We've made it to the end of yet another week, this time bringing with it a successful legal battle for Nintendo relating to the Wii Remote and the news that the DOOM team has "bantered" with Nintendo to get Doomguy in Smash. We can dream.
Now, though, it's time to put all of that aside and discuss our weekend gaming plans. Members of Team Nintendo Life have done just that and we'd love you to join in via the comment and poll sections below. Enjoy!
PJ O’Reilly, reviewer
This weekend I’m going to be taking advantage of the slight lull in big releases to jump back into some stuff I really need to finish up. I’ll be polishing off Luigi’s Mansion 3 and Yoshi’s Crafted World with my kids as well as jumping into my latest purchase Dragon Quest XI, which I’ve only just discovered is absolutely amazing, a proper must-own game in my opinion.
I’m also still making my way through my Xmas Labo kits, although I‘ve now entirely abandoned the instructions as they’re too complex for me and am instead creating a giant cardboard Jeff Goldblum to keep me company when I feel a bit lonely or sad.
Anthony Dickens, managing director
It's long overdue but I'm in desperate need to blow away the physical cobwebs after an over-indulgent Christmas and New Year. Having finally gotten my hands on a copy of Ring Fit Adventure from overseas (it's still out of stock in the UK) I intend to clear away the coffee table and see what the fuss is all about in this fitness-based RPG adventure. Deep Heat plasters are on standby, as will be the coffee. Wish me luck, my body is ready.
Ollie Reynolds, reviewer
At the moment, I'm still spending more or less every spare moment playing DOOM (OG) - I'm working my way through the game on Nightmare difficulty, and there's just something so immediately compelling about its gameplay that few modern games can replicate. Or maybe it's just the nostalgia!
Time permitting, I'm also quite tempted to jump back into Pokémon Sword at some point. Since the Diamond and Pearl days, I always seem to lose steam with Pokémon games about halfway through, and the exact same has happened with Sword. I feel like if I can't get back into it this time, then I may well be done for good...
Austin Voigt, contributing writer
I’ve been getting very into Ring Fit Adventure, people. I was sceptical at first, but it’s quickly become a very addictive game to play. In fact, every time I sit down to play a different game, I usually end up picking up Ring Fit and gamer-cising instead (yeah, I just made that up). So I’ll be totally honest - that’s probably all I’ll play this weekend... at least, until the holiday weight and guilt are gone.
Ryan Craddock, staff writer
I'm getting ever closer to completing Luigi's Mansion 3 - I'm pretty sure I've only got about four-or-so floors to go - and I've been really enjoying seeing the variety of design choices for each one as you make your way up the hotel. Hopefully I'll find enough time to get through another floor or two over the weekend, leaving me with just the finale to enjoy next week.
I've also been playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf for the first time (I know, sorry!) in preparation for the new game, but I've actually stopped playing over the last few days so that I don't get burnt out from it. I think I'm pretty much sold on grabbing the new game in March after this short playthrough, so I'm now having to keep myself away from the thing I've just fell in love with to prepare. What a first-world problem, huh?
Gavin Lane, staff writer
With the return of Captain Picard to our TV screens after a 26-year hiatus, I’m rather excited to sit down for an hour and watch the first episode of Star Trek: Picard. Once that's done and I've wiped the space dust from my eyes, I'll probably be in the mood for some space-based gaming but, as discussed earlier this week, there really aren’t many games set in the Trek universe that measure up to the show itself – certainly not on Nintendo systems. With that in mind, I’ll probably get my space kicks from something like Everspace or perhaps I’ll make a start on that Starlink: Battle For Atlas pack I picked up for a tenner before Christmas.
If they don’t scratch the itch, I may fire up Catastronauts for some calamitous co-op fun. Overcooked 2 might have received an update this week, but you can’t run around a spaceship pretending you’re Geordi La Forge in that game, can you?
Gonçalo Lopes, contributing writer
SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays is my equivalent to your Pokémon. I can’t stop playing or thinking about it every other minute and will continue to further develop my ever-growing army of SD metal monstrosities this weekend. On the other mech front, DAEMON X MACHINA continues to process smoothly yet I can hardly recognize my avatar any more due to extensive augmentation.
Could not resist so I already cleared the wonderful 198X last night and hope the second half of it manages to surpass these original five 'retro' games. Unexpected package from the East brought Super Robot Wars X along with an old favourite Ninja Jajamaru Collection and both will see some action this weekend for sure. Now, if only I could find some free time to use my Mario Kart Racing Wheel Pro Deluxe...
My game of the week is obviously Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf because picking anything else would clearly be heresy. Remain vigilant, brothers.
As always, thanks for reading! Make sure to leave a vote in the poll above and a comment below with your gaming choices over the next few days...
After almost 60 hours, I’m gradually getting towards the end of The Fruit of Grisaia so just continuing to make my way through that. Aside from that, just a bit of Groove Coaster here and there.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions, I've just started the 3rd chapter.
As an SMT fan the characters and setting didn't leave a great first impression, but the gameplay has me hooked so now I'm along for the ride.
Still enjoying Witcher 3, such a great game. About 50 hours in so I think it might be time for a palate cleanser so will go back to NSMBU/Luigi U or maybe finish King of Cards which I was loving before my copy of Switcher arrived.
This Saturday i celebrate Chinese New Year. 😀
I played Pop'n Music Portable (PSP) in the morning and played other games :
Disney Magical World 2 (3DS)
Tomodachi Life (3DS)
Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu (Switch)
when i was visiting my Grandma house.
Tokyo mirage sessions fe encore, strangers wrath HD(love the game back then & now) torna the golden country XC2.
Various GBA games will be revisited to test my latest LCD replacement mod.
Okami HD. This beast is as beautiful as ever.
Tetris 99, because I can't resist it.
Vectronom that I just picked lately. First impressions were good for this rhythm based puzzle platformer.
This week I will be mostly playing
Cadence of Hyrule
Link's Awakening arrived this week, so been playing that. Loving it so far, as I never got around to playing the original despite downloading the GBC version on the 2DS. Also chipping away at Last of Us in readiness for the sequel.
TMS#FE Encore, a very good game so far (finished chapter 3 yesterday) meanwhile on the Xbox front it's more Master Chief Collection and Gears 5. It's a shame MCC doesn't seem to be active outside of evenings US time.
I just started up Vampyr again, really getting into it—putting my second play through of Witcher 3 (Played on PS4 first) on hold until Saber drops the patch that is apparently going to be big.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions is another rebuy that I am so pleased with, I will be continuing with that after I finish Vampyr.
Paladins (daily battle pass stuff) Overwatch and Cities: Skylines are games I play around every day and Fortnite is normally included but it’s been pretty stale with the incredibly long wait for C2 Season 2 to start, will be very happy when it does.
@JoeDiddley The gameplay is so addicting. I’m a Fire Emblem and SMT fan and the initial reveal of the game was a little jarring, but if you try your best to think of it as a new IP inspired by both franchises, it really is extremely good on its own, even if the SMT X FE would’ve been extremely awesome.
@BarefootBowser I beat that right before The Game Awards when they announced the 2nd one. It’s SO GOOD! Melina Jeurgens is one hell of an actress.
I will be continuing Pokemon Omega Ruby and probably more Tales of Vesperia on Switch. Tokyo Mirage Sessions looks really good and I'm very tempted to buy it, but can't decide whether to go physical or digital (and it's been quite good actually getting to games like ToV which have been on the backlog for a while).
Glad to see Dragon Quest XI S on that list. It's so damn good. Far too much game for your buck. Just buy it.
Me personally? More Street Fighter Collection. I don't think I will ever get tired of it, Third Strike is the dog's danglies. One of the greatest fighting games ever made, if Virtua Fighter 3 came out on the Switch I think I will die happy.
