Kojima's daring, yet devise surrealist, and philanthropic adventure Death Stranding took plenty of the critic's plaudits, both good and bad. Meanwhile,From Software’sSekiro: Shadows Die Twice cemented the developer's status on the world stage. Thus, going on to scoop the most coveted prize at the Game Awards 2019.
But now the dust has firmly settled, it's time to look forward to the bright future of gaming and beyond, as we gain insight into the top games of 2020.
The trailer for the new Tom Clancy shooter just dropped and the internet is already flooding with speculation and trailer breakdowns and it’s easy to see why. “Ghost Recon” is a long-standing franchise at this point and has its fair share of hardcore fans. Tactical shooters like that don’t come along as often as the standard FPS fare that the larger gaming populace has grown accustomed to, and while “The Division 2” had a lot of hype pre-release, the desire for news on “Ghost Recon: Breakpoint” seems to outstrip the younger franchise.
I know that this well crafted letter alone will not convince society of the benefits of video games for all ages. So, I have decided to compile a list of 5 reasons that you are never too old to play games. Hopefully this list can convince my loved ones of the importance of video games in all stages of life. Feel free to use it as well, in case anyone in your life ever questions the necessity of video games in your life.
t’s a time for celebration in the Sonic fandom as Paramount pictures announced they’ve taken all the fan feedback, Sonic redesign ideas (and some good-natured roasting) to heart and will be changing Sonic’s character model for the new movie that was announced to release on November 8th of this year. This kind of announcement is welcome news since the majority of Sonic fans thought the original character concept was born from the depths of the darkest part of the uncanny valley.