Tis the day of price cuts we never knew we were waiting for on products we never knew we needed. And we survived with our credit scores in check. Woop-dee-doo! We hope you also got through Black Friday 2017 unscathed and managed to grab a bargain or three. Perhaps that third UHD telly was a little over the top, mind you…
Anyway, it’s that time of the week when we let all you nice folk in on our weekend plans. Spa breaks, half marathons, bank heists. Only kidding, we couldn’t run 13k.
This is what we are up to for the next 48 hours or so. Gameplay may be affected by our over indulgence in turkey and gravy, but we’ll muddle through. Your troopers little, are we.
How about letting us know your plans. Stuck on a mission? Found an absolute bargain in the Black Friday sales? Revisiting an old favourite? Let us know in the comments below.
Somehow I became a responsible and reliable adult and finished up 5 games sitting in front of my TV. so this weekend will involve finishing Death of the Outsider, Rocket League, and most likely Driveclub VR.
I will be working on a review and checking out some of my Black Friday spoils. Cheap gaming is the best kind of gaming.
I’m going to spend my Saturday shepherding customers out of my shop. If I make it out alive, I’ll be chilling out with whatever is quick and easy. No proper plans this weekend – just survive.
Well, Kyle is showing what a responsible adult looks like. But for me, I have way too many games on the go and what seems like no free time. So I will not be being sensible by focusing on one and seeing those elusive credits. Instead I will be sticking my thumb in a few pies a few more times, namely Bloodborne, The Witcher 3 and Watch Dogs 2. Maybe next week I’ll learn the errors of my ways…
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