It’s true. 2017 was a great year for gaming. We hear this phrase a lot at this time of year, when most of the media is focused on reflecting on the games released in the past twelve months. While it’s true that we were fortunate enough to be blessed with an abundance of great games this year, I’d even go so far as to claim that 2017 was a historical year for the GWJ community game of the year.
There are those who might look at this list and say there’s nothing to see. There are those who might look at this list and say “Call me in March when they start making games again.” There are those who are wrong about Adam Sandler movies.
To them I say: Challenge accepted. I bet I can find at least five games worth telling you about.
Hello fellow Gamers with Jobs!
I’ve been writing these pseudo-reviews since 2014. That’s three years of doing the same thing. I may be someone who’s eaten the same lunch every day since 2002, but even I like to shake things up sometimes.
In 2018 I want to try something new. I’m still going to write about games, but instead of reviewing them, I’m going to tell you a story.
Welcome to Heroes of The Realm, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Karla Andrich as she takes Cory Banks, Amanda Knowlton, Ariel Jaffee and Michael Zenke from the real world and back into The Realm.
Well Well Well, a new year is upon us, full of promise and hopes, some of which will be realized, some not. And that’s just the videogame release list!
There are a lot of sequels and re-releases due out this year.
Discover what odd, quirky titles Greg "doubtingthomas396" Decker favored above the more conventional top picks of the year. See what games of the past Felix Threepaper was able to squeeze time in for. Find out what console has enamored JR Ralls above all others. Rejoice in the fact that Andrew "Minarchist" High still lives! And...
Welcome, TL;DP Fans! As longtime readers may well recall, I like to do a theme for the month of December. Usually it’s alliterative, or some kind of gregorian pun. This December will be no exception. I’ve decided to go back to gaming’s roots and play some important games that I missed when they first came out.