The year has been an absolute travesty in almost every single way. Here are my ten favourite games of the year.
Despite its October arrival, Yuri!!! on Ice is without question the best anime series of the year.
I noticed my hands twitching nervously, reaching for the shoulder buttons on the controller whilst the game finished installing. And then, I hit play.
In the end, they chose Amazon Prime, where the trio are contracted to produce three 12-episode series over three years, or until Clarkson (inevitably) ends up punching Jeff Bezos in his Seattle office.
Developer Plastic’s quirky and visually exciting title was being published by Sony, with help offered by the company’s Santa Monica Studio. How could you not trust these guys?
Search Party is a new, dark-comedy series starring Alia Shawkat as Dory, a muddled twenty-something who stumbles across a “missing” poster for an old college acquaintance named Chantal.
Why is it so rare for games to replicate relationships in any meaningful way?
Just imagine a deluded, Donald Trump-like figure who also knows how to make YouTube videos. (Exactly.)
Are you still playing Pokémon Go too?
So you might have heard about a little thing called No Man’s Sky which was finally released last week. Everywhere you look the reviews are quite…sketchy, to say the least.