will begin rolling out week after week, offering little if any breathing room even for folks who shy away from time-hogging games-as-a-service releases and meaty RPGs.
There's something to be said for waiting to play games until well after launch, not just for the sake of a smoother, oftentimes less frustrating experience, but also as a way save a bit of money and give the pent-up excitement in the air a chance to cool down. That said, there are always going to be those games you can't seem to wait on – the stuff you've been desperately following all year long.
I'm not much of a planner, but on a slow day like today, my mind wanders. I'm forced to think about the future, no matter how uneasy that can be. I've started to sort through my list of games, and I bet many of you have begun mapping out your budget and schedule for the rest of the year too. Let's figure it out.
My next few months will look a little something like this:


That's to say nothing of all the indie games that are bound to pop up, or my backlog, or titles that don't yet have specific dates. Is Warcraft III: Reforged still coming out in 2019? I'll need to find room.
Brett is currently freaking out because too many reviews are gonna come his way too fast, and I feel him. It's eerily quiet right now. But soon, it'll be gamescom. Then PAX. Then Tokyo Game Show.
How is your year shaping up?

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