As we get closer to the end of 2020, let’s look back at the video games that helped us get through these trying times.
The game that is the most famously known for helping with our cabin fever is Nintendo’s most relaxing game Animal Crossing.
This wonderful getaway game let us live the dream of living on an island and hanging out with friends. The loveable game has helped many people live the life they’ve always wanted, stress free. With it’s terraforming, adorable villagers, and DIY building, we are free to create our own little world in this game. And to be honest, this is the closest thing to a vacation we will ever get during this pandemic.
Another game that had helped reform our nostalgia in the most beautiful way is Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.
For those who had grown up playing with the Game Cube remember the fun-filled game and remodeled characters that shaped our childhood. In this game, players are to travel back in time to Sanity Beach where Crash and his friends had their first adventure. The wave of nostalgia hits you hard as you play this game and see how the characters are still their crazy selves but with a new clear and detailed look.
The recent game that has yet again, brought gamers everywhere to their knees is the Legend of Zelda series Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.
Those who played Breath of the Wild were taken away by this beautifully crafted game. Now we are given a prequel to the fate of Link, Zelda, and the warriors of Hyrule who had sworn to protect the world from Ganondorf and his evil reign of terror. For those who have played it know that the prequel is nothing like Breath of the Wild with it’s new fighting techniques, more difficult monsters, and a plot that keeps us questioning what the end is going to be like.