Slay the Spire.
Super Mario World on Switch.
@JissuWolfe yeah, I've made peace with judging TMS on its own terms and not on what could have been.
But even then I found the setting and characters a bit bland and cutesy compared to the SMT, Persona & Fire Emblem series I love.
I'm getting over it as the game progresses!
Finished wind waker and I’ve got twilight princess on standby but I need a palate cleanser so think I’m going to split my time between super monkey ball 2 and Rise of the Tomb Raider
Got a pretty tough exam coming up on Tuesday so I can't play too much unfortunately. I'll try to squeeze in a couple of Tetris 99 matches here and there and make some (slow) progress in FF7.
@JoeDiddley I hear you. When I first started TMS, I first thought “what on earth did I buy”? But the more I played it the more it grew on me.
This weekend, going to play the Asphalt 9 events and start chapter 3 in Tokyo Mirage Sessions on Switch. If I have time, going to play an indie racing game on PC called Little Racers Street. Grabbed it from Steam recently, and enjoying it so far.
Doing my first ranked battles in Pokemon, feeling some additional tension with it (despite that I dont have any ambition to be in the top tiers), which I dont have with casual battling. Still not sure if I like that tension or not. After winning 4 in a row I was put in my place since my team has some clear weaknesses against a few ‘mons, Inteleon included, need to finetune it a bit.
Have a good weekend all!
Copies of The Witcher 3 on Switch have suddenly become quite hard to get hold of, for some reason. However, I was able to toss a coin to Argos this week and grab one. Can hardly wait to get started but I feel I must at least roll credits on Astral Chain first. Might do Link’s Awakening as a palate cleanser first too, before clearing the next 100hrs for Geralt of Rivia.
New Super Lucky's Tale, Rocket League, Piczle Lines and Grid.
Happy gaming everyone!
Having finally got back round to playing my Switch I'm playing Luigi's Mansion 3 for the first time and absolutely loving every second it. It's visually amazing with Luigi having more personality than any video game character in recent memory on any platform. The puzzles are interesting with great use of the mechanics and I'm constantly rewarded for my own curiosity. An absolutely brilliant game.
Continuing to build up credits / apples etc on free Kirby and Asphalt games and developing a competitive Shield team.
I’m taking a break from Ni No Kuni this weekend so it’s Bulb Boy, Mario Rabbids and Blossom Tale.
Will also pick up my 3DS and plus on with Hey Pikmin.
Having beaten Oxenfree recently I'll just dip into some Smash Bros. and Bayonetta I think.
Anybody played Space Wolf? It really reminds me of the game play of Metal Gear Acid
1. Starting Spectre of Torment campaign!
2. Castlevania Lament of Innocence.
After surviving my nasty case of head shingles over the past couple of weeks I'm finally able to use what's left of my sick leave up catching up on games.
I have finally finished Luigi's Mansion 3 after twenty or so hours and have got to say it's easily one of my top 5 Switch games!Everything You said @carlos82 is exactly how I felt about that game and the boss battles I found were fun and inventive.Perfect.Ps4
I've also been putting a number of hours into Fire Emblem Three houses plus gone back to Dragon Quest Builders 2 on Ps4
For me its Smashbros and Octopath traveler.
And started Sniper elite 3
Going through the backlog while things are quiet.
Nino Kuni, Yooka Lay Lea, Crash team racing and Steins Gate.
Dragon Quest XI S because it’s awesome. Breath of the Wild because I want to draw something from it.
I'm playing the epic dolphin rider on the Saturn, kinda like WAVERACE but with dolphins
After making it to the 3rd Idolasphrere in Tokyo Mirage Sessions I am taking a break. It’s my second playthrough, the first having been summer of 2016 on the Wii U. I remember the game as pretty much perfect!
