2018: Year Of The Gamer’s Broken Wallet

2017 was a pretty good year for games. We got Cuphead, Hellblade, Assassin’s Creed Origins, PUBG and Mario Odyssey. And as the new year dawns upon us, it’s time to reflect upon how empty everyone’s wallet will be.

2018 promises a lot more. Here’s a long-winded list of games being released next year to look forward to:

  • The Wolf Among Us Season 2
  • Kingdom Hearts III
  • Monster Hunter: World
  • A Way Out
  • Days Gone
  • Red Dead Redemption 2*
  • God of War 4
  • Metro Exodus
  • Code Vein
  • Spiderman
  • Detroit: Become Human
  • The Walking Dead: Final Season
  • Metal Gear Survive
  • Anthem
  • Shadow of the Colossus Remastered

Everything in bold are my priorities for the year. I know things will go haywire immediately once new games under the radar start popping up.

Right now, I suggest that everyone in the world preorders the Wolf Among Us Season 2, Shadow of the Colossus and Red Dead Redemption 2 as it’s pretty self-explanatory that those are going to be undeniably incredible.

Here’s some links with the best deals for games:

For console games, check out Console Deals.

For PC, there’s a few options:

Have fun uncontrollably splurging your money on games next year.

*don’t keep your hopes up, it’ll probably get delayed.


Nintendo is our saviour.

So, Britain left the EU. The media is brainwashing everyone, as you do, and the world has gone mental. But far away, there’s a beacon of hope shining from Nintendo HQ. A ray of light and future utopia. They did it. The power of Pokémon prevailed.

I’m sure that you know of Pokémon GO as it’s now a universal meme that’s circling worldwide. It’s taken the world by storm, especially when budding trainers find dead bodies when looking for a Squirtle. In short, it’s a free-to-play augmented reality game where you go around and look for Pokémons. You can find them based on their element, so water Pokémons would be in water and grass ones in the grass. I’m just worried about where you find ghost Pokémons.

But aside from the injuries sustained from playing the game, it’s really smart. I can even make a bullet point list on it.

  • encourages travelling and exercise
  • makes people reminisce about their childhood
  • makes people feel old straight after
  • shows the world the right way to socialise
  • plus, business is booming because there’s a Blastoise in the warehouse


I’m glad I existed the same time Pokemon GO did because now the world is a bit more better. Nintendo made people socialise without their phones being the middle man (or woman) but being a guide to a more friendly America, and hopefully a more friendly world.