Game of the year is always this weird period of my life. Not just because I’ve spent the last three to six weeks gathering guests, recording shows, and then editing/producing them. Not just because of the toll it takes on me physically/mentally/emotionally. But because narrowing down my experiences is so hard for me.
But on top of all of that, it’s the ordering part that kills me.
Many of you most likely know what my number one game of the year is. My personal list was a fun, varied list that I think represented the diverse year of video games, though somehow five first person games snuck their way onto it. I tried to keep you in suspense to the end as to what I really wanted to be my game of the year, and instead of writing out my listen in this website post, like I have done all these years before, I’ll let me script and my video work speak for itself.