Red Dead ain’t Dead
With beautifully rendered scenes paying homage to every great western from The Great Train Robbery to Django Unchained, Red Dead Redemption's groundbreaking prequel gives gamers the ultimate wild west experience. The gruff but lovable protagonist and his ecclectic family of gangsters and degenerates are host to more laughs, gasps, and tears than any cast before or since. Match that with buttery-smooth gunfights, breathtaking landscapes, and more unsolved mysteries than the History Channel's nighttime programming, and you've got a recipe for an incredibly immersive experience that will stand the test of time as one of gaming's greatest narratives.
i have an announceme- wait wrong game
spiky blue rat gets stuck in a white void, meets his past self and has to fight time satan by collecting seven rainbow magic rocks
that being said i dont like the planet wisp stage but thats not important
but really, sonic generations is my favorite since i never owned/played any of the games before sonic 0’6 (great, right?), so i got to experience a little bit of all of them in one game.
i still want to step on omochao though, thank you for coming to my ted talk
Aliens have come to invade the earth. Commanding a squad of Earth's best soldiers, it is your duty to oversee the planet's first and last line of defense.
Six soldiers. Waves upon waves of alien invaders. And a likely chance you'll miss the target with a 98% hit.
Good luck, Commander.
Fus Ro Dah fekers
Skyrim people! Awesome lore. Awesome quests. Hot npc’s! The graphics are amazing. It’s just awesome pwople!
Another world I can escape to where I can climb mountains and slay beasts with but the click of a button. A world where success is measured in completed quests and death is temporary.
NO ONE EVER REMEMBERS IT
I was absolutely obsessed with this game for Playstation 2 called Sphinx. Heavily based in Egyptian mythology, it focused around two characters: King Tut, and a character named Sphinx. The combat/action parts of the game were played as Sphinx, whose mission was to save the kingdom from an evil emperor. Other parts of the game were played as the young King Tut, recently killed and mummified by the aforementioned evil emperor, who would solve puzzles from inside the palace walls.
One day I accidentally erased my entire save file, and was so devastated, I never picked the game up again.
I got to ride the horse
I just remember that day most vividly - I'd been playing for what felt like ages, the game just kept going and going and I had no idea how it would end (my family hadn't gotten Internet yet in our home, so I couldn't look up spoilers)
I can remember going back to the stables in the game, after what felt like the umpteenth fetch quest, and thinking "Aw, little Epona's all grown up. That's cool."
And then all of the sudden I'm riding across Hyrule.
Love, Retro, and American Exceptionalism
Sneak with a thousand bits of metal jangling in your pockets.
Eat irradiated cereal without developing tumors.
Crush all forms of government you disagree with.
Replace them with shacks and caravans of drifters.
Drink like it’s 1999.
Party like it’s 1955.
And when the deathclaws catch up to you, nuke the ground at your feet.
Two apocalyptic cities, one already at deaths door and the other falling apart at every level. Each one filled with different beliefs, neither willing to listen. Incapable of healing, destruction rots them from their foundations. A falling castle in the sky and another Atlantis buried at sea.
Take a hike, bring your baggage, make a friend, lose your mind, find something worse.
Have a real conversation.