Game of the Year 2019: We Back At It
What a year its been folks, and what a pair of months in between when I should have finished writing this list and when I'm actually publishing it. The reason? I wanted to give more things a chance, really. 2019 was a crazy year for a lot of reasons, and it unfortunately cut into my playing time significantly. Add onto that the fact that I'm A) Still playing Overwatch pretty often in my free time and B) Running a pretty expansive D&D campaign that sucks up a lot of energy, and my time for new games in 2019 was much lower.
2019 was the year my Switch really took over my life. Even when I couldn't find the energy to sit in front of a big screen and dump time into a game, the Switch was there to help pass some time. Luckily, 2019 was also the year where Big Bold AAA Games didn't jump out to me as much. I fell off The Outer Worlds for a lot of reasons, Sekiro did the same, among others. So expect some thoughts on smaller games here.
Finally, Honorable Mentions and Whoops Sorry, Missed It:
The Outer Wilds seems cool, and I hope I have the patience to get through it one day.
I liked Jedi Fallen Order a good chunk! Pokemon was a good Pokemon! Fire Emblem Three Houses was totally fine, but didn't drag me in as much as I wanted. I have narrative issues with Indivisble, but its a really cool game! Resident Evil 2 Remake Rules! On with the show!