Since playing Night in the Woods lately, I’ve been nostalgic about some of funnier video games I’ve played. I always enjoy when a game includes some humor — usually from a side character who cracks jokes, or something along those lines. But there are some games out there that are just about 100% funny. Even if you’re living through a story, getting to know characters in a deep way, shooting bad guys, or solving puzzles, the humor is an ever-present force that makes the game way more fun than it would otherwise be.
Here are the games that have had me laughing out loud the most.
Continue reading 5 of the Funniest Video Games I’ve Played So Far
Video games are fun, right? We love them — which is why it’s surprising how challenging it can be to get someone new to play them. Long-time gamers don’t always remember, but there’s a lot of frustration when a new player doesn’t know what to do.
I’ve already written a post on the best video games for beginners, but it’s a little outdated now and I’d like to write a few tips here, too. This is also all based on personal experience, since I started playing games as an adult — I know the pain! So if you’re trying to get a loved one into video games for the first time, here’s what can help. =)
Continue reading Five Tips for Introducing Someone to Video Games
This month I’m writing a weekly post for this 30-day video game blogging challenge. It’s a list of gaming topics to write about. Last week I focused on characters I loved and hated. This week, it’s about some of the biggest games in my life!
Continue reading Video Game Blogging Challenge: Games Edition
This month I’m writing a weekly post for this 30-day video game blogging challenge. It’s a list of gaming topics to write about. This week, it’s all the character questions I found interesting!
Continue reading Video Game Blogging Challenge: Character Edition