Yippee ki-yay, and welcome to your weekend. It’s time to escape the drudgery of your job through any means (or HVAC vent) necessary and focus on what’s important at this time of year – drinking to show your liver who’s boss and games.
We can’t help you with the first part, but we’ll let you know what we’ll be playing this weekend to put our thumbs to work and our minds at rest. Be sure to share your weekend plans with us in the comments. We are pretty nosy, so no detail is too small.
Tonight will all be about the new Destiny 2 raid. Although I’ve heard it should only take an hour or two so Warframe might get a little love. Other than that I’m waiting for the Weird Autumn update to hit Night in the Woods next week.
A hectic week has meant I’ve yet to even turn my PS4 on, never mind be enticed back to the wonders of Destiny 2 after the Osiris update, so my plan is to jump in guns blazing in order to have a review up pronto. Other than that and the work’s Christmas party my weekend is all set – Christmas shopping still to do but that’s what the internet is for isn’t it?
As winter is officially upon us, implied by the a blanket of the white stuff and disrupted public transport, I will be locking myself away in front of the fire. The controller will remain close at hand, as will a cup of tea, as I commit to venturing deeper into The Witcher 3. No matter how many hours I manage to commit (not many in the grand scheme) there is still so much left to do. I am in love with the adventure. But Gwent I can’t get my head around.
In preparation for our Game of the Year week, I’m going through a few of this year’s bests to help me make my decisions. So a ton of VR stuff, a handful of indies, and a healthy dose of AAA goodness. No specifics I’m afraid, as I don’t want to ruin the surprise!
I will finally be enjoying the thrills and chills of Resident Evil VII this weekend. With the lights turned off and the volume up, I am going to try to survive the Baker family. Wish me luck and a strong heart.
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.