Top Gaming Blogs to Follow
Need tips for beating a Dark Souls/Bloodborne boss? On the lookout for the next indie hit? Or do you just want an ELI5 on Kojima’s hijinks in Death Stranding?You’ve come to the right place. Listed below are some of the best blogs and sites for gamers’ needs and wants.Of course, not all gaming blogs swirling in the ether can be included. The blogs in the list are chosen because of the breadth of their bang, the quality of their content, and most importantly, the value they give to gamers.Leading the list are the following.
Everyone’s Ol’ Gaming Buddies
It’s not much of a list if the colossi of gaming news aren’t included. This first tier is solely for the gaming community’s elder statesmen—the eight sites that are always abreast on what’s hot in gaming and are recognized by gamers worldwide to be a reliable source of info in the industry.
Hey, if you’re one of ’em “PC Master Race” gamers, this one’s for you. PC Gamer is like the CNN for PC gamers. They’ve got news every hour, covering all the goings-on in the PC community, from minor updates of a game’s development to the latest controversy of triple-A publishers.PC Gamer has been churning out quality content for PC users for over twenty years. In that time, they’ve covered much ground and history since the era of floppy-disk gaming to today’s Cloud and SSDs.
Unlike the other big names on this list, Polygon didn’t start as a magazine. Rather, it launched directly into digital space, where it quickly rose to prominence due in part to its original “star-studded,” sixteen-person staff—former editors-in-chief and major contributors of other competing video-gaming blogs. And rather than writing about games, the ensemble staff chose to focus on the people playing them and making them.That’s how Polygon was shaped, and that’s how they continue to shape the gaming community today: by focusing on the culture and not the products. After all, they consider themselves a “website for the renaissance gamer.”
With a name like that, you’d think these guys are awesome, and they are! Aside from being a great source of PC-exclusive hourly news, reviews, and guides for both games and gaming hardware, Rock, Paper, Shotgun lives on the lives of indie developers.RPS offers fair treatment to all games, even to the most obscure indie game, publishing reviews about it, thereby giving the devs good, authoritative PR that used to be limited to major publishers. In Rock, Paper, Shotgun, “all games are equal until proven otherwise.”
GamesRadar+ is kind of like a new game+ mode where previous stats, items, and achievements carry over from a previous save file to a new game. Plus, a + mode contains features not available in the first play through. For GamesRadar, it earned its “+ content” when it merged with and absorbed its sister magazines, Total Film, SFX, Edge, and Computer and Video Games, bringing along each of their expertise together: film, geek culture, and video games.It’s also like a four-party fusion for forming a super Saiyan. That’s what GamesRadar+ is—a super Saiyan blog.
Like with most of the sages, Game Informer initially started as a game magazine then grew too big for print that it has joined its fellows in dominating the news world of digital gaming. Game Informer still runs its print publication, but its online edition has the largest global subscriber base in the industry.Many gamers around the world consider Game Informer as the authority in gaming news and updates..
Cited as one of the few investigative journalists in the gaming industry, Kotaku endeavors to provide gamers with informative yet entertaining content related to gaming. And the blog doesn’t just talk about games either. Occasionally, Kotaku features pieces from the artists behind the games.One of Kotaku’s merits is that it is inclusive of all gamers regardless of ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. The blog’s posting and comment guidelines reinforce its virtues, and it covers angles that highlight the ideals in the industry (for example, girls getting into competitive esports)..
It’s a simple shack run by tech-savvy people. Simply called the Shack, the site regularly posts features, news, reviews, guides, and videos about the gaming industry.What makes the Shack unique is its active user community and its Chatty forums. The latter works like a regular forum where someone posts a thread and other users reply to it, but the thing that makes it cool is that clicking on a thread won’t redirect you to another page.All the replies can be viewed in the Chatty page. And with its active users, the Shack is always abuzz with discussion.
