Wonderful, wonderful. The weekend is finally here and it’s time to play some video games. We’ve been busy this week with all the news and reviews, so it’ll be nice to spend a day or two slopped in front of the TV for pure fun. Well, that’s the case for some of us; others will be using the weekend to catch up on reviewing games for you lot to read!
You know the drill by now, but if you don’t, here it is: We post our weekend gaming plans and we invite you to share yours down in the comments section below. Easy.
Well, The Killers’ new album, Wonderful Wonderful released today so I’m going to only play games where having my own music playing over it works well. That means DriveClub (regular and VR) will be getting the dust blown off them, as will some chill games like Farming Simulator and Fantastic Contraptions for PSVR. Speaking of – I bought this weeks ago and totally forgot about it, so expect a (very) late review sometime next week.
I will be working on a review and maybe working on some other projects for the future. Beyond that, it is back to the backlog with Horizon Zero Dawn and seeing if there is something in the flash sale that can catch my eye.
After Chris’ raving review, I have snapped up Wipeout Omega Collection at a decent price so I will be diving into a few races as and when the weekend allows. It will be a welcome distraction from begging agents to read my work…
I’m still enjoying fighting the Red Legion far too much in Destiny 2, struggling to crack the Raid and pushing my Power level beyond the fabled 300 mark, and if that fails I’ll do it all again with a new character to liven things up again.
Of course I’ll be playing Destiny 2 all day everyday, but I’m making time in my day to wage active war with Chris Harding. He will know fire and fury like the world has never seen. Why? He said Horizon Zero Dawn is a 7.0-7.9 game. There will be no mercy.
Jeremy is… on a secret mission. Don’t ask or we’ll have to kill you. Those USB charger cables don’t just give life to dead DualShock 4 controllers…
Chris has been writing about gaming news for far too long, and now he’s doing it even more. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella.