Sixty-six weeks of yacking about which video games we’re playing. It’s a great time to be alive, is it not? Besides, what else are we going to do? Go see Stephen King’s magnum opus The Dark Tower in the theatre? Sure, what could go wrong. Is it supposed to be any good? We hadn’t heard. Nobody has mentioned anything on the internet…
I just finished The Evil Within in an effort to work on my backlog and the experience is still with me. I’ll try to play Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry but I’m worried I’ll be endlessly thrown throughout memories of previous assassins. Also, hopefully some awesome Lawbreakers action.
I’ve got some review duties to , er, duty? But when im not playing for the business I’ll be racing around at breakneck speed in WipEout The Omega Collection, then playing silly buggers in Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes with the Mrs.
Oh, and if my c*@#$ole neighbour doesn’t turn his shitty music off, I’ll be doing a 3-5 stretch for aggravated assault.
I will be forging on with the behemoth task of making inroads in The Witcher 3. What a bargain, what a beauty, what a GAME!
This weekend I will be vacationing in the land of Mordor. With Middle-earth: Shadow of War on the horizon, I want to replay Shadow of Mordor, so I am ready for it. If my video editing software will cooperate, I will put out a video on how to permanently ruin your game in the first ten minutes. If not, I am sure you will figure it out on your own.
We’re having ourselves a soiree at the Peterson Ranch this weekend so I’m sure the VR will get a workout, as it usually does when company is over. I predict Superhot VR and Arizona Sunshine horde mode will win the day. Lastly and most importantly, I’ll be making time to go see Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, with my fist raised triumphantly in the air. Reviews be damned. #notmycritics
What are you bumhugs playing this weekend? Anything good? Let us know in the comments below. Don’t feel like sharing? Go then, there are other worlds than these.
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When Jeremy isn’t writing books or playing video games, he’s living his life one random movie references at a time.