VideoGameCritic wrote:I review a wide range of systems and you all know I have my favorites. However, I think there are certain systems I haven't posted reviews for in a while (years) that deserve more attention.
There are systems you are missing that have some classic content, i.e. Amiga, Sharp X68000, and even PC games. PC games is easy fix - get DosBox emulator and you can play a lot of Dos titles. Windows 95/98/ etc will be much more difficult but a lot of these titles were on consoles as well. You definitely need to review some old PC classics like Starcraft, Baldur's Gate, Fallout 1,2, Brotherhood of Steel, Xcom (also known as UFO: Enemy Unknown), Icewind Dale, Diablo, Neverwinter Nights, SpellForce, Divinity, Sim City, Doom, Wolfenstein, ... just to name a few. Windows Era, GOG.com code games that are compatible, i.e. classics like Elder Scrolls III Morrowind, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, and so on. If you like hard copies, you can always get them used and just use GOG for the download because they have some software that comes with the install to make sure it plays on Windows 10.
Sharp X68000, you are missing a console/PC with a plethora of shooters and some near arcade perfect ports of Ghouls and Ghosts and Street Fighter 2. Also a pretty decent Castlevania game.
Amiga, I do not know the console/PC that well but our European friends grew up with one. I did play an all time favorite of mine on the Amiga called Flashback. Another big title was called Another World.
I for one do not want to be the one to advise you to go broke on our account .
For modern systems, Horizon Zero Dawn and Nier Automata are noticeably missing reviews. I am surprised you have not reviewed Shadow of the Tomb Raider yet. While not very original you have played every Tomb Raider so far.
The Xbox could do with more love, very few titles reviewed. Agreed most end up on Playstation but if you have not played Ori and the Blind Forest you are missing out on a classic.