Yet another week has flown by, with several interesting tidbits from a Shigeru Miyamoto interview appearing online and even news of an upcoming Mario clothing line at Levi's. Quite the week!
Now that it's the weekend, though, members of the Nintendo Life team have gathered to discuss their gaming plans. We'd love for you to get involved too via our poll and comment sections. Enjoy!
PJ O’Reilly, reviewer
This weekend I’m gonna be doing my bit to help stop the spread of Coronavirus by sitting on my couch all weekend and hammering the tutorial mode in Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late [cl-r]. It’s a fun name that isn’t it, Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late [cl-r], fun to type, especially if you’re reviewing it and need to type it loads. Yes. Anyway, I’m a total amateur at the moment, making my way slowly through the easy challenges to help me build on the very basic Street Fighter 2 skills I’m currently packing, but the tutorial in this game is so in-depth I’ve no doubt I’ll be playing at Evo 2021 when it rolls around.
I’ve also just got around to picking up Super Mario Party so will be getting stuck into that with the kids, trying out the minigames and taking no prisoners as I assert my absolute dominance as the king of games in my household. Have a fun weekend, guys, and remember to wash your hands!
Ryan Craddock, staff writer
After spending the last couple of weeks shooting, shiving, and sneaking my way around infected in The Last of Us Remastered, I'm about to once again dive into the colourful world of Nintendo magic this weekend.
I thought I'd pick up Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX on Switch and give it a go, despite the fact that I already own the originals and have plenty of other things I could be playing instead - why must video games be so compelling? There's something about Pokémon that I just can't resist, and I'm looking forward to seeing my favourite 'mon in the game's cutesy art style probably more than I should.
Gavin Lane, staff writer
This week it’s Witcher 3 for me. I’m not even out of the tutorial section yet, but I can already tell I’m going to enjoy this immensely. After hearing that combat wasn’t brilliant I was prepared to tolerate some jank, but from what I’ve played so far it’s got its own flow and is far better than I expected.
I’ll probably finish off DOOM too, which I picked up for peanuts on sale. Originally I was put off not only by the Switch version's dodgy frame rate but also the belief that original DOOM really needs a keyboard and a big ol' space bar to ‘feel’ right. After 5 minutes with the patched-up Switch port, though, it almost feels like it was made for a gamepad. And the shotgun is still one of gaming's finest weapons. Meaty.
Austin Voigt, contributing writer
This weekend I have a road trip across the country I’ll be headed out on, so I’ll probably end up playing nearly every game in my library out of sheer boredom. In fact, I’ve been tempted to restart Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and this may be just the trip to do so. I’m also (still) trying to finish Luigi’s Mansion 3, and I also have some post-game work to do in Pokemon Shield. And, of course, I’m sure the friends joining me on the trip will want to whip out Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for some couch co-op...
We all know this is one of the last weeks before my canned 'What Are You Playing?' response simply becomes "Animal Crossing... Animal Crossing... Animal Crossing", so enjoy this while it lasts.
Ollie Reynolds, reviewer
In the run-up to the release of Ori and the Will of the Wisps, I've gone back to play Ori and the Blind Forest again on Switch. Like every other game ever released, I firmly believe it's at its best on the Switch, and I'm having an absolute blast with it (even if it does make me tear up occasionally)!
I'm also plugging away at Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection - as a huge fan of Mega Man, missing out on the initial release of these games has played on my mind for a while, so being able to experience them all in one handy package is great. I don't think I was quite prepared for how difficult they are, though!
Gonçalo Lopes, contributing writer
Lack of progress during the week on SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays annoys me to no end so expect to see me on that battlefield once more. Some nice arrivals including Metro Redux, Rune Factory 4 Special and the unavoidable Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX will also get some playtime. Or should I say "stream time"? That’s right, in (yet another) middle-age crisis, I’ve picked up one of those fancy video capture cards and am well on my way to becoming a part-time streamer.
My game of the week is Warface. Let’s face it: There are a ton of really great ideas on that package that help it stand apart from other FPS, so it's attending my Call of Duty needs quite nicely.
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...
Finishing off Atelier Escha & Logy and then I think I'll start Murder by Numbers next.
