Another week, another lawsuit. Well, readers, don’t worry. The handcuffs are off and the controllers are out so our Saturday and Sunday will play out as normal. Though, perhaps a playthrough of A Way Out is wise in case things escalate and we need to escape the wire.
It’s also Friday the thirteenth but thus far we have survived Jason’s murderous rage. Then again, a few members of the team are missing without a doctor’s note…
Anyway, this is the time of the week when we let you all know what we’re going to be up to over the weekend. When work is done and we can let loose, orange jumpsuit and all. So here they are – our plans. Why not share yours below? And while you’re at it, how about sharing your best tip for surviving on the inside – who to bribe, who to avoid, that sort of thing.
Rather lackluster weekend now that Ni No Kuni 2 is completed and God of War is still a week out. Got a Project Nimbus: Code Mirai review to work on and the usual suspects of Rocket League and Fortnite.
After I give Ghost Recon Wildlands a try during the free weekend, I will happily be hitting the backlog. I am leaning towards something shooty. I finally have Farpoint for PSVR, so this Major Tom will be blasting into space. What could go wrong?
I’ve got a lot of catching up to do, so I’m going to spend the weekend with my arse planted firmly in front of the computer at my desk. During the designated 15-minute breaks I’ll allow myself every 6 hours, I’ll probably just neck Red Bulls to keep myself going. Maybe a couple of push ups. Might even throw in a perfect cartwheel, too.
I’ll be doing some review stuff, but in between, I’ll try to throw in some Far Cry 5, Overwatch and the new maps in COD WWII.
I’m a traitor this weekend as I venture forth with Zelda Breath of the Wild. I think I’m around two-thirds of the way through, though I keep going all Christopher Columbus looking for new areas to explore. It’s about time I get back to the story and try to finish this beauty but that’s easier said than done.
*Jeremy and Stuart are finding out there’s more to hockey masks than the NHL. We told them holiday camp was a bad idea…