Continuing with a list, counting down, of my top 50 video games. If you missed it, you can read part one HERE.Continue reading “My Top 50 Video Games, Pt. 2”
A while ago I came across a blog that listed the writer’s top 100 favorite comic stories. I was struck by the idea and how hard it must have been to compile. Generally with these kinds of things once I’m past five everything is somewhat interchangeable. However, I also saw the merit in a project like this; it would force you to evaluate why you like something and what makes a thing important to you.
While I’m not sure I could whittle my favorite comic stories down to a list of 100, I thought I could probably manage a list of my top 50 video games. So, I set out to compile such a list. It was, as I had assumed, a tricky job. Many titles were added and removed and more still had their placement changed several times. However, I’m pretty happy with how the final list has turned out.Continue reading “My Top 50 Video Games, Pt 1 – UPDATED”
I thought I might try something with this post; start a monthly summary of everything collecting related that’s happened in the last month. I thought it’d be a good way to look back at what I’ve picked up, what I’ve written, read, played and experienced in the world of collecting. So, without further ado lets begin…
Continue reading “The Wrap Up – August, 2018”
For those who may not be aware, Shenmue is a game originally released for the Sega Dreamcast in 1999. An early example of an open world game, it was incredibly innovative for its time. Recently, Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki announced that the long awaited Shenmue III was finally being developed. To celebrate, the original two games have been re-released on modern consoles and PC.
I played Shenmue for the first time when it originally came out on the Dreamcast, but 14-year old me was never able to get past the early parts of the game’s closing act. Hopefully, with age and wisdom, the re-release would afford me the chance to finally see the game’s end.