However I n the nearly 4 years since Tokyo Mirage Sessions has come out and my last playing of it, two things in particular about myself has changed. The first of which is that I cannot stand texting, and won’t be bothered to keep up with anyone in my life via texting save for my partner... and there is so much texting!
Also my general tolerance for anime nonsense is far less. :I I’m sure I’ll go back to it soon enough. But somehow that’s the last game in my backlog! Woe is me
Also downloaded Puzzle Quest demo
@BarefootBowser I am still holding out for a physical release of Senua on Switch, but I feel myself giving in as it sounds so good.
Slaying behemoth's in Dauntless!
Pretty close to getting my Kingdom Hearts III Platinum. Then I'l be playing through the DLC as well
Gonna try and finish a ton of games.
Phoenix Wright Trilogy
Sayonora Wild Hearts (which is fun as hell)
Probably catch some more Pokémon
And then begin my last month and half in the town of Hurley. New Leaf has been a big part of my life. Its tied to some significant memories in my life. Specifically the birth of my oldest daughter shortly after it's release. But I'm so ready to begin anew in New Horizons
On my second weekend of playing Fire Emblem Three Houses. I'm about 7 hours in, doing the Edelgard route. I'm enjoying the social aspects of it, but unlike Persona, the calendar often skips ahead by about a week, and I start freaking out internally about all of that time lost that I'm not using on other things. It's hard to tell if my characters are progressing quickly enough. I've been able to handle the fun few battles I've done though, so I'm going to guess I'll be alright.
My wife and I also started Tangle Tower this week. I'm playing it and she's helping me solve the puzzles. I really like the premise for this whodunnit mystery game, trying to find out who the murderer is in this weird tower, and trying to sort out the truth of everyones stories, regarding what everyone was doing and where they were at the time of the murder. I'm really looking forward to playing more.
Also, I bought Death Squared yesterday for a 90% off sale. A couple bucks seems definitely worth throwing towards 120 levels of puzzle solving goodness with friends.
With the new memory card on board and already filled with everything I had on the two previous ones, I don't exclude the possibility of leaping all around the library like Bruni in the bushes and trees - but I expect to dedicate most of the weekend to Bloodstained, Isaac and Pokemon Sword again. On Switch, that is; otherwise, after completing Dual Destinies this week (the DLC case only cemented it as one of my top favourites in the franchise), my 3DS is lock'n'loaded with Spirit of Justice, and the beginning of "Foreign Turnabout" already feeds a lot to digest, even despite being a tutorial case. And my attention is already homing in on Rayfa; when the royalty of a mystic kingdom freely switches between ethereal eastern eloquence and phrases like "heavens to Betsy!" in her speech, wouldn't yours? I'll definitely feel for her if/when her future circumstances may bring a certain Tom Cruise movie to mind, but her attitude suggests she'll be in for a value/view revision or two in any case. And can't forget who I'm eventually getting to see in this game again...
Luigi's Mansion 3, Link's Awakening, The Witcher 3 and Digimon story Cyber sleuth! And binge season 3 of Sabrina on Netflix 😊
Finished Children of Morta and Cat Quest in the week so need to decide what to start /go back to.
Perhaps Astral Chain and the one with the Goose.
Time permitting, the games I will be choosing from are as follows:
Switch: World of Goo, one of the free download games from Qubic, start a new indie game (just completed Night in the Woods).
3DS: Link Between Worlds.
Mobile: Dr. Mario World.
Retro: Super Mario Land, Mario Golf (GBC), Final Fantasy, Metroid.
Playing My Friend Pedro (finally got my physical copy yesterday, as it’s not available in physical form in the U.K. and had to buy it), and a bit of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3.
Still not got round to buying Luigis Mansion 3, Dragon Quest XI or Pokemon Sword/Shield. Too many games!
Battlefield one and maybe luigis mansion
@ViewtifulJotun it’s a bit of a pain as a physical game collector when there’s a great game out on digital only, and not knowing whether or not to wait for a possible physical release.
