The Best Lists I’ve Ever Needed

So let’s go for you. At TheGamer, we love our lists. We pump them like a rabbit pumps babies. And in just a few months with TheGamer, I created my own lists. Sometimes I write “Best Of” lists. Other times I write satire lists for our social media feeds. Then I update the lists of other writers from time to time, so that they are up to date.

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But now I offer you a first: A LIST OF LISTS. That’s right, folks, we’re going meta. But what should be the criteria for this list? First, my editors and I considered the longest lists, but we remembered that TLDR is one thing. So, I started reading my fellow writers’ lists and thought, “Wow, this stuff is so helpful!” Even outside of the game, I could use these lists to meet the needs of my daily life. So, without further ado, here’s a list of lists I didn’t know I needed.


5 Best games with romance options

by Sid Natividad

When it comes to romance, I have a lame track record. I’ve never had a serious relationship and my last date was six years ago. Yeah. MY DATING LIFE HAS BEEN NON-EXISTENT FOR ONE TERM OF US SENATORS. Of course, there are many reasons for this. But I am an adult. Mind your own business.

Luckily, I can indulge in romantic fantasies in the gaming world! So whether it’s checking into Danganronpa V3’s weird romance sequel (Seriously, what was that?) or spamming romance actions until my sims bang “woo-hoo,” I’m a casanova in the virtual world.

And that’s why I love Best games with romance options. It gives me twenty five alternatives to risking my fragile self-esteem by actually putting myself out there.

Sorry, this Bisexual Hot Mess Express is definitely out of the market!

4 Games that let you destroy buildings

by Ben Jessey

Story Time: I have never been a violent person. I was my brother and cousins ​​soft boy punching bag growing up. Yet, surprisingly, I loved fighting games. I may have enjoyed the colorful characters, flashy moves, and fast-paced action of the genre.

Bahahahahaha! I laugh! I was a ball of anxiety and rage, fighting hadoking the crap of sprites and polygons. In fact, I’m still a constantly simmering ball of anxiety and rage. The only difference is that I’m older and more depressed.

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These days, I’m looking for new outlets for my anger. Of course, I can’t destroy my own house. Also, the closest Rage Room to my neighborhood isn’t open yet. So if I can’t put on PPE and open a TV, at least I can unleash the beast on digital furniture.

Games that let you destroy buildingshas standard titles, like Rainbow Six Siege, Minecraft, and the Battlefield series. However, I’m particularly interested in the second entry in the list, Tear down. It’s a heist game that requires you to demolish buildings and furniture to acquire your target item. Driving through a wall to steal valuables? It suits me well !

3 The Sims 4 Tiny Living: Awesome Tiny Houses

by Helen Ashcroft

As a millennial in your 30s, becoming a homeowner is one of those possibilities that seems out of reach. After all, the pandemic has created a seller’s market in my area, which means house prices are going up. Plus, I don’t even make enough money to consider buying a house! (Why does it matter to me if this is a “seller’s market” when I’m thousands of dollars away from a down payment!?)

However, seeing these little homes from the innovative community of Sims 4 creators gives me hope. I’ve considered living tiny several times. Between the reduced cost of living and the potential for eco-friendly options, it makes a lot of sense. In addition, I like the cozy.

Therefore, if I decide to go for the tiny life, I steal these design ideas from The Sims 4 Tiny Living: Awesome Tiny Houses. Some may be out of my price range, like Simproved’s Huge Microhome. However, I think I could manage the cost of RGR Gaming’s The Triplets house if I split the cost with two close friends! Little common life, I’m coming!

2 The Most Elaborate Secrets Hidden In Games, Ranked

by Cameron Miller

I hate to say it, but I’m far from a finalist in video games. In fact, there are still games in my PS4 backlog waiting to be played. It’s not for lack of interest. I’m just terribly scatterbrained. Before I’m halfway through a match, my attention shifts to another. So, of course, I had to give props to The most elaborate secrets hidden in games, ranked.

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Thank goodness there are people with the time and focus available to uncover the game’s most elusive secrets. Seriously. I’m too cowardly to play a Resident Evil game, let alone check Wesker’s office fifty times for an old photo of Rebecca Chambers. Therefore, I applaud the players who came before me and shed light on these mysteries.

Also, I’m definitely going to pull out my old Gamecube and try this melee master trick. It looks great !

1 MCU Movies and Shows in Chronological Order

by Avery Lawrence Feyrer

As I’ve established, I’m not good at finishing things I start. Another example, of many, is my relationship with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Do I like Marvel? Absolutely! I became a Marvel stan the moment I played Marvel Vs. Capcom. But does the size and lore of the MCU scare me? Dead God, it is!

My best friend is practically a Marvel expert. A few years ago he tried to walk me through all the movies in chronological order. Unfortunately, somewhere around Thor: Dark World I checked. We tried to watch it after a long day of waiting for an audition at the Actor’s Equity building in Times Square that we weren’t even seen for, and I fell asleep.

I still watch Marvel movies from time to time, like Captain Marvel, Infinity War, Spiderman: Homecoming, etc. Yet every time I consider catching up from the start, a new movie or show is released and my anxiety rises again. At this point, trying to keep up with the MCU is like scrambling to meet article deadlines and hit my monthly quota. There’s just too much pressure.

Therefore, I am forever indebted to Avery Lawrence Feyrer. MCU Movies and Shows in Chronological Order covers all the essentials you need to know to acquaint yourself with the media saga of Marvel’s juggernaut. This article includes dates in the story timeline, synopses, and even information on upcoming Marvel shows and movies. This is the cheat sheet we all need! But, more importantly, it makes me feel less overwhelmed by the MCU.

Guess I’m calling my buddy, Cody, ’cause movie night is back!

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