More than a few industries are going to thrive in this period of forced lockdown, and the biggest two I can think of straight off the top of my head, are streaming services and video games. We live in an age where both of these things can be beamed into our homes, with no need for us to step foot outside. Last week we told you all about what is coming to the bigger Streamers, now we're sharing the gaming titles that will help keep your sanity in these trying times... If you have the data to spare.
Things are heating up in the gaming world, as the year ticks along the bigger titles start to see the light of day, and March is no different. We have Doom in all its gore, Animal Crossing for the wholesome and for the Sports fans there is MLB The Show 20. There is a bit of everything this month. Including a returning franchise that we all thought was long dead...
Music is my bread and butter, I live and breathe it, but gaming is special to me. As a young lad I had an Atari 2600, then it was onto the original Nintendo, then the 64, before moving onto Playstation 1 and 2. It was around this time that I went over to Xbox and never looked back (though I did buy a Game Cube and Wii, which put me off Nintendo for a while), and that was just the consoles.
What I'm trying to say is, I grew up as gaming became big, I'm apart of the first real gaming generation, it's probably why I try to find as much time as I can to pick up my trusted controller and get some screen time.
With that said, here are the ten titles of the year that I'm willing to break the bank for!
January is a weird month isn't it? It starts with a massive bang and everyone is excited, but most of us are still on holiday mode and struggle to get going. That includes the Video Game industry, while there are of course games coming out in the first thirty one days of the year, there isn't too much to celebrate. But we've found the following six titles to tempt you.
The holidays are great, there's plenty of time off to play video games! And while most of the larger titles have already come out, December isn't just a bleak game-less time of the year. There are still some interesting releases to come just in time for the glorious suspension of school and work!