2018 is closing down (as I write this at least), and there were games. Games and games and games. There is the added problem that I mostly missed out on. There are always more games. Then there is the history of games. I grew up roughly from when games were playable, and given the privilegeto have a swarth of time to do deep dives on entire romsets.
But even with the history of video games, there was a constant stream of high class video games in 2018. I held off on buying many, with the idea that I would buy them the day I would play them. Then there just keep being other video games to play, when life wasn’t also being there. Continue reading