The last game that ticked those boxes was Celeste. Had to wait an age to play that - totally worth it!
I've become addicted to my daily Ring Fit Adventure sessions. I'm on World 6, Level 45, but I'm backtracking quite a bit to get all the challenges I can complete, and challenging myself to use very limited movesets so I can build up my legs and glutes. It's enormous fun and my body is tighter than it has been since I was working on a lobster boat. 10/10, does exactly what it says on the tin.
When I'm done torturing myself for fun and profit, I'm going back to FE3H, which I'm about halfway through my first play. And I'm going out to the shops today, so there might be a new game on the shelf soon.
I'm going to continue catching Pokemon in Shield (I hope to complete the Pokedex for once) and build cities in Cities Skylines (PC because of mod support and better performance)
Beat Resident Evil 5 last night 😊. With that said I am starting my first play through of Hyrule warriors on Wii u. On switch I'll be playing some assassins creed rogue, and maybe a little Pokemon sword. I'm giving witcher 3 a break until I clear out some backlog or I'll never get to them. 😅
@andyc777 I'm not completely physical but some games I would like to keep for future use. In the same way I occasionally dust off my gamecube or original GBA Advance Wars and Fire Emblems there are some games I know I'll want to revisit in 5 or 10 years ( e.g. 3 Houses, Dark Souls, Octopath) and Hellblade definitely fits this group. I'll wait for either a digital sale or an annoucement for physical - whatever comes first then I'll give in.
Doom Wads, Mods, Final Fantasy VI Brave New World, and Final Fantasy IV Ultima.
I said last week that I was playing hollow knight, and would probably never finish it. I didnt know where else to say it, but I finished it, the bad ending, but I dont care. I feel pretty proud, since I have had little patience for harder games the last couple of years. But this game is something special, and has risen to be one of my favourite games of all time. Really time well spent.
On PS4 I'm nearing the end of Kingdom Hearts III, so hopefully I'll be able to finish it off over the weekend.
On Switch I'm playing Blade Strangers mainly, but may pop over to SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy, and Dragon Quest Builders (on the go) as well.
EDIT: I just learned that my copy of New Super Lucky's Tale is arriving sooner than expected, so that'll be my main Switch game.
PS4-Control, Crash Team Racing, Resident Evil 2, and Samurai Shodown.
Switch- Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Shinobi
After a VERY busy week with less gaming than usual, I finally have a Saturday veg day! I plan to spend a lot of it sucked into the world of Dragon Quest VIII on 3DS. I unfortunately haven't been able to touch it much since last weekend; it's one of those games that needs more extended play sessions.
Confession: outside of the original Super Mario Kart and a stint with Mario Kart Wii at a party one time (spoiler alert: I was terrible), I've never really touched Mario's kart racers. Racing games in general don't hold my attention for very long. I'll be taking Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for a spin. I've been told it's objectively the best game in the series, so this'll be the one to convince me! XD
Have a great weekend!
Mostly focusing on Shenmue 3 on my PS4, but if anything during my lunch break today I'm gonna be putting some time into GB Donkey Kong, which I have downloaded on my 3DS
Astral Chain και Yooka Laylee for me this weekend!!
I have my nephew over for the weekend, so we'll probably be busy playing a lot of Rocket League, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and other two player games on the Switch. I might also get some Altered Beast in there at some point, as I've been wanting to play it again, for a while now.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions was just released and not on your list? Shame
Crash Team Racing (my brother & nieces just got ctr on FlexBox)
I'm currently trying to play all the indie titles that have built up on my backlog. Just finished Salt and Sanctuary, Subsurface Circular and both OPUS games in rapid succession. Next is Transistor.
Zero time Dilemma and Hotline Miami on my poor neglected Vita.
Fortnite (Switch) - Still working on the Stretch goals.