Bioshock Infinite on PS4
Nearly got 100% on Lego Harry Potter. It's kind of hard to stop when you're near the end on those games. Been meaning to back to Breath of the Wild for a while too, so hopefully dig that out.
Two point hospital for me. I'm about to open the Underlook Hotel!
Playing through Mystery Dungeon at a moderate pace, I still have a few days of vacation left so I hope that I can make decent dent to that, especially since March is so stupidly packed that it's going to be tough to find the time to tackle everything. The FF5 article on this site also renewed my interest in trying out something that I've been wanting to do for quite some time, which is a random job challenge in that game.
Murder By Numbers for the most part. Honestly I'm mostly counting down the days until Animal Crossing. I'm too stoked to play it at this point. Lol I can feel the excitement radiating off of me.
DOOM! I now have every DOOM currently available for Switch and I’m looking forward to adding Eternal when it arrives. I hope to get properly stuck in to DOOM 3 this weekend. Have a good one all! My son has just asked me to let it be known he’s playing Pokémon Sword 😂
Terraria, tricky but good.
Risk of Rain 2 🤗
I played a lot of games this weekend. 🤓
1. Animal Crossing New Leaf (3DS)
I was in mission to exploit more money from Lazy camper. Time travelling for keep the date same and not changing to next day.
2. Hannah Montana Rock Out The Show (PSP)
Keep playing the new songs to unlock more places to go.
3. Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival (Wii U)
Played Board game with Kicks, Rover, Digby & Reese Amiibo.
4. LEGO CITY Undercover (Wii U)
Revisited the big city with shirtless six pack custom LEGO, did some random things and unlocked some Golden Blocks.
Right now I’m having a blast with Pokemon mystery dungeon dx.
Can only select three answers but I’m playing four of them 🤷🏻♂️
Mainly Metro Redux. It's great so far!
I just started playing Dragon Quest Builders 2 again, and trying to finish pokemon Shield this weekend. Need to finish at least one game before Animal Crossing comes out
More Xenoblade 2, more Shadow Dragon, some RF4 and TMS on top, but also hoping to advance a couple more hours in Spirit of Justice. Maybe a bite of LCU The Chase Begins if I get it this weekend. Planning big is a free action.
still getting through The Witcher 3. I'm currently at level 33 and I think I'm getting near the end of the main quest. Question to anyone that's finished it,is it worth starting the DLC quests, as I'm at the right level,or finish the main quest line first?
I invested in Ring Fit Adventure. While I do not have any particular weight issue, I do zero sport and do not have the motivation to get out and do some. I have a job where I sit all day and it can't be good in the long run.
I expect this game to start me up on the matter and that seems to work because so far I have no difficulty starting the game and do a session.
But the heavy work will be done by the doom guy in Doom 3
The Witcher 3, what a game! It's an all time favourite for sure. I've spent the last 3 days exploring Skellige and it's an absolute joy, love the islands and its inhabitants. Playing on Blood and Broken Bones difficulty which for the first 30 hours or so, led to a lot of death but I persisted. 125 hours logged so far, level 23 and tonnes of stuff still to get through.As it stands, I intend it to 100% it but at the rate I'm moving, I'll need another 200 hours at least. That's fine by me.
Finally picked up Dragon Quest XI and that will be what I am playing for the next 100+ hours of gaming.
All the talk here of Platinum Games has inspired me to get back to Astral Chain. It suffered from coming out between Fire Emblem 3H and Dragon Quest XI last year.
I’m just finishing up chapter 3, and coming off the back of Danganronpa and AI The Somnium Files I’m finding the investigation sections especially enjoyable. I just need to get the hang of the combat.
@sandman89 I don’t know why they limit choosing answers for the like of this, the writers contributing can put as many games as they like lol. Maybe it’s to encourage comments?
Love that so many others here are also digging The Witcher 3. I've barely scratched the surface so far, but I can already tell it's exactly the kind of open-world WRPG I've been looking for. I know there's a main quest, but how can I even begin when there are all those question marks and sidequests?
@PlayedNSlayed you can mix it up! Still no difference.
