When not criticizing some obscure aspect of a game, Ben enjoys relaxing by playing in the infinite pool of Super Mario Maker. He was a Genesis kid growing up but Ocarina of Time made him realize how awesome gaming truly is. Hobbies include: continuing to learn Japanese, videogames (duh), reading (in Japanese and English), writing (also duh), and rock climbing. He is also a secret member of the PC gaming master race.
In making this list, it was very difficult to narrow down where a lot of 2019’s best games should place. My favorite 4 to 10 games of the year could all really be swapped around any given day. But after much hard thought, I was able to round out the list with the two games that left the largest impact on me.
October 6 marks the 10th anniversary of Demon’s Souls’ western release and I’d like to highlight it as both one of my favorite games of all time but also a game that changed and reinvigorated how I felt about the medium as a whole.
At Bethesda’s E3 Press Conference they showed off a lot of Elder Scrolls, Fallout, and Doom details, as well as a few surprises. Here’s all the big trailers and announcements from Bethesda’s show.
There were over 60 games shown off at Microsoft’s E3 2019 Press Conference including many unexpected reveals. Catch all the trailers in one convenient location …
Ghost Recon: Wildlands recently added a mission featuring Sam Fisher and that strongly points to a new Splinter Cell game being announced at E3 2018.
A lack of content has left many Sea of Thieves players disappointed. However, I think there are many ways to both make it a stronger product and get people back into a life of piracy.