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Video Game of the Year: A Year-by-Year Guide to the Best, Boldest, and Most Bizarre Games from Every Year Since 1977

af Jordan Minor

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"For each of the 40 years of video game history, there is a defining game, a game that captured the zeitgeist and left a legacy for all games that followed. Through a series of entertaining, informative, and opinionated critical essays, author and tech journalist Jordan Minor investigates, in chronological order, the innovative, genre-bending, and earth-shattering games from 1977 through 2022. Minor explores development stories, critical reception, and legacy, and also looks at how gaming intersects with and eventually influences society at large while reveling in how uniquely and delightfully bizarre even the most famous games tend to be"--… (mere)
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A neat time capsule, I particularly enjoyed the early history of the 70s and 80s. One of my favorite things about reading books dedicated to games is I'll learn about a few I've never even heard of. It's exciting and surprising!

I think Minor is a good writer, and I appreciated how he interjected historical perspective and key players with each game's writeup, rather than simply "this game was good." The original art dedicated to each game was a nice touch and some of the font colors/text choices added a brilliant flair, making it a quick read.

But some of the ordering choices were really strange. Some games I disagreed with, sure, but then the green pages featuring random quotes from gaming personalities didn't seem to fit all that much. It felt like Minor was trying to have his cake and eat it too. Plus, he bashed Geno from Super Mario RPG. Hell no! ( )
  hskey | Apr 14, 2024 |
My review of this book can be found on my YouTube Vlog at:

https://youtu.be/VSxCVWHVR6o

Enjoy! ( )
  booklover3258 | Mar 2, 2024 |
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"For each of the 40 years of video game history, there is a defining game, a game that captured the zeitgeist and left a legacy for all games that followed. Through a series of entertaining, informative, and opinionated critical essays, author and tech journalist Jordan Minor investigates, in chronological order, the innovative, genre-bending, and earth-shattering games from 1977 through 2022. Minor explores development stories, critical reception, and legacy, and also looks at how gaming intersects with and eventually influences society at large while reveling in how uniquely and delightfully bizarre even the most famous games tend to be"--

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