Pokemon dungeons and sonic 2 weekend sweeeet
Just finished Pokemon Shield last night, gonna spend some of the weekend training up teams for online!
Gears 5 & Forza Horizon 4, I just picked up an Xbox One X so am eager to play the exclusive title's it has.....
I will fit in a hour or so on Mario Kart 8 online also at some point..
Completed metro redux 2033 now playing metro redux last light 5hrs in so far so good. To all out there playing Witcher 3 on the Nintendo switch have a lovely day with the hrs chipped in on Switcher😉
I really did not need mystery dungeon. I played the originals and have so much in my backlog but I caved hard. Played it for 10 hours straight yesterday and intend to do the same till animal crossing is in my hands, only got 1 boss done as well as I was just completing requests for the hell of it. I love games that just grab a hold of you and suddenly it's bedtime and can make you forget about everything for a while.
It really doesn't deserve all the bad reviews the quality of life changes are insane! but maybe I have my nostalgia goggles on.
Finished The witcher 3 main story yesterday at 03:40.. what a game! Now i'm undecided between starting the DLCs or switching to marvel's ultimate alliance 3
A day after posting last weekend, I finished Kunai. I really disagree with the review on this site. It was amazingly fun, exploration/backtracking wasn't very tedious thanks to how fast you could traverse environments, checkpoints really weren't too far apart, and the game was never too hard (apart from the final boss, which I would recommend boosting your life meter beforehand).
I also finally got to start Link's Awakening this week. I didn't really enjoy the original game boy version, but I'm really digging this remake. A few cryptic jumps in logic still remain, but because of the outstanding visuals, I don't find myself hopelessly lost anymore.
This week I will be mostly playing
Final Fantasy 7
Mario rabbids DLC DK adventure
Fortnite - Level 42, might actually reach 100 this time.
That's a really random set of games there.
Ivé been playing Majora's Masl on my 2DS
and several pc games.
Collection of Mana (Mystic Quest),
Bubble Bobble 4 Friends.
If I can get my wife away from two point hospital I'll try to finish West of Loathing this weekend and complete my Sheild Pokedex.
@Krull I find those question marks impossible to ignore. For the first while, I'd say to myself, "right I'll explore these 3 nearby ones and then move on with the story" then "ach I'll just get these next few" then new ones start appearing. 2 or 3 real life days pass and the main story is no further forward. I cleared Velen of question marks before I even entered Novigrad.
The problem with doing so much exploring off the beaten tracks, you disover locations that you have to return to later for quests. Kind of ruins some of the surprise but that's the nature of the game, I suppose.
Megaman zero and zero 2. Darksiders 2 and Neutopia on Wii u.
Thats a part of why I have gone off open world games.
So much to do where the hell do I even start ?
Botw kinda lost me because it opened up so much i prefer my Zelda's linear.
Damn I thought that said dark STALKERS 2* not siders.
( Nightwarriors in other words.)
Tokyo Mirage Sessions and Fire Emblem Birthright for me. Might also get in a bit more Persona 4 Golden - think I'll be playing this on and off for a very long time!
@KitsuneNight I understand where you're coming from,I've been there myself with some open world games. The Witcher 3's side quests are really fun though, you never know where they're going to lead you. Breath of the Wild's side quests were less interesting but I loved exploring it's world so never got bored.
Addicted to Rune Factory 4, so I'll be playing that. The ideal game to hold me over until Animal Crossing.
Might also try to finish Pokémon Shield, since I haven't yet.
I'm getting the band back together in Dragon Quest XI and spreading the word of Vixen across the planet in Civ VI.
This weekend planning to play Halo CE on PC, bought the Steam release this past week and reliving the game. Use to play the original PC port. I also plan to play Asphalt 9 on Switch as I missed playing the past few days. Maybe a few other games I'm in the mood for, nothing specific.
Playing all kinds of stuff at the moment.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe - Finished Dededetour today. The latest Kirby games really know how to handle extras and secret bosses. I was surprised by the final boss in Dededetour. Never thought they'd bring back stuff from Amazing Mirror. Now I just need to beat the True Arena and collect ~15 random keychains.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Spirit of Justice - Playing the main DLC case. Fun, pretty traditional case with the main crew.
