Oh yes, we’re still doing this gaming haiku thing

Do you know what I like about the vacation? Great food? For sure! The gifts? Absolutely! Family? Probably! I also like to take the time to sit down and think about the most important thing – namely, to squeeze my thoughts about some of the newest games I’ve played in the constraints of a haiku poem. I am nothing if not reliably predictable.

I’ve been doing this for a long time and you can read all my previous masterpieces here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here. Enjoy!

Wattam
“What’s this?” They ask.
“All of these objects have faces.”
“Did Rare do this game?”

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Sliding down a hill
is great fun when you are a child.
However, I am not a young man.

Unnamed goose game
Here’s a title, guys:
“This goose is not a good thing!”
I keep honking.

Department 2
D.C. dies
Deer and raccoons run through the streets
Why can’t I stroke her?

Fourteen days
Play with my son
he is learning a hard hour of life:
Father is fallible.

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
The best has gotten better.
Waiting. Is this the best zelda?
Here we go again…

Death stranding
“Come here and look at this!
“It’s the Metal Gear type!”
My wife leaves the room.

The outer worlds
Play a stupid guy
assignable things happen.
Escapism, please?

Super Smash Bros.
A new character!
Oh. It is this type of SNK.
Back to the villager.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare
Russian ideas!
Torture! Child soldiers! War crimes!
Not politically.

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