Saints Row: The Third (Switch) - Started playing online coop with a friend.
Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition (Vita) - Starting the Egypt tournament and taking online challengers.
Hexic (Windows Phone) - All this grinding is about to pay off.
Briquid Mini (Windows Phone) - this puzzle game is unbalanced.
Mostly playing the Witcher 2 on pc (I bought a new machine last week baby). I am 30h into fire emblem and quite bored to be frank, still have not decided if I let it go and start TMS instead...
Ashen, Poi, and Axiom Verge.
Going to play 198X a second time this weekend to show off the good story and amazing music to my wife. Otherwise will probably play some NES mini. Watching lots of shows and movies this weekend too.
Pokemon Sword, about to earn another gym badge and Wario Land on GB (virtual console), have all the treasures but just need to do the final level. Also playing Little Triangle which is fun too.
Having just picked up the Mana Collection for Switch I will be starting Final Fantasy Adventure on that. Also will be playing Mutant Football League as well.
Ape Out (I just beat it) and Goose game so far
More AO Tennis & back on WRC 8 .
I'm continuing to play Shin Megami Tensei IV. Being my first SMT game, I can't believe I have missed out for so long. Other than the very poor navigation on the Tokyo map, this game is perfect. I just can't get enough of it.
Time permitting, I am going to pick back up Final Fantasy Explorers. I remember enjoying it, but I never put in more than a couple of hours into it
1. DBZ: Kakarot (taking a break from Disco Elysium as my RPG)
2. GRIS (just landed on PC Game Pass)
Switch is taking a break after finishing LM3.
I am actually going to try out Multiplayer on Luigi's Mansion 3. Got everything else done a month ago, going to revisit a few online multiplayer games.
Also starting fresh in MH again, so there is that.
I'll be finishing up Luigi's Mansion 3 this weekend. Loving every second of this game. Definitely one of my favorite Switch games.
I won't have enough time to start something else (or finish Astral Chain lol) before Byleth releases on Tuesday so I'll probably just jump right back into Smash haha.
Been cycling between Monster Hunter 3U, 4U, and Stories lately. Also decided to check on my Mario Maker 2 levels after talking about the game with a friend, may try making a new level again at some point.
I don’t have much time to do any gaming this weekend but if I can manage some time I want to squeeze in some more of Tokyo Mirage Sessions. I’m at the end of chapter 2, and I’m excited to see what comes next. This is the only game that is holding my attention as of late.
Pikmin 3 bingo battle against my wife who always wins! Second playthrough of odyssey is done bar the infuriating darker side. Also doing the green stars on Mario galaxy two for the umpteenth playthrough(comfort gaming) . Finish up bloodstained and get a bit of ring fit in I hope
No time! Took my daughters out shopping today. Turning in early. Tomorrow, busy too. I'm having less and less time to play games. Yeah I miss it, but family life is far more rewarding.
Very close to going through the whole of The Ninja Saviors on Switch in one go. Played a bit more Bloostained on Xbox and started Bulletstorm on PS4.
This weekend I'm playing Doctor Who The Edge of Time and Sports Scramble on my Quest. Then I'm playing The Walking Dead Saints & Sinners and Hellsplit Arena on PCVR/Quest.
If I have any time or energy left I'll continue working at the Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 expansions on the Switch.
Ni No Kuni. After watching the Netflix, it put me in the mood to dive into it on the Switch.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions, Super Mario Maker 2, Advance Wars: Dual Strike and maybe finally finish Resident Evil 4.
Super Robot Wars V. And the Pokemon Card Game for GB on 3ds.
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot
Finally playing BOTW’s DLC (and finding it quite the treat) and a bit of DQ XI 😎
Im playing new super lucky's tale
Its a nice platform adventure game.
Smash Ultimate, Tetris 99, among other things.
I have been way too addicted to Fire Emblem Three Houses. It's so good. I absolutely love all the characters. Black Eagles all the way. This is my first one too. I'm glad Three Houses could introduce newbies like me to the series.
