To me, one of the most important things in life is finding a happy place. Something you can always turn to when the crazy, chaotic world outside starts to wear you down and make you feel unhappy. I've had many happy places over the years, some actual location, and some found in video games. This year, I was able to add another happy place to the list, Stardew Valley.
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As it may be evident with other games in the "First Times" series, I have a mission to go out of my way to play specific games that people talk about for years. But Dishonored was a different story.
See, I woke up hearing the fantastic news that Skate 3 finally joined the list of backwards compatible games on the Xbox One and with that still ringing through my ears I purchased it and watched as it began to download. Growing impatient I booted up Dishonored: Definitive Edition with the intention of playing until Skate 3 finished.
Infinity Ward delivers an emotional tour de force that fails to make the most of its unique setting.
It's been awhile since I started another "First Times" and this one, was in the works for quite some time. You might remember my first entry being on Telltale's The Walking Dead: Season 1 which I enjoyed quite a bit or maybe you jumped in when I played through the main entries in the Metal Gear Solid series leading up to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
I know the Mass Effect series is a beloved one by many, including a few writers here at APG, but I never really understood why. I figured out rather quickly why people were crazy for Kojima's series and while The Walking Dead didn't grant me some level of understanding, I at least knocked a game off my immeasurable backlog. So with me tackling on this series, I can rightfully knock off three games.
Respawn Entertainment delivers one of the wildest FPS campaigns of the past 10 years.
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