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Zeph White is a chef and avid gamer. He's been known to play just about anything but is most at home on his Switch or PS4 with a good RPG.
Stray has found its home.
Oh boy. I don't even know where to start with this one. I've been looking forward to Stray since it was announced two years ago. Ever on my radar, creeping closer and closer to release. Lately, this has been a recipe for disaster. Many games look to talk themselves up to a point they can't hope to deliver. Other times, my anticipation and excitement taints what might have been a perfectly great game had I encountered it in the wild with no preconceived notions. I am immensely happy to say that this was not the case with Stray. THIS, it turns out, is my game of the year. Sure, we might still have plenty of absolutely stunning AAA games yet to come out, and many that already have. I'm certain that none of them will make me feel the way that Stray has. A deceivingly deep story, tight gameplay
Overthinking the Present and Overwriting the Past
I'm going to tell you right now that the title of this blog post is misleading--this isn't a Pokémon problem--but rather a me problem that Pokémon helped me discover and understand. I'm a long time Pokémon lover. I've played these games for as long as I've played games. I recently decided to pick up Pokémon Sword version after nearly 18 months of uncertainty.