Pokémon Shuffle - 692/700 UX stages S ranked.
Murder by Numbers - On the second case. Fun game so far. Hard to stop once you start playing.
Dragon Quest XI - Haven't been playing as much lately but I try to make some progress during the weekend. Last time I played, I saved the circus.
DOOM - On fourth stage of the second episode.
Also planning to play some Smash with friends and possibly Samurai Shodown too.
More Blue Lions route for Fire Emblem Three Houses on the Switch front and MCC on the XB1 front. Hopefully next week there's a Direct so I can decide what my next Switch backlog game is after beating the Blue Lions route.
@Rpg-lover I'll probably do that then. just wasn't sure how or if it would affect any story lines
Murder by Numbers on switch for sure. Couple of games of Fortnite with my little sis and Animal Crossing New Leaf on the 3DS as well.
Also wanna play on PS4, but not sure which game yet. Unravel is high on the list, but also want to continue with Dishonered and start with The Division. Want to play all the Doom games as well, so maybe some Doom on the switch since i got them all really cheap.
2 of the best games on the system, Witcher 3 and Overwatch.
Might do some Witcher on PC and use the cross save, shame overwatch doesnt have the same deal.
Mega Man 11
Super Mario Maker 2
Super Mario World
Finishing up my second run of Fire Emblem: Three Houses church route. Maybe some Mario Maker 2 at some point.
I unexpectedly played Turok Dinosaur Hunter for four hours last night. I had been stuck on the level 3 boss for a long time and I decided to give it another shot. Last night after four attempts, I finally won and I was on a roll and having fun. I finished levels 3, 4 and 5 (level 5 boss was much easier than the level 3 boss and I beat him on my first try). This was my first Nintendo 64 game and I beat it in 1997. Playing through it again is a nostalgia trip.
Love seeing all the love for Witcher 3 on Switch, despite many sneering at it on that platform.
Rune Factory 4 Special, Contra Rogue Corps, Ever Oasis and Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival.
Twenty hours into dragon quest xi. Really loving this game. Typically I only play one game at a time but that may change when animal crossing releases.
Finally beating Resident Evil this weekend & then diving into some Pillars of Eternity.
This weekend I'm gonna finally start Spyro reignited and play some Fire Emblem and some Pokemon.
Playing Pokémon Sword. Grinding raids to get some Pokémon to level 100 since I’ve already completed the main game. Probably play a little co-op Warface or Fortnite with my kids. If I’m lucky, I’ll finally get Luigi’s Mansion this weekend. Been dying to play that.
Dragon Quest XI definitely. Man, it’s a long game! Runbow maybe with my partner.
Nothing on Switch this weekend. Everybody is at work or has something else to do, so no Under Night In-Birth or Warface this weekend, but I will play some Ironfall on 3DS today.
Over the past three weekends I’ve completed three games. Luigi’s Mansion 3, Ni No Kuni and Bayonetta 2.
So this weekend it’s a ‘new’ game - Okami HD. I picked this up in the sale a few weeks ago and I’m loving every minute of this gorgeous game.
I find that i want to finish a game as much as possible. So I can't really "afford" to sink 500 hours in an open world game.
I have way too many games and an immense backlog ( 1012 games on Steam alone ) and I would like to be able to play a good chunk of those.
@PlayedNSlayed absolutely... You have freedom to pick any mission regardless of the level, once you can handle the challenges facing you.
Just entered second part of 3Houses.
Also, Black Mesa is finally released (steam), so, let's do it.
DQXI. Getting to the end here.
Just completed Starlink: Battle for Atlas this morning after a big binge on it this week. I thought it was...pretty good.
So now have cracked into the demo of Dragon Quest XI to see what all the fuss is about, and I'll boot up Rayman Legends as well at some point because it's absolutely awesome.
This is the last week end to catch Toxtricity Gigamax ! So off course, I was on Pokemon Sword looking for him !
Catching him was a delight. He's just so damn cool ! I know there's a lot of hate going on about these new Pokemon games, but I can't help it : I just love this freakin' game.
(Also, I began to play the original doom and it's still an awesome game !)
