GamerSushi Asks: What Are You Thankful For?

what are you thankful for video games

It’s that time of year again, time to reflect on what you’re most thankful for while you’re lying on the couch in a tryptophan-induced daze. While Canadians like myself might have had our turkey day last month, I still think that it’s valuable to take stock of what you would normally take for granted.

Specifically, what are you thankful for in video games? Personally, I’m thankful that we’ve moved on to the next generation (eight years is a long time), that Nintendo can continue its run of quality games whether or not the system they’re on is actually selling, and that PC ports have gotten much better. Seriously, for most of the previous generation being a PC gamer could be a little rough at times. I’m also thankful that gaming keeps chugging along, despite the myriad of bumps it has had to sustain over the years.

I’m also thankful for the GamerSushi community. You guys are what keeps us going all these years. It’s gratifying to know there’s selection of people out there who are willing to read our ramblings, even if they don’t comment on them (maybe comment a bit more though). We know we haven’t had a new cast in a while, but we’re planning on recording at least one before the Christmas holiday. It probably doesn’t need to be said, but we’ll have a lot to talk about.

So, what are you guys thankful for? Happy Holidays!

Written by Twitter: @mi7ch Gamertag: Lubeius PSN ID: Lubeius SteamID: Mister_L Origin/EA:Lube182 Currently Playing: PUBG, Rainbow 6: Siege, Assassin's Creed: Origins, Total War: Warhammer 2

5 thoughts on “GamerSushi Asks: What Are You Thankful For?”

  1. I’m grateful for this next generation finally getting underway and that our definition of “game” is being expanded by experiences such as Beyond, Stanley Parable, and Gone Home. This industry has so much untapped potential that doesn’t involve firing a gun, and it’s exciting to see where it goes.

  2. I’m thankful for the Internet which allows me to discover all the amazing people in the world and have them around in everyday routine. I often check out/catch up on GamerSushi on my phone when on the bus to/from college when I’m not checking it out at home.

    I think it’s pretty cool how a British guy like me can listen in and be a part of discussions with people way-way out in the world. Whilst some unfortunate folks may feel alone sometimes, it’s pretty hard to *be* alone and unheard in this modern, connected world we live in today, and I think that rocks.

    (And yes, perhaps I should comment a bit more often too.)

  3. I’m thankful that in one theorized version of reality there exists a universe in which The Leet World did not end. It gives me hope that one day I will figure out how to hop universes and finally be able to continue watching my favorite webseries.

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