It's been roughly a month since the social distancing directive spread far and wide through our communities.
With people stuck inside their homes, either self-quarantining, or because of orders from the government, there has never been a better time to try out new games.
Riot's upcoming first-person shooter Valorant -- which has very little to do with Overwatch -- is going to be playable very soon.
It's been a tough week in the world at large, and since right now your best course of action is to just stay at home if at all possible, we came up with a list of some of our favorite games to play in a situation like this.
Here are the games I think you should play while you're stuck inside waiting for COVID-19 lockdown to end -- y'all remember the drill, I assume, from when Anna wrote up a heap of games to play while stuck in.
How to hunt nightmare critters in Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Spiders and Scorpions and Wasps, oh my!
It is hard for non-pandemic news to travel lately, but fans have practically been shouting the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons from the rooftops.
Best website ever helps you to create Animal Crossing themed boarding pass, passport, and more to easily share your Friend Code
If you somehow hadn't heard, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is upon us, and there's a solid chance it will make the world as wholesome as it was during the week or so right after Pokémon GO first came out.
The new 25-minute Nintendo Direct presentation of Animal Crossing: New Horizons reminds us why we love this series
The 25-minute Nintendo Direct that summarized all of the new features in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is proof that Animal Crossing fans are the superior to all other forms of gamers.
I'm on record loving Owlcat Games' Pathfinder: Kingmaker.
I don't know if the term closed world makes any sense per se, but considering that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim ushered in the term 'open world' and it's become synonymous with a certain kind of gameplay experience -- also known as sandbox games -- I thought I'd talk about whether or not gamers are finally ready to embrace games which don't subscribe to that philosophy.