One of the original voices in video-game journalism from the distant, mythical age of 1994, GameZone has since stood the test of time and has grown to be a trusted source of news in the gaming industry.GameZone strives to give gamers the latest news and updates from the gaming industry, even covering all the angles and the juiciest rumors. Aside from that, GameZone also delivers culture and entertainment articles relevant to all nerds and geeks around the world.
The Classy Commentators
If the first tier is gaming’s prime-time news programs, the next bunch is the hobby journalists, the working-class heroes, the passionate gamers who are experts in their own right, specializing in one or two aspects of the industry.
While Mod DB can be included in the tier above (and rightly so, as it ranks 2,030 globally in Alexa!), the database leans more on being a resource site for gamers than on being a news site.All mods in existence can be found in Mod DB. Skin texture, custom-made campaigns, patches and bug fixes, and even total conversions of vanilla games can be found on the site. As such, Mod DB is an essential resource site for gamers, especially PC gamers.
News for Gamers (N4G) features an active community. It’s the reddit of gaming blogs, where users can submit links of third-party articles to N4G. The rest of N4G’suser community can approve the link or not, and if a horde of users comments on the submission, it’ll get taken to the front page.Thisnifty community-based system guarantees that all of N4G’scontent are worthy of a gamer’s time. And the great thing is that joining N4G’scommunity is free.
Committed to quality content, USgamer regularly publishes news, reviews, guides, analyses, editorials, and opinions on everything about gaming. When USgamer looks at a game, it doesn’t just review the game and move on. The blog revisits the game at least a year later, when the hype has died, to see if the writers’ opinions have changed and if the game can sustain its entertainment value.A cool feature with USgamer is the ability to make a comment on each paragraph of an article. That makes it easier to start a discussion on a specific point.
This is the gaming world’s coalition against the #PCMasterRace boys. Siliconera caters to the console warriors, the handheld heroes, and the mobile civvies. The site feeds valuable news to the resistance and passes them info extracted from game developers sympathetic to the cause.To top it off, Siliconera has a unique message board. It’s a place where gamers can talk about anything, and it’s not a regular forum where there are separate threads. It’s just one big “room” with people talking together as an alliance. But remember: no PCs.
DualShockers is an established pundit in the video-game industry, publishing articles with in-depth previews, breaking news, editorial opinions, game guides, and their forte: reviews.Their content and reviews have been widely shared across the internet and even in other gaming publications, like IGN, Kotaku, and Gamespot. Game dev and game publishing companies often feature DualShockers’ reviews of their games in their video teasers and trailers. Some of these companies include big names like Square Enix, Activision, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, and Telltale Games.
Green Man Gaming doesn’t talk about games; it sells them. Green Man Gaming offers discounted digital games to players from 195 countries around the world. In addition, it has exclusive deals available to its VIP members. Guests can sign in as VIP members, and the registration’s for free too.Green Man Gaming also publishes games. It helps developers distribute their games to a wide audience while letting them retain control of their IP. Green Man Gaming’s list of games published includes Aporia: Beyond the Valley, Stable Orbit, and The Black Death.
DingIt.tv is a streaming site that focuses on esports and competitive gaming. While DingIt mostly features videos of online matches and play highlights, it does have a blog page where it posts articles and news concerning the world of esports.Some of DingIt’s articles talk about the latest updates to a game; sometimes, they tell the story of an esports team. But when a competition or an esports event comes up, DingIt is always there to cover it.
Gamezebo appeals to the laid-back player of casual games. Say what you will about casual gamers, but there’s a plethora of them, and Gamezebo is dominating that niche market with its in-depth reviews, guides, and walk-throughs of casual games for the PC, iOS, and Android.On top of its helpful materials, Gamezebo is always up-to-date with the latest and upcoming casual games.
Games, gadgets, geek culture—these are what GamingShogun is about. The website has been guiding gamers since 2006, relatively new compared to the big news sites of the gaming community but relatively experienced enough to have a voice of authority in the industry.GamingShogun publishes news and reviews about PlayStation, Xbox, and PC gaming, but its reach has breached real life and infiltrated general geek culture: airsoft, tech and gadgets, films, books, and even haunted theme parks.
