Don’t blink! Mat hasn’t been duplicated. It’s his twin brother Jon! We catch up on everything being played within the group, discuss the rumors surrounding the next Xbox console, and play a little show and tell!
GAMES PLAYED: Fortnite, Super Mario Odyssey, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Dragon’s Crown Pro, Darksiders II, NBA 2K18, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Edition
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Game of the year is a weird award for an individual person to reward. Who am I, as one man, to make a bold declaration on which one of the thousands of video games is the best? Especially when I’ve probably played less than 20 of them this year?
The reality is, I can declare my own personal game of the year just like anyone else. How one comes to that conclusion is irrelevant. For me, it’s all about which game I played this year was the best and most impactful, with a tendency to weight the latter more heavily. In a year where I named Catherine my game of the year over Skyrim, I still believe I made the right call. I clamor for the day when a sequel to Catherine would arrive, though I’ve been largely over Skyrim since I completed it years ago.
Enough with the preamble. My 2017 game of the year is….
Geoff Keighley and the gaming press are once again coming together for the 2017 Game Awards. Lot of great games featured in the many different categories available. Let’s take a look at some of the categories I find interesting, but you can also head over to the website for the full list and to vote!
As it stands, the Wii U will go down in history as Nintendo’s biggest home console flop. Confusing hardware, poor messaging and continued lack of third party support sunk this one from the start. That being said, there were still a number of games worth playing on the Wii U. In no particular order, here’s a list of my favourites.
I know it’s early in the morning, but join me as I stream the latest Zelda game!
[UPDATE: Streams are over, but check out the archives above!]
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With the release of the Nintendo Switch incoming, it’s time to get excited for some of the new games coming our way. Here are a few games that we know are on the way that I’m pumped for!