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2019: Finish Persona 5

For someone who loves the Persona series so much, it’s unfathomable that I still haven’t beaten Persona 5. Really, it took the P3 and P5 dancing games to come out earlier this month to reignite my interest in picking P5 back up. So right now, I’m about halfway through my year at school (and thus, the game itself). I’ve just completed the final team member’s palace, so I believe I’m

Games of 2017 – Persona 5

Persona 5 was probably my most anticipated game of 2017. I was still on a high from recently discovering Persona 3 and 4, so my excitement for P5 was unlike any other game release, expect for maybe the Witcher 3. Sadly, it was pushed back a few weeks closer to my move, so I really wasn’t able to savor it as much as I would have liked before packing it

Games of 2017 – Horizon Zero Dawn

What it is Horizon Zero Dawn is a post-post-apocalyptic third-person action role-playing game. You play as Aloy, and you spend your time trying to discover who your mother was or is, all the while saving the world and overthrowing diabolical plots. You know, standard video game stuff. The main combat situations revolve around battling mechanized animals, with standard human fighting filling in during many of the actual quests. What I

Games of 2016 – Final Fantasy XV

The worst, or most disappointing, game of 2016 for me goes to Final Fantasy XV. It’s a real shame too, because I was really looking forward to it, and I had a decent enough time in the first few hours of playing it. Since I hadn’t played any of the past games, except for maybe an hour of the first one back in the day, I was coming into FFXV

Games of 2016 – Persona 4 Golden

Persona 4 Golden is probably my favorite game of the year, though it was technically released a few years ago. I started playing it in January after finishing the spin-off P4 game Dancing All Night (which is also great). Though the gameplay is fairly repetitive, you’re basically dungeon diving for each of your team members most of the time, it’s the story and overall immersion that drew me in. For