Today, we’re going to be looking at the top 5 most viewed video game posts for 2018. This will include posts related directly to gaming. So, let’s get to it. Click the titles to open the posts in a new tab…
5) Game Review: Resident Evil 7 – Biohazard [Game Review – Xbox One S / Survival Horror / First Person]
I really love this game. For me, it was the most Resident Evil-y Resident Evil game in years. Well worth a look-in in my opinion.
4) In Desperate Need Of Love: Lightning Returns
I know it isn’t the most popular title in the Final Fantasy franchise, but this was actually the game that made me want a PS3. So, imagine my joy when it turned out to be everything I wanted it to be.
3) Crowdfunding Spotlight: Island [Kickstarter]
This was the first of my Crowdfunding Spotlight posts. It’s an interesting looking title, and it was a pleasure having a look through the details available.
2) Atari VCS Scandal: A Summary
The news from the Atari camp was looking bad for a while there, wasn’t it? This all turned out not to be so bad by the looks of things, but we shall see how the VCS does when it emerges.
1) In Desperate Need Of Love: WCW Vs. The World
This was a surprise. I still stand by this game being really good for its time, and I really do still find it fun. It’s an underrated wrestling title at the very least.
But what about yourselves? What gaming content did you enjoy on the site this year? Let me know in the comments below.
4 thoughts on “Top 5 Most Viewed Video Game Posts In 2018”
The Atari VCS stood out to me. I’m still amazed at the money it raised.
It was a surprise, wasn’t it? It’s still not out though, which may or may not be a good sign.
I need to play RE7 and the Resident Evil 2 remake. Bought both games and still haven’t touched them. I’m surprised to see who finished top of this list, given the age of the game.
I was too. But then I’ve noticed it’s being getting intermittent mentions on Twitter as an underrated game over the last year, so maybe it’s making a comeback.
RE2 is the nmute University praised of the two. 7 seemed to be quite divisive. I liked both, but 2 was phenomenal if you enjoyed the original version.