2019 has come and gone.
With it, some amazing new releases, such as Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, Death Stranding, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and many other games which were probably all nominated for the official game of the year at this year’s Game Awards.
Though however, this article is going to be relatively brief as for my pick for Game of the Year, I’ve already written about.
But just to pad it out, I’ll give you some hints.
My Game of The Year includes engrossing social elements that give you an emotional connection to the characters you interact with.
It features fun strategy elements when in the battlefield, and a unique feature that allows you to turn back time should things not go as planned.
It won a Game Award for Best Strategy Game.
My choice for Game of the Year is Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
What can I say about this astounding game that I haven’t already?
This was my first foray into the Fire Emblem Franchise, not counting Smash Brothers of course, and it’s a great one. It’s not a sequel or related to past games in any sense, but it can stand alone.
So much about this game is breathtaking, from the music, to the design, and story and to the characters themselves.
This is not a game to be missed. Seriously.
Well. That’s it for 2019.
I’ll be coming at ya in 2020 with a post about what I picked up in December (of 2019, duh) and a look at Rock Band Accessories, so stay tuned.