GameSpew may be quite young on the internet, having been created in 2015, but its dedication in bringing entertaining, informative, relevant, and quality content to gamers has steadily boosted its popularity in the industry.Another factor to GameSpew’s growth is that, aside from posting reviews on its site, it also submits them to Metacritic, OpenCritic, and GameRankings. And it’s not just games that GameSpew reviews either; it tests and critiques gaming hardware as well.
PCGamesN posts news and reviews related to PC gaming. It does the standard test-and-review style for PC hardware, but when reviewing games, PCGamesN has a refreshing approach to it.Rather than letting one of its staff play a game and critique it later, PCGamesN crowdsources its reviews. The blog does that by listing a game and posting specific questions like “What score will you give this game?,” “How much exploration can you do?,” and “How fun are the weapons?”Given the subjective nature of games, this crowdsource method allows gamers to check if a game is the right one for them.
GameFront is another resource site for gaming mods. It’s got textures, patches, demos, and total conversions for games on the PC.The cool thing about GameFront is that it has a section for freelance developers looking for work. The work usually involves creating mods. While it may seem like most of the listings are volunteer work, that’s because paid jobs are occupied almost immediately after they’ve been posted. That’s how active the GameFront community is.
While Windows and Mac duke it out and divide the consumer base, Linux has steadily built a significant number of users in the last decade, mostly because Linux is a highly secure operating system. GamingOnLinux is there to meet the needs of the niche market of those who use Linux.GamingOnLinux provides Linux users with guides, updates, and resources to play games. They have an active forum with discussions all about Linux gaming and playing esports on a Linux.
Gamasutra deals with the art and business of making games. The site specializes on informing and educating game developers, professional and aspirants alike.Gamasutra publishes articles centered on the six aspects of being a game developer: programming, art, audio, design, production, and marketing. It has a “Find Jobs” page, where game studios can post a job-vacancy listing. In fact, big companies like Activision and Intel regularly post on the page when they’re hiring.
VideoGamer is a small team of gamers who write some of the most well-written articles in gaming media. It’s got gaming news and reviews and guides, videos, and podcasts, but where VideoGamer shines is in its feature articles.Sometimes humorous, often thought-provoking, VideoGamer’s features delve deep into a certain topic or game while remaining easy to read. Every gamer interested in intellectual interpretations of a game will find VideoGamer a satisfying read.
There are a multitude of talented independent developers who can make amazing games but lack the funding and marketing strength to make it big. But that was in the past. Now, indie games are at the forefront of PC gaming, thanks to platforms like Steam and blogs like IndieGames.com.IndieGames features news and reviews on indie games, giving devs a hand at promoting their games. The site is an affiliate of Gamasutra and is presented by the UBM TechWeb Game Network, which runs the Independent Games Festival & Summit every year at the Game Developers Conference.
Armchair Arcade, led by published authors Bill and Christina Loguidice, is a blog specializing on hardware hacks, tech tips, and all things geeks need to know about gaming gear. It is also a general resource for every gamer.Armchair Arcade has an editorial section and a reviews section that’s quite informative on that stuff, with many accolades to back the team’s views.Most of Bill’s and Christina’s printed books talk about game theory and design. The Loguidices even made a documentary film titled Gameplay, which got published by Lux Digital Pictures. How cool is that.
Think a d20 is sexy? Meet the other gnome on the list—or, to be more accurate, gnomes. Gnome Stew, an award-winning multiauthor website, brews up blog posts about tabletop gaming and dungeon/game mastering, the art of arbitrating and creating games, usually a pen-and-paper RPG.The Stew is filled to the brim with resources and “gnomenclature” for helping noobs learn about the craft. The gnomes are so passionate about it that they’ve published six books (available on their site) that deal with different aspects of game mastering.So if you’ve been meaning to subject your friends to torturous dungeon designs and laugh behind your DM screen, Gnome Stew can help you fulfill your fantasies.
