Happy centennial, everyone! We have reached a real milestone today, and we are happy you can share it with us. We cannot mail a slice of cake to everyone, but we’ll eat some and think of you (not in a creepy way) this weekend. Perhaps our thoughts will come together to form a mind-based Captain Planet that will make the world safer for gaming.
If that far-fetched possibility doesn’t happen, here is how we will be celebrating 100 weeks of Pure PlayStation Plays this weekend. Be sure to drop your own plans in the comments, especially if they include anything with Captain Planet and thinking about us in a not creepy way.
After being a grownup for a week I have Ni No Kuni 2 to finish (which I’ve only put 15 hours in so far. Yea I am ashamed.) Other than that is the typical fun games with friends like Rocket League and Fortnite.
I’ll be spending most of my gaming time this weekend playing a top secret game for review. After that, I’ll probably just wait for the invite that never comes from Kyle to play Fortnite or Rocket League. 🙁
I’m going to be spending my weekend off my face on drugs. No, I’m not having another cheeky weekend in Amsterdam – I’m recovering from surgery and my doctor prescribed me the good sh*t. No gaming for me. I can barely hold a conversation, nevermind a controller.
When I’m not watching The Masters (yeah, I know, golf = yawn), I’ll be finally devoting time to Wolfenstein 2. Although it fails to impress me like the first, perhaps because the shock factor is gone, it is still more than deserving of a playthrough, if only to show what video games can be with a little out of the box thinking and nerve.
I will be finishing a review (It’s true this time, I hope), including finally playing through episode 5 of Telltale’s Batman. Two kinds of Jokers with barely any shared scenes? Yes, please.
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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.