we are going a different route because (obligatory 2020 was hard line goes here.) We decided it was better to share the games we played this year that helped us escape from the drama and tragedy of 2020 while getting us closer to January 1. Here are the games that helped get us through 2020. Maybe you will find as much enjoyment out of them as we did.
Theres no denying that Super Mario Sunshine is a beautiful game, but what else does it really have going for it? An analysis of Sunshine without the nostalgia goggles.
Four horror game (ish) recommendations to get you in the mood for the Spooktober season – for the extreme horror junkie to the scaredy-cat.
A mix of Nightmare Before Christmas and Hocus Pocus, Costume Quest is an enjoyable, stylized RPG to get you in the mood for Halloween.
By Brian Wells Normally, when I think of a cooperative game I can play with a friend who lives in another state, all that comes to mind are looter-shooters like Destiny and Borderlands. And then I learned about The Blackout Club from a friend. The Blackout Club is a first-person game released in 2019 by Question Games for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The game is centered around a group of teenage friends who are…