A blog with the latest gaming news, The Game Fanatics gives gamers all there is to know about today’s gaming and geek scene. Apart from publishing articles, The Game Fanatics regularly organizes events for the gaming community.Being an independent publication, the blog is humble enough to admit that it can’t hold a candle to the top-tier gaming media outlets, but its podcasts have been recognized by the gaming community to be cool, entertaining, and informative.
When your entire lifestyle is centered on role-playing games, you’re probably comfortable assuming an extra life. Enter Fextralife—a treasure trove for role-players built by hard-core gamers, maintained for all gamers. The main pride of Fextralife is its hub of wikis for Western RPGs, ARPGs, and CRPGs, particularly on the grimdark realm of the Souls franchise and similar series.The wikis contain every single detail of a selected game. They have plot info, character info, equipment stats, and even character builds and walk-throughs—everything a gamer needs for a completionist run on their favorite RPG.Fextralife even has guides on how to home-brew your own beverage, which is pretty nifty if you’re planning to hibernate and spend an entire winter indoors (or in-cave), playing RPGs.
Retronauts is a weekly podcast that explores the forgotten frontiers of old-but-gold, classic games and the growing borders of new retro games. They alternatively harken back to the games of yore to talking about today’s new releases from the retro genre.They interview game developers in their show, talking about the games they’ve made over the years or about the gaming industry’s progress throughout history. Retronauts’s podcasts have that warm, comfortable, conversation-like quality, which makes them great for gamers to listen to while on the daily commute.
What’s up with racing and letters? There’s Initial D manga series, and then here’s VirtualR.VirtualR.net is the leading resource for the racing sim community; it’s a site focused on racing simulations. Its specialty includes serious hardware and simulation gear.No casual controller-grounded gamer can be found here; all VirtualR articles feature some form of steering wheel and pedal panels. Every news, update, and rumor about virtual racing always finds its path to the site. Think you can catch up to these speed devils.
Who doesn’t want to play with friends? While beating them in versus matches can be fun, co-op games can give a different sort of bonding experience and mutual fulfillment.Co-Optimus primes gamers with detailed info on every co-op game ever made across every system, including mobile gaming with iOS and Android, and it publishes news about the upcoming ones too.As of the time of this writing, Co-Optimus boasts 4,123 co-op games in its repertoire of reviews made. And the team is still writing more! That takes a lot of dedication.
This one is for those who live second lives in distant worlds. Massively Overpowered caters to the MMORPG fans, to the MOBA champions, to young Johnny boy, who, through an MMO guild, found a friend in Tomoko-chan halfway across the world.Massively Overpowered has info on all online multiplayer games past, present, and future. Their “archeologist” revisits old and/or now defunct MMOs. Each of their columnists covers a currently popular MMORPG. Their eyes tell of MMOs in beta or in crowdfunding campaigns. And their site contains guides, podcasts, videos, etc. about MMORPGs.
The name says it all; the MonitorNerds know all about . . . well, monitors. If talking dirty about the specs of gaming monitors is your thing, you’ve found the right guys to nerd out with.And even if you know nada about monitors, they’ve still got you covered. MonitorNerds can give you free advice personalized to your desired size, resolution, usage, and hardware. They can find you the perfect UHD gaming monitor or, if you’re strapped for cash, tip you on the cheapest 4K on the market.They do all that for free, and they don’t even have any ads on their blog too. They’re nice like that.
As a hatchling of Newegg.com, an online retailer of gadgets and computer equipment, GameCrate specializes in gaming tech. It’s a blog for games and gear and everything in between.GameCrate does cover the latest news in gaming and writes reviews on the currently hyped games, but its expertise is on the hardware side of the industry. GameCrate tests and evaluates laptops, mouses, keyboards, and other exotic peripherals for gamers. It even has a guide for selecting the ultimate gaming chair.
