..I have played everything out there. So, in order for me to have a decent review I am thinking I need to re-visit some older games.
First, a quick back story: I write reviews for www.ablegamers.com, which is a site for disabled gamers. Well, I should say that it is a site that talks about games, has great reviews and interviews, and features the issues that disabled gamers might face playing games. This isn't some fringe group site, but a site that millions visit each month, so I take my role there as a reviewer/writer very seriously. I am trying to become a better writer (I tend to write abstractly, and it can be hard to follow) and writing for such a professional site is really helping to whip me into shape.
I want to get one good review done a week, which will be separate from my ramblings on www.spouseaggro.com, www.mmorpg.com, and www.mmovoices.ning.com, but playing a game for a week is not enough to really give it a good review.
So, I am holding off on my next review, I am writing one this weekend but then waiting two weeks for the next one. I have really enjoyed diving into one game, which is something I rarely do (I skip around several games in a week) and want to use the experience to write better reviews.
During this next two weeks, I will be playing one game alone. BUT, in the middle of that time I will add on another game so that I will always have a game being played AS another is written about.
I just made this sound way more complicated than it is, huh?
Anyway, I need some suggestions. I am pretty tempted to do another trial of DAoC, since I loved the last one so much, but to buy the game maybe? Then the overlap game will be a freebie so that I am never subbing to too many games.
Any suggestions of some odd, older or weird games? Bear in mind I have almost literally played everything you can think of, but some of them were so long ago that it would be fresh for me.