As both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One Series X is out, it’s a good time to take a look at the greatest games of the previous generation.
In the last 10 years, gaming has gone from the 7th to the 8th generation of consoles and some of the greatest games in history came out.
With over 155 million units worldwide, the PlayStation 2 is the best-selling game system ever; it’s an incredible console with a plethora of great games.
I’m a big fan of Ubisoft series which is regarded by many as the evolution of the beloved Prince of Persia series. There are many games in this series and here is a list of them from the very best to the worst (which is still a pretty good game).
The Xbox 360 had such a long life cycle that is hard to narrow its game library down to only 100 games; nevertheless, here is my list.
Sony wasn’t able to repeat the success from the PlayStation Portable with the Vita; the amount and pedigree of games released on the PSP is a triumph.
Nintendo’s 4th generation console has some of the greatest games of all time which represent the pinnacle of the 16-bit era. Here are my recommendations.
I’ve been collecting for the original Xbox for a few years and even if I have most of the games I’d want; there are a few I’m still seeking.
Next month, the annual show honoring video games will not be televised but streamed and will garner a larger Canadian viewership than most national awards ceremonies. Here are five reasons why.