I was such a huge fan of Advance Wars in my younger years that I ran a massive Advance Wars fan site for more than 14 years. Rare’s excellent N64 follow-up to the insanely-popular Golden Eye was yet another hit first-person shooter.
It lost the James Bond license, but it added even more weapons, modes, and some of the most robust multiplayer options around – even by today’s standards.
Alone in a meeting room for an hour, we talked about The Walking Dead like we were at a funeral.
The story of Lee and Clementine had been brutal, exhausting, effective, and amazing.
He’d finished it the day before, and I desperately needed to talk about the feelings I had after it was all said and done. It wasn’t a question, and it must have been obvious.