The blackest of Fridays has come and gone for the year. Whether you pushed an old lady down in a store to save $10 on a microwave or whether your backlog pile of shame now needs steel beams to keep it contained, there are a lot of reasons to be thankful. If you shopped from your couch, you were the most comfortable (and probably smartest) shoppers yet again this season.
With all of our new games or strategically sniping a few games we had yet to purchase, here is how we will be relaxing (or continuing to work) for the rest of the weekend. Be sure to leave your plans in the comments.
After a hectic week at work, I plan on doing nothing at all this weekend but get all snug and cosy with controller in hand and refusing to move unless nature calls. I plan on switching my time between the Turf Wars DLC on Spider-Man, and a game for review.
It’s the final weekend of sweaty Welsh rugby hell for me, so again no games. However, most of my uni work is out of the way so the next few weeks should be productive in terms of doing nought and playing and reviewing some video games!
I’ve had all I can handle of Fallout 76 atm, so Red Dead Redemption 2 will be getting more playtime and maybe some Beat Saber and other old PS Plus games.
I’ve been playing a ton of Beat Saber, and I can’t get enough! Plus the free 2 player patch for 2MD VR Football just came out, and it makes a ridiculously fun game, even better for us American football fans. And because I’m blessed, I’m also playing Ride 3 for review. Check back in a few days if you’re interested in that one.
If you haven’t played That’s You, it’s a great party game, especially since it was free. Otherwise, I will be spending more time with family, so not much in the way of gaming for me.
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.