2019 was a fantastic year to end the decade and the final full year of this generation of games.
This is our favorite award every year as it highlights some of the most creative games of the last year.
We added this category last year as it is clear that more and more games, including those outside of the AAA sphere, have much longer lifespans than they used to.
The idea of new content being released for an existing game is not a new one by any means.
The importance and impact the music of a game has is often forgot by people.
We've reached a point in gaming where pretty much every game that is released looks good. Whether or not it's a cohesive visual design is another thing.
Every year, it seems as though writing in games just continues to get better and better. Not all games need some robust narrative, but there are plenty of ways to design a game to feature one.
Interactivity is definitely the biggest thing that sets gaming apart from other entertainment media. In addition to that, however, is much of gaming's multiplayer aspect.
We recently ranked the past decade's 100 best games, and now it is time to look at specifically 2019.
2019 is my second year on the TechRaptor Tabletop team, and this year I was promoted to Tabletop Editor. We’ve recruited a couple of new tabletop writers and we’ve covered some stellar products.