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Super Smash Bros Ultimate
This weekend will be dedicated to playing Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, I liked the demo well enough, that I went out and picked up the game. Beyond that, I'll probably play Little Dragons Cafe, for a bit as well. I'll pretty much just be playing those over the weekend and really the next two weeks, waiting for Animal Crossing to come out on March 20th.
Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition - Just getting started on it, I think I'll play as Duke Nukem for sure though.
Turtle's Quest (Windows Store) - I feel I'm making my way to the end.
Assassin's Creed: Altair's Chronicles (Windows Phone) - I feel that this controls better on the Nintendo DS if I remember right.
Finished Link’s Awakening in the week, so now back to Hollow Knight and DQ11. Few runs of StS too, naturally.
@Rpg-lover what did you make of 2033? One of my favourite games of last-gen. Just so atmospheric, shame the combat was a bit ropey (though played into the fact that the guns are all a bit makeshift).
Have redux on PS4 so unlikely I’ll pick up on Switch. Delighted it’s available though!
For me I'm in a Metroidvania craze so I have been playing Metroid Fusion, Symphony of the Night and other games like Celeste, A Hat in Time and Cod4
Breath of the Wild. Wrapping up the last shrines I need (I'm at 83, so got a good chunk left), then cooking a bunch of food so I can go after Ganon tomorrow.
@Link41x I really liked both Altair's Chronicles and Discovery on the DS. Controls were pretty good for handheld.
Castle Crashers, Super Smash Bros Ultimate, and maybe Fire Emblem Three Houses.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon DX ofc.
Working my way through 1993 doom. Just finished episode 3 so onto the last one then will probably give doom a break for a bit before wading into doom 2. Enjoying it and its making me want to play 2016 doom again.
Also started super mario world on switch-snes, reliving my early teens. Both doom and smw hold up really well over 25 years later.
@KitsuneNight lol maybe have a cup of coffee 😉
Finally! I can mark an option in the poll that isn't "Something Else"!
Busy weekend here between a relative's wedding, other events, and a bit of yardwork, but I'll still shove in some post-game content in Dragon Quest VIII on 3DS. I'm trying to unlock a new ending and mess around with a few bosses while I'm at it.
On the Switch, I'll chip away some more at Ori and the Blind Forest; it's a lovely game, definitely an interesting take on the Metroidvania genre. If I have time, I'll also be starting this game with...hmm...Some green elf dude with a sword...and an island...with an egg on a mountain....Can't think of the title....Lonk's Snoozeling? :thinking_face:
Have a lovely weekend!
Playing Dragons dawn of new riders on switch, It's actually a pretty good game.. I'm also gonna start Ni No Kuni this week..
I'm playing Murder By Numbers for some light-hearted fun, L.A. Noire for some dark and gritty crime stories and Dragon's Dogma for some confusing gameplay. xD
My wife got me Dark Crystal Age of Resistance Tactics (dear lord what a mouthful) for Valentine's Day, finally turning it on.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon and Warface for me.
Maybe a bit of Swordbreaker for some "choose your own adventure" kicks.
Finally bought Slay The Spire after holding off this long - it’s very addictive.
I bought it because Dark Souks is draining my life force and needed something I could dive in and out of.
Borderlands 3 with my big bro, and either more Korok hunting, or I might start Persona 5. People are telling me I should enjoy that before playing Royal, and unlike when I played Persona 4 Golden, I'd like to be more aware of the differences in order to better appreciate them.
So glad that many people here are enjoying The Witcher 3 on Switch. What a brilliant game and a brilliant port. They deserve all the praise.
Rune Factory 4 Special
My Time In Portia
Possibly start a new game from my backlog as I'm either going to finish or unfortunately give up on Atelia.Just can't seem to take down that boss no matter what..
I just finished the postgame of Dragon Quest XI the other day and it was amazing, through and through. I wanted something relatively brief from my backlog to keep me entertained until Animal Crossing comes out, so I chose Ori and the Blind Forest. After four hours of the game, I’m thoroughly mesmerized and know I will be voraciously playing this game all weekend. Believe the hype.
Modded version of ME2. Fresh coat of paint did the game some good. Feels almost new not having to deal with the stupid minigames.
