My wife groaned when I told her I wanted to buy a PS4 for my birthday. She told me I had enough systems that I never touch and asked how would this purchase be any different. I eventually persuaded her, but under one condition – I had to buy games that she could play as well. Woof. My wife is not a gamer.
2019 lacked a clear standout for Game of the Year . But it was still a solid year for gaming. Even the games that didn’t make the list were pretty good.
The 2010s are behind us, and they brought a lot of changes to the industry and how we play video games. Gone are the days of buying a game and having all of its content available on a disc and not locked behind paywalls, micro transactions, loot boxes and 5 planned DLCs. Of course it wasn’t all bad. We experienced the golden age of the indie developer and the rise of digital distribution services. Luckily,…