Nintendo is the OG in the industry. It makes sense that it has a large fan base among gamers worldwide. It makes further sense that there’d be a blog dedicated to everything about Nintendo. And so, GoNintendo’s got this covered.GoNintendo publishes news and podcasts on the latest happenings and products coming out of the gaming giant. But its forums and chat are what make this blog shine above the rest, though. Its boards are the gathering hub for all Nintendo fans, and as mentioned, there are a lot of those fans.
Exactly like what it says on the tin, Gaming on PC talks about gaming on PC. That wasn’t too difficult a conclusion to make, was it?Gaming on PC doesn’t cover any mainstream gaming news. Instead, it focuses solely on news, previews, reviews, and recommendations on PC gaming. It features indie games heavily as it believes that “indies are the heart of PC gaming” and that “their value should be known by all..
Mobile gaming is an emerging niche market. Plus, it’s divided into at least three camps: Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. DroidGamers targets the first of that niche within a niche—the Android mobile operating system.DroidGamers prides itself on being the number one resource for Android gaming. It publishes news, reviews, and features of all things Android. If you’re an avid mobile gamer who uses Android, then these are the droids you’re looking for.
My Games Lounge is the go-to site for quality coverage on the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. That coverage includes news, recommendations, reviews, podcasts, videos, and general entertainment articles.However, My Games Lounge does reviews a little differently than others do. Instead of scoring a game (which doesn’t really help gamers, according to MGL’s research), MGL awards or labels a game. For example, exceptionally good games are labeled MGL Elite/Highly Recommended or Cult Hit.MGL dissects every aspect of a game so that different gamers with different tastes can decide for themselves if it’s the right game for them.
A little blog about gaming, Ickle gives gamers the latest news, reviews, and info on the industry. Its posts are usually lighthearted and fun-focused. The blog’s description says, “Ickle is the name a child would use for something small and endearing, and we may be small, but we are big on facts.”Ickle’s goal for simple fun shows in the easy-to-navigate interface of its website. No clutter, no needless ads.
True to its name, Next-Gen Gaming Blog always looks forward to the future, making predictions on what the new year will bring to the gaming table. It keeps up-to-date on the latest developments of upcoming games and tech.Of course, being a gaming blog, Next-Gen still does news, previews, reviews, and editorials, as well as podcasts and videos about gaming in general.
It’s not just another video game blog, but it’s That VideoGame Blog. The team behind that witty name writes news about gaming on the PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and the gaming industry in general. It has a great editorial section with insightful write-ups from the staff. Some of those editorials contain their opinions about a certain game.That VideoGame Blog also reviews games and gaming gear and even stuff outside of gaming but within the culture.
Gaming Buff is a site that specializes on gaming gear and equipment, such as keyboards, mouses, headsets, and especially monitors. It’s focused on giving fellow gamers advice and recommendations to get them the best experience and immersion out of their gaming rig.While its expertise is in the hardware side of gaming, Gaming Buff does have a blog section for the latest updates on the gaming world. Most of site features are tech-related articles, but there is also news about trending video games and software.
MMOBro is a simple and lighthearted website for MMO gamers. While it does feature single-player games from time to time, the blog focuses its attention on the massive market of massively multiplayer online games.Since most MMO players want to invest more of their time into the game they’re currently playing rather than read about them, MMOBro smartly gives readers an “at a glance” review of a game. It summarizes a game’s pros and cons at the top of the review, then it goes into the nitty-gritty details.
SA Gamer is the leading gaming publication in the South African gaming community. The site is rich with quality content relevant to the trends in South Africa and the gaming world at large. It publishes news and reviews of games in the PlayStation, the XBox, and the PC, as well as of gaming hardware and paraphernalia.Speaking of hardware, SA Gamer has dedicated a marketplace section in its forums for gamers to buy, sell, or trade games and gear.
