Worldbuilding is an essential part of writing, but it can also become an insurmountable obstacle that derails a project...or even a writing career.
The 2021 Backlog Awards were easily the hardest so far. But since it's an annual tradition, I've done my best to trim things down to a top 10.
It's hard to ignore the fact that 2021 was one of the best years of my life, even if it was another strange 12 months to look back on for my year in review.
Every ranked list deserves a few honorable mentions, and my top 20 games list is no different. Here are 10 games that barely missed the cut in 2021.
As we covered in part 1 of my Top 20 Games of All Time update, playing new games (and finding new favorites) tends to shake up how we think about older games. However, I don’t think there were too many surprises in the changes to #11-20; that’s going to be especially true for #1-10. Sure,… Continue reading Top 20 Games of All Time, Pt. 2 (2021)
The end of the year means it's time to look back at my Top 20 Games of All Time list to see which new entries have fought their way into contention.
The Ascent combines an isometric camera with cover-based shooting and RPG progression is one of the best-looking worlds I've ever seen in a game.
Backbone is a dystopian noir adventure with a TON of style. So if you’re into film noir, adventure games, or pixel art, I really can’t recommend it enough.
After breaking down my short-term gaming plans for 2021, it's time to focus on my other passion: writing. And more specifically, what I'm writing now.
I haven't posted a game review in awhile, but I've got a lot of games to talk about. So I may as well start by breaking down my summer 2021 gaming backlog.