If you could only play one game for the rest of your life, what would it be? That’s the question posed to us by Strange Girl Gaming as part of her nominations for the Sunshine Blogger award last month. A big thank you to her for choosing Later Levels and giving me the opportunity to ponder over this difficult conundrum, as well as publish the following musings in her honour.
One of the things I love most about video games is the variety. The term ‘non-gamer’ has become somewhat of a misnomer; there are so many different types of genres, styles, mechanics and platforms nowadays, that it’s highly likely everybody would find something they loved if they just gave it a chance. From open-world quest-packed RPGs to quieter, shorter adventure titles, there’s something to suit every individual.
That’s why choosing just one to play for the next sixty years is…
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