(TL;DR is at the bottom of the review)
I've always been drawn to dark stories. Perhaps that is why, when I came across a game instructing me to lose my mind and eat my crew, I had to add it to my steam library.
About a year ago, I had gotten a Humble Bundle which included a game that I was somewhat curious about, especially because the bundle that I had gotten it from was called ‘Aaargh!’ I’m sure that we’ve all been at that point where we’ve experienced games that are so frustrating that this sentiment, along with several very impolite things, would spill from our mouths. This game was called “Cook, Serve, Delicious!”
Armored Core! Armored Core. Armored Core…
Have you ever wondered what video games got me into gaming or what I was playing during such and such console war? Well, lemme break it down for you.
With so many gems in the gaming world, it can be hard to keep up with the best and worst of them. But here are five games that left us wanting more. Whether it left us wanting more about the story or the backstory of their world or something more with the games or is crying out for a sequel, here are my five personal picks.
Sword Art Online: Lost Song is essentially a partial MMORPG. It creates a limited MMORPG setting without forcing players to utilize online features unless they choose to.
Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the biggest games to come out in a long time. I wanted to share my honest views of the game.
Injustice 2 is the newly released sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us, and honestly it's taken the first game and fixed its problems, and added so much more. It's a refreshing change, and makes the game feel that much better. That's not to say it's without its issues though.
Another game that I had gotten from the Steam Sale that had occurred over the winter holidays was The Stanley Parable.
To start this thing off let's take it back to when I first got Resident Evil 4 in 2016.
During the Steam sale, I picked up a game that I had seen talked about a lot. It’s called Papers, Please.