Here’s another country-specific blog based on tech and gaming. This time, Back2Gaming leads the gaming revolution in the Philippines and its neighboring islands. Back2Gaming concentrates on covering the Philippines’ thriving gaming and esports scene, with an emphasis on DIY guides, system building and optimization, and tech reviews.While B2G is primarily a gaming-tech blog, the site also talks about movies, anime, manga, and anything relevant to geek culture. It even sells toys and collectibles that are popular in geek culture.
GamerHub.TV presents gamers with video-game reviews, developer interviews, and gameplay demos. Most of its content is video-based, but it also has articles for those who prefer reading.One minor feature of GamerHub.TV that needs mentioning is its user interface, which is similar to that of Origin.com’s. Its site UI uses a drop-down menu occupying the entire left side of the site. It makes it easier for visitors to navigate the site.
Se7enSins aims to equip gamers with breaking news and latest releases. It has a page for watching live streams of their affiliate Twitch channels.Se7enSins prides itself on its tightly knit community. Through its forum, members can talk about the games they’re playing right now, bond over a certain game, or ask for help on their gaming problems. Se7enSins’ forum is also one of the most active communities in the gaming world.
The Single-Player Star
The previous entries are run by a company or a team. This next and final batch is the blogs created by a single person. Their passion for gaming is so great that they’re sharing their love by writing and creating content for the benefit of the rest of the gaming community.
Gnome’s Lair is a one-man gig, and the lord of the lair, Konstantinos Dimopoulos, writes like a mischievous yet eloquent gnome, inserting humor and wit wherever necessary.Though a gnome by night, Konstantinos is an urban engineer by day. That allows him to provide an expert’s perspective on one unique aspect of his blog: ludology, the theory of game design. For example, one of his articles goes into detail about how cities in video games are built. His job makes him an authority on that topic. But as Matthew Patrick from The Game Theorists always says, “That’s just a theory—a gaaame theory.”Aside from that, Konstantinos also writes just about anything related to gaming, with an added focus on retro games.
A veteran game enthusiast since the days of Atari and Commodore, Braxwolf Stormchaser shares his thoughts and sage-like views on what’s hot in today’s gaming and geek culture.Usually, Braxwolf talks about MMOs and his personal experiences in those virtual worlds. The conversational nature of Braxwolf’s blog makes his writing a delightful read.
Full-time technical writer and gamer girl Aywren (a.k.a. Wren) regularly hosts and posts content related to MMORPGs. As of the time of this writing, Aywren has been chronicling her journey in Final Fantasy XIV, Black Desert Online, and The Lord of the Rings Online.Followers of her sojourns are treated to journal-style writings of Wren’s thoughts on a latest patch, a new area, or a fresh feature, to name a few. But always, her style has that honest, humble storyteller quality that can appeal to all sorts of gamers.Aside from MMORPGs, Aywren occasionally shares her thoughts and reviews on a game she’s recently played, sometimes delving into detailed mechanics while often highlighting the cutesy glamour and glitz of game art and aesthetic.
Shadowz (or Shadow) is a middle-aged female in a committed relationship, with a passion for gaming. If that by itself doesn’t make her awesome, then her blog about massively multiplayer online games will.Instead of wordy articles, Shadowz posts videos about the games she’s played. Gamers can relive her adventures with every video she uploads.
8-Bit Girl is run by Kayleigh (a lover of gaming, films, cats, and all things Disney) and her husband, Casey. Her blog got included in the Digital & Tech shortlist for the UK Blog Awards, which is quite significant, given the level of competition 8-Bit Girl faced with the other blog nominees.Kayleigh writes about a wide range of topics related to gaming and geek culture. She posts game reviews, lists her recommended games, and even treats her readers to stories about her tour of Japan when she went there for her honeymoon with Casey.
