With our fearless leader galavanting off on his own, the rest of us will be putting our feet up on the furniture, smoking inside, and generally making a mess of Pure PlayStation HQ. It is the weekend. We have earned a little time to unplug and unwind, before we have to go back to work on Monday, or, perish the thought, go back to work tomorrow.
As part of our decompression from the week, here is what we will be doing. Be sure to drop us a comment to let us know how you will be enjoying your time.
I’ll be spending my weekend in Amsterdam, so the only games I’ll be playing will involve copious amounts of alcohol, narcotics, and more of both. If I survive, I’ll try and play a game or two next weekend.
I’ll be playing Fated and trying to ignore the fact that none of the characters seem to blink. It is very uncomforting, but I will deal with it for you fair reader. The review will be forthcoming.
I have a few things I am trying to get done for next week. Other than that, I will be playing the Prey demo. We have seen many trailers, but I am curious about how the game will actually play. If I have extra time, I will keep hacking away at Persona 5. So far, it is still great.
The PS One is back from hibernation for another run through the original Crash Bandicoot trilogy prior to the remaster+ due out in a couple of months. I’m sure there’ll also be a spare five minutes to let me tend to my crops in Stardew Valley, or as I have named my place: Shambles Farm.
I’ve been fighting off the creeping death all week long, but I just got a review copy in the mail so I’m gonna crawl out of bed and get to work. Plus I’m still grinding through salt and sanctuary and Killzone on my new Vita.
I plan on playing the Prey demo to see what all the fuss is about, and after I’ve had the bejeebus scared out of me it will be back to Mass Effect: Andromeda to hunt for planets to inhabit.
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.