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Category Archives: Games
2020 Yearbook: Brian’s Top 10 Games
There’s everything else, and then there’s Hades.
The 75 Best Games of the 2010s, Part 4
And the #1 game of the decade is…
The 75 Best Games of the 2010s, Part 3
Part 3 of Brian’s countdown: From #25 to #2.
The 75 Best Games of the 2010s, Part 2
In Part 2 of Brian’s decade-spanning countdown, #50-26.
The 75 Best Games of the 2010s, Part 1
Brian starts his decade-spanning countdown with something for everyone.
2018 Yearbook: Brian’s Top 10 Games
Brian sums up a relatively mild year in gaming, where only one title truly reigned supreme.
‘RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2’ Review: The Waste Land
Preface: I’d like to say here that if you found Rockstar’s business practices unsavory and have decided to boycott or otherwise ignore this game, I sympathize completely. I think that’s a fine reason to miss out on this thing. No piece of commercial art could possibly be important enough to ruin so many people’s mental wellbeing like that. I still think the end result of their efforts was worth it, even if a lot of the crew who worked on this game will never be compensated as such. Anyway, enjoy whatever your choice was.
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‘SEA OF THIEVES’: Setting Sail With the Antithesis of Modern Multiplayer Games
In a gaming landscape where every game has to be bigger and badder and have more loot and more quests and more checklists, Sea of Thieves feels like a breath of fresh air.
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2017 Yearbook: What We Watched
We posted over a hundred articles, essays, and reviews in 2017. Here they are, organized for you.