Do you think some mainstream reviewers need a Falcon Punch in the face for giving inconsistent reviews on games? Maybe you just need Falcon Game Reviews.Shelby, the lone star running Falcon Game Reviews, judges all games fairly. What’s appealing about his methodology is that he categorizes his thoughts about a game as reviews, impressions, or opinion. The first one, the review, is reserved for games that he has thoroughly played and examined.Impression articles are for games that Shelby hasn’t had much time to play yet. And lastly, opinion articles are Shelby’s thoughts on a particular topic related to gaming, but not on a specific game.
Space—the final frontier. Games set in space have always been a niche market since the early days of gaming. And Brian Rubin, the space game junkie, grew up with the setting, developing a love and passion for space-based games. His motto is “If it has a spaceship, I’ll play it.”Space Game Junkie contains reviews on space-based games regardless of their genre and age. Every week, Brian also hosts a podcast where he talks about space gaming in general.
Benj Edwards runs Vintage Computing and Gaming. He is a tech journalist who wrote for the Atlantic, PCWorld, Macworld, PCMag, and FastCompany. He has also interviewed several big names in geek culture, including Sid Meier, Felicia Day, and Steve Wozniak.Reading VC&G feels like a time-travel experience with nostalgia as your guide—that is, if you’re old enough to relate to Benj’s articles. Even if you’re not or you won’t admit it, there’s still so much you can learn about the history of gaming just by browsing VC&G. You may stumble upon an ageless classic that you haven’t played yet.
At first glance, Geeky Sweetie may seem like an anime K-drama page for girls. That statement is almost accurate. Geeky Sweetie does include anime and K-drama in its repertoire, but it is mainly a geek blog to help girls find their next source of enjoyment.Run by Jeni from Pennsylvania, USA, Geeky Sweetie gives girls news, reviews, and recommendations on just about every form of media and entertainment known to women. That includes video games, anime, board games, toys, books, and movies.
One rule of writing: “Write what you know.” And lifestyle blogger Elle May from Cornwall, UK, knows a lot about gaming—not just about playing games, but also about the life of a gamer.Gaming is Elle May’s main passion, with movies and other geek-culture topics on the side. Her lifestyle articles are based on her experiences and views as a gamer. If you share her passion, you’ll know that gaming is not just a hobby. It’s a lifestyle.
Labelling himself as “the honest game review critic,” Fahad Ahmed of England writes reviews about the games he has played. His reviews are direct to the point yet still examine every attribute of a game.Most of his reviews are on mainstream games. Fahad never holds back on writing his thoughts about a game, giving gamers exactly what he thinks about a feature and not sugarcoating a review with needless fluff.One thing that Fahad has got going for him is that he admits to being quite new to reviewing games. However, his passion helps him improve his craft as he continues to write.
This is the blog of teen geek Sonja “SGM Soultamer” Marcus, where she shares her opinion about video games and their culture, particularly on MMOs and indie games.She’s also one of the uncommon breed of gamers who go outside to attend gaming conventions. She shares her convention experiences by writing an article about them, which allows her readers to attend them vicariously through her eyes.Selfless and generous, Sonja shares links to interesting articles in other MMO blogs.
ECTmmo.com is a blog by gamer girl Kaozz, an MMO player since the days of EverQuest. Her site has been up since 2009, and in all those years, Kaozz’s passion for online multiplayer games never once let up. She’s written guides for various MMOs, helping fellow gamers have fun in their chosen games.Kaozz’s main content in her blog are usually about her adventures in MMO games. Her articles are more like a “Let’s Play” diary blog with personal artwork and screenshots.
Didn’t See Your Favorite Blog?
Recommend them, and share your thoughts on the entries of this list. You may even find a new favorite blog among them.With all these content creators and blogs present in the industry, maybe you’ll finally puzzle out what Death Stranding means. Yes, after all those entries and words, that game deserves another mention, because it’s just plain confusing.But even if nobody figures out what the game is about, there are still other games to play. Choose a blog above, and check out what it has to say!