Thankful For Games in 2021
DIPSET last edited by
Starting a little before the Christmas Holiday in 2020, my friends and I linked up a lot in Halo 3 through Discord when they added cross play. It really brought us together and frequently. We played for 3 hours late last night. It’s just been fun, nostalgic like we’re back in middle school, and it ultimately kept communication during the pandemic.
It’s by far my most played game of 2021 and I really don’t see us slowing down next year either. It’s been some of the most fun I’ve had gaming since I was little.
DemonPirate last edited by
The Sonic Anniversary Orchestra thing is awesome, I can't believe that we got that for free. More companies should do this for their franchise, and I don't mind paying for them.
Ace Attorney also had one this year. Although it was like $40.
Danjin44 last edited by
I'm thankful after all these years we finally getting mainline SMT on console.
JDINCINERATOR last edited by
I'm thankful for this community, for Easy Allies, for this year's dedication towards platformers, for the exciting new experiences we've been getting and seeing the brunt of the technical horsepower of the PS5 and Xbox Series X. Most of all I am thankful that we can all share our enthusiasm for videogames-which is one of the most beautiful and purest things on this planet.
DMCMaster last edited by
Speaking of Limited Run, if you didn't know they have some kind of deal with Bestbuy. So while you might miss out on the big collectors edition of something (I really wanted that set with Quake that had a nine inch nail) Bestbuys near you might have the standard versions.
NeoCweeny last edited by
@dmcmaster I don't have BestBuy near me. I don't live in the US XD
Quake is still available though on LimitedRun
DMCMaster last edited by
Well shit, guess I know what I'm buying this weekend.
Tearju Engi last edited by
Great Ace Attourney and its sequel finally getting translated and released in the West.
All that is left is translate Investigations 2 and release the rest on current consoles.
Shoulderguy last edited by Shoulderguy
Another thing I'm really thankful for in games is more accessibility options. Most beneficial for me are the options that help reduce motion sickness. Any game that has settings to turn off camera shake, head bob, weapon sway, and play at 60fps - has my thanks.
Scotty last edited by
I'm grateful for RE franchise still going strong. They've been one of my favourite TPS/action-adventure games for last two years. They are just enough scary that can make you nervous but you still want to continue for the fun gameplay and overall stressed felling is good in a way.
Another thing is I was able to snag a PS5 at the beginning of spring while it was a hard thing to catch.
Yeah, that's it I guess. It was the ''real'' year where we felt the consequences of pandemic in gaming with all those delays.
Other than that I'm greatful because years ends so we can move a little closer to Spider-Man 2.