It’s officially autumn which means we’re heading into Q4. And what a quarter it’s set to be – Red Dead Redemption 2 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, to name but two. In the meantime we’ll have to make do with whatever plastic cases we’ve got to hand as we struggle to clear our backlog before its inevitable replenishment.
Here’s what we’re focusing our attention on this fine weekend – what are you tackling?
I’ll be working, seeing my parents and getting ready to return to uni so a bit of a break from games for me before Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey drops and consumes my every spare second!
I downloaded Batman Return to Arkham to pass the time until Spider-Man was released – now that is done and dusted I’ve jumped back into Batman Arkham City, and between that and Tomb Raider my weekend is pretty much taken care of.
This weekend is full of work- shop work, that is. I’ll be spending most of my waking moments selling shoes to ungrateful Wolfsburgers. In the few short hours I’ll have where my eyes can focus on a screen, I’ll be playing some review games as well as a bit of “Mario Baby” – Charlie’s name for Mario Kart 8.
Not much gaming will be happening this weekend as my manliness will be put to use visiting a fair and helping renovate a home. I will however work in the potential last episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead and the first episode of Life is Strange 2.
This weekend, I will be playing dodge the stomach flu in my house while trying to push out another review. I would like to try to make some more progress in Middle-earth: Shadow of War and finish an opinion piece. In the end, just sleeping might win out.
I’m hoping Mass Effect Andromeda isn’t as much as a disappointment as some reviews made it out to be. I’m going through a bit of a sci-fi marathon at the moment on TV and in books so my gaming time is following the same trend. But if it disappoints, there’s always something else begging for a little attention.
Living life one Batmobile chase at a time. When she’s not writing about video games, she’s writing terrible jokes that even a Christmas cracker would be embarrassed to share.