Good morning Gamer Horizon fans! This week is dedicated to games that have pretty much been out over the past few months or even years. We’re talking Zen Pinball 2, Pinball Arcade, fl0w, and Minecraft. So instead of spending time to actually hype games that have already been hyped, or games that you might already own on other platforms, I figured this would be a good time to hype what’s coming for us within the next few weeks.
Starting Christmas, which is actually next week (EXCITED!), we’ll be posting our Top 10 Games of the Generation. For every day during the work week, each of our editors we will be posting all the games that have impacted their lives this generation and talk about why they were so pivotal and so important. This ultimately leads up to Gamer Horizon’s Top 25 Games of the Generation list, which will be compiled from all our lists, quantified, measured, and weighed so that we can give you an accurate representation of what we feel, as a site, are the top games of the generation.
After that, we’ll be celebrating the New Year with our Game of the Year lists, rounding out the best of the best that we’ve reviewed on Gamer Horizon. The idea here is simple: We didn’t want to toss in games that we haven’t reviewed on the site, so we figured that the best way to go about it while being fair to our readers and publisher/developer friends is to count the games that we’ve reviewed from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013, and compile our lists from those choices. After that, we’ll have Gamer Horizon’s Top 25 Games of the Year as well, so expect tons of content over the holidays and into the New Year!
This week, I’m going to be writing about why Persona 4 Golden is a game I’ll be playing again (and again (and again)). Ari’s got a review of Gomo from our friends at Daedalic Entertainment. Meanwhile, Sean is playing through Knack, and he’s got some interesting things to say about it. And lastly, Ted bought an Xbox One and he thought it’d be interesting to write his opinions on it, so that will be his contribution this week.
Welp, it’s officially the slow season again and the winter break is upon us here at Gamer Horizon. But our content doesn’t stop there! Are you looking forward to anything that’s coming out of your Christmas tree this holiday season? Enjoying your Chanukah presents? Still celebrating the Year of Luigi? Sound off on the comments below!