It's been nearly a month since BioShock Infinite hit shelves. That's been almost four weeks of analysis, discussion, and Twitter-bickering. The topic is wearing thin on me, and I'm excusing myself from the conversation. But, not without a few parting words.
BioShock Infinite is being lauded as one of the greatest stories ever told in a video game. Unfortunately, it is its commitment to being a traditional video game that might ultimately call to question statements like that.
Sleeping Dogs was one of the most fun games I played last year, and even made my Top Ten Games of 2012, but a lack of identity might have you calling it a little ruff around the edges - oh god, I'm so sorry.
I start the Games 101 feature off with a classic. A game that I may very well have been the last person to not play it, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Now let me explain why you're wrong about it being the best game ever made.
I might have spent a few minutes thinking of as many different "four" puns as I could to shove in here. I didn't do it, and you're welcome. Here are my thoughts on the announcement.
The Playstation 4, predictably, was announced tonight. Outside of a few trailers, the press conference was absurdly boring. Save yourself here.