TechRaptor had a fantastic year of writing, with a number of great original content pieces, investigative journalism articles, and a consistent stream of news. With an average of 12+ articles a day, before the holiday season, our readers are able to look forward to a number of articles to find on the site each day!
We figured it would be neat to look back at our most-read articles of 2018, excluding reviews and (most) guides, to see what our readers consumed the most on TechRaptor. Plus a few we feel you NEED to read.
The 35 Most Read TechRaptor Articles of 2018
It was certainly an interesting year for adult gaming on Steam, wasn’t it?
Feed your chickens. Water your crops. ???. Profit.
Dating Sim + Match 3 = Hot, Hot, Hot. No news on an update release date yet.
This article is from 20-freaking-14. Crazy that this is still an issue, but glad we’re still able to help people!
This was some interesting news to cover. Randomly Generated Decks with no words removed from the generator? What could go wrong? (We even made an entire article of hilarious card names!)
More D&D is good, and especially for charity. Hopefully you had a chance to pick this up!
We want a new Batman game, you want a new Batman game, everybody read about the Batman game.
A conversation with Chris Avellone about his time at Obsidian, which happened to drop a few bombshells. Take a read for all the juicy details.
Hopefully somewhere with better animations. Kidding aside, this is a great article, and pretty much all of us here at TechRaptor really want more Mass Effect.
Now you can perfect your Mii in the browser instead of losing your 2 hours of tweaking when the power goes out.
You know you want it.
This was huge news – a really interesting look at a Pokemon that could have been.
If you didn’t know you could do this – now you do, and you should try it.
A lot of history…a lot of questions. Really great interview, which you should take some time to read!
It’s important to check your facts, and we saw a lot of misinformation flying around about this – so we felt it needed to be corrected.
This was certainly unexpected to hear out loud. We were all thinking it, right?
People have loved this game, and thus, they read the heck out of this article.
Ah Gen 1, you make me remember how old I am. Also, if you didn’t – check out all of our Year of Pokemon (2018) articles!
Cheating is bad, okay? Just … don’t do it.
A lot of people were looking forward to this update, for sure. Adding Co-Op was a great addition!
Gen 2 makes me feel less old, and you should read this one just like the Gen 1 article!
PUBG’s region lock issues continued long after this article, but this was the start of them trying to listen to the community. Sort of.
OK there’s a funny story about this one. Someone managed to use a user profile to get a torrent link for a game onto TechRaptor, which blew the F up on Google, and since TechRaptor is anti-piracy in gaming….I redirected that page to this one. Y’know, cus pirates. Yar.
Gotta have them Gun Skins! *Goes back to CSGO Danger Zone*
Remember the Kinect?
The changes they made definitely helped this game grow.
Learning is good. Playing games to learn? Even better!
We followed up with Chris after our report on #8 from this list.
2018 was a rough year for White Wolf.
We spoke to a few lawyers to find out. Certainly an interesting discussion.
This was certainly an unexpected event for 2018.
Fallout 76 certainly made things fun for Bethesday in Q4 of 2018.
“Do you guys not have phones?”
Cute as H&$K
Everyone was R E A D Y for this game to drop this year.
10 FANTASTIC Articles that didn’t make the list
There were a number of GREAT articles that we dropped in 2018 that didn’t get the love they deserved, or that dropped late in the year and didn’t get enough views to make the list. Here’s a few of them, that you should DEFINITELY read.
Starcraft & Diablo? Please say more. (He did)
20 years later, we reflect with some of the developers.
Take a look at storytelling through Frostpunk as an example.
Frostpunk is a deep game, so we took a deep dive.
Loot boxes were probably one of the hottest topics in 2018, and Travis weighed in with his personal experience.
This game did not get a great reception in 2015…but we think it’s still worth playing in 2018.
Trevor L O V E S Thief, and you should read why.
Gen 8 has had an influence of its own on gaming.
Origin Systems has had a huge influence on the gaming industry. Richard took a deep look into the history of this influential company.
An insightful look into Knights of The Old Republic II‘s Kreia.
Read this AWESOME series from Robert Grosso talking about biblical themes in the Mass Effect Trilogy.
That’s that! 2018 was a great year for TechRaptor, and we’re amped for 2019, where you can look forward to:
- A completely rebuilt site with new features and designs, and membership will be returning!
- An expanded content plan that will have more regular in-depth content than we’ve ever had before
- More videos!
- Podcasts! We’ll be launching our Podcast Network hand-in-hand with our new site!
Thanks to everyone who reads TechRaptor – your continued readership is what drives us day after day to create quality content. We’re excited to give you more to read this year.