What did you think about that stealth drop of PS5 UI info? Sony pulled back the curtain on Thursday and gave us a first look at some of the new features we’ll be enjoying once we can get our hands on that elusive box. It’s a sleek and supercharged experience that makes the PS4 look dated by comparison. We’re excited to go hands-on ASAP, but what did you think? Was it everything you wanted or is there something you still want to see before you lower your skepticism shield?
While gathering your thoughtful insights, here’s what we’ll be doing this weekend. Be sure to let us know your plans, so we can copy them if they’re better.
As a very happy new owner of the Quest 2, I plan to spend every minute of this weekend I can spare with this thing strapped to my face. Thankfully, it’s noticeably smaller and lighter than the original. I’ll be playing plenty of Until I Fall for review. But I’m also excited to jump back into my game of the year, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners, which received a slight upgrade from the quest OG to the Quest 2. Plus playing all of my old favorites like Onward and Super Hot is always more fun with a shiny new and more powerful headset.
Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory demo is now available to play. I know for a fact that will pull me in for a good few hours. Besides that, I might dip back into Fall Guys as I haven’t played it since season 2 started last week. I’ve heard there are some new stages to play, that I imagine people have already mastered. So, I’m looking forward to being a sitting duck.
I’ll be finishing up a review, and then it’s back to the backlog. I have a new character in Path of Exile and would like to try a little Heist content. I’ve also started the first Atelier Ryza game in preparation for the sequel. So far, it’s the balance of sweetness and strategy I needed, before possibly picking up Doom Eternal’s DLC next week.
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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.