Then I have also been playing Ring Fit Adventure. I love Ring Fit!
@Vriess RL over games any day, friend. Memories last forever; saves inevitably don't.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE Encore, Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate (Switch)...and the hardest game of all parenting.
Splatoon 2 and Tokyo Mirage Sessions. I recently learned that you couldn't skip Sessions animations on the Wii U. So for those who played it on Wii U- how long did it take for you to get "Give Me" out of your head?
Genuinely shocked to find out that no one is playing TemTem, I'm on the fence about buying it, wanted to see if anyone was enjoying it.
Finally fulfilled a promise tonight, to beat Super Mario Galaxy before starting on Super Mario Galaxy 2. Enjoyed the final level.
@StephanDLW That sounds like a pretty perfect 1-2-3 to me. Enjoy.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore. Just getting into the 2nd chapter now and really hooked on the game.
@Agramonte What are your thoughts on Disco Elysium? I’m going to try to complete some current RPGs that I’m playing through and get around to that one at some point this Spring. Looks really interesting and I’m not usually a big fan of CRPGs
I've been catching up on some backlog. Turok 2 has probably been my main, and I'm excited to finally finish it. Back on the N64 I tried playing through it 3 times, and my save file would corrupt every time I got to the 5th level. I was so mad the third time it happened I vowed to never play the game again. I'm fairly certain it won't happened again (fingers crossed). I've also been playing a bit of Milkmaid of the Milky Way, Smash Ultimate, Fornite, Stardew Valley, and The Binding of Isaac.
Still playing Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble. I must have my Advance Wars fix...
Main campaign cleared on Master-mode. 49 skirmishes (the equivalent of Advance Wars’ War rooms) done.
I really should put the game aside, there are so many other great games to play. Yep, that’s what I should do. Hmmm, but then there’s skirmish number 50...
Astral Chain. I started on Switch Lite but then 'switched' back to the original Switch and playing it docked with a Pro Controller. Much better this way as this game is better suited for bigger screens.
Game is good, not the very best action game, as the pacing is an issue for me. I'm at File 10 so almost at the end.
Dark Souls Remastered. Never played the series, but did finish Bloodborne and Sekiro a while ago. Im about 110 hours into The Witcher 3, but are waiting for “The Big Patch” to be released before I continue.
Just Civ 6 for me. My second campaign (first was on the tutorial a few months back) and it's thoroughly addictive. Close to a science victory then I'm ready to move on to something else, but I'm sure I'll be abck again soon to try another campaign. Looks like there is quite a lot of varoety by tweaking which leader, map size, difficulty etc.
Its gonna be smash bros and maybe start zelda botw. Ive only just got the glider and gone to kakaroki village.had this 18 month now and so hard to ignore all the cool tricks and spoilers.
30+ hours into Fire Emblem 3 Houses. The more I play, the more I realize how great this game is. The game pulls you in and before you realize it, you're hooked and you don't want it to end.
Finally picked up Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The cringy 'summon' system is thankfully offset with one of the best combat systems I know.
If only AI knew how to properly perform BTLS combos...
I'm always late to the discussion because my weekend starts on Monday. I've been enjoying Ring Fit for the last couple of weeks, so I'll continue with that. I've also been playing New Super Lucky's Take. It's such a fun, easy going game. I just got Path of the Warrior for Oculus Quest. I've only played the first level, but it feels like being inside Streets of Rage. So much fun! Enjoy your week everyone!
@NotTelevision I'm enjoying it. The writing and art are fantastic. I love story driven games. But it did turn out to be an RPG I needed to take a break for a bit (usually just play them straight to the end). That could just be me, not my usual type of game either. I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. It is for sure worth a try.
@Agramonte Cool. I’m looking forward to playing it.
Big Fat 0 My niece has my Switch. And my poor Switch games are crying....
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