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Pure PlayStation Plays: Week 45

We have managed to scrape and crawl to the end of another lovely week, and we have two rewards. First, hooray for the weekend. Second, we gained a new addition to the team. Be sure to give a very warm welcome to Jeremy Peterson and, of course, be excellent to each other.

Here is what will be rocking our weekend:

Hannah Ellis

I will be taking my first steps in the shoes of Geralt as I experience The Witcher 3 for the first time. It doesn’t need much of an introduction, it’s universally known to be pretty good so I have high hopes for this one. Monsters, potions, big open world- what’s not to love?

Kyle Durant

Disc Jam is my go to option nowadays. Plus, the tournaments the dev team is running near daily also feed my competitive addiction. Besides that I got to finish up Ghost Recon Wildlands, but I have to tell you it’s hard to get motivation to complete it.

Dom O’Leary

I’ll be finishing Atelier Firis: and the unimaginably long title for review, checking out No Man’s Sky’s Pathfinder update, and spending a bit of time with a gem that I’m embarrased only recently came to my attention, excellent 2D Souls-like, Salt and Sanctuary.

Merle Alix

I’ll be rollercostering my way through Until Dawn: Rush of Blood.  The only thing keeping me company will be my girlish screams and perhaps my wife’s laughter.  Wish me luck; for I shall never be the same.

Jeremy Peterson

I’ll be playing Horizon Zero Dawn, and if I can get my wife to join me, we’ll continue our way through RE 7 in VR. It’s too intense to play by myself.

Jason Frye

I will be finishing a game for review in which the school is prison, and people are dying all the time. It is (literally) a bloody good time with plenty of humor.

Jason became terminally addicted to videogames after receiving the NES at an early age. This addiction grew to include PC gaming and was cemented with the launch of the PS2. From then on, he was afflicted with epic RPGs, tense shooters, and deep strategy games, never becoming skillful, but never able to quit. He continues to play games (poorly) and share his passion for them to anyone willing to listen.
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