Played Rocket League a bit Friday night. I finally can aim my shots for the goal way better now. That used to be my biggest weakness. I need to go back in ranked and see if I can get out of gold rank. I'm sure going back into ranked will expose the skills i need to work on next
I’ve finished Axelay on Expert twice now today and now I’m watching the end sequence to Super Ghouls ‘n’ Ghosts. I’m not sure what I’ll play later, I’m thinking maybe Shinobi III on the Nomad or Strider on JAMMA.
Kingdom Rush Frontiers!
Switch - Don't Starve and Death Road to Canada
PS4 - Killing Floor 2
1. Finishing DBZ: Kakarot (nice bang for the buck)
2. Finishing A Plague Tale (great Indie)
3. Maybe Division 2 Warlord of NY if my cousin logs on.
All my work trips are canceled. And we all working 3-4 days from home now. Switch on extended vacation.
1. Dragon Ball FighterZ (Extremely fun)
2. Minecraft (Duh)
3. Overwatch/Paladins (fun)
4. Smash Bros.
5. Dragon Quest Builders 2
Doom 3 on Switch. 4 hours in and £2.40 very well spent so far. Ori on Xbox Game Pass, £1 even better spent!
Batman: The Enemy Within and Sarlink. Time for me to get serious with the latter-- I got a lot of solar system to explore still.
@Murbs to be quite honest, metro 2033 holds up well on the switch(better than last gen metro 2033 original). Playing with earphones is a big bonus cause you will feel the horror more(compared with ps4 you know the next day & night not that it's bad on the switch but it shines in handheld mode, great atmospheric weather & apocalyptic environments that will make one appreciate the world as it is now 😉). Double dipping for the switch port is unnecessary once you have it on the ps4 unless for the portable.
Not to spoil anything for anybody.. this game is great on the switch.
I have been having a lot of fun with Snack World. Having a hard time getting into pokemon so i think that i will set that down for a while. Played a little bit of the new Doom. I found this runner that is Crayon Shin Chan that is pretty good. I started Star Ocean because I loved that on the Psp. And as always I have been playing Dark Souls remaster for some good ol home fashion PVP. Giant dad all the way.
Pretty busy outside the home and with my family. Maybe replay a little Mario Odyssey this Sunday.
My LRG games Mary Skelter 2 and Moero Chronicle H came in finally so I started both and made it to the first save points.
Warioland 1 and 4 and Fire Emblem games on GBA.
I started Link’s Awakening (Remake) on Thursday, and I’m absolutely loving it! It’s my first time with the game, and it’s got me hooked with the visuals and dungeon design.
Just started playing Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door after 2+ years without playing it. Really enjoy the writing dialogs of the characters 😊
I just got a Cammy & Chun-Li Hori fightstick mini (that thing really lives up to its name. It's about the size of a small book) so I hope to finally take the plunge into skullgirls 2nd encore and possible Uni-clr.
I’m doing a Super Mario Bros. 3 30th anniversary (North America) play through. Otherwise, bouncing between Street Fighter titles.
I just started Lichtspear on Xbox since it’s leaving gamepass... it’s interesting to say the least. I was giving Rainbow 6 a try since it’s a free trial this weekend but I promptly ended up deleting it. I’ll continue chipping away at Control..
I haven’t picked up Pokémon Mystery Dungeons yet but all these comments about it are really making me rethink my decision to wait! Also strongly thinking about downloading Murder by Numbers on eshop. I did finish Glass Masquerade on Switch this week but I haven’t picked out the next game to play yet. Continue with the backlog or get Murder by Numbers? Hmm..
I am treading lightly on gaming before Animal Crossing takes over in 2 weeks. I am a few levels in to Sonic Forces (picked up for $10 on a recent sale) and not hating it. Also playing Star Wars Fallen Order for PS4 as well.
AC cannot come soon enough
@AmplifyMJ I think you're on to something 😁
I actually don't like coffee very much but if you are offering, milk and 72 sugars plox.
@KitsuneNight well now its 10:30pm my time so maybe a beer is more fitting?
So this weekend I managed to finish both Metro 2033 and Batman: The Telltale Game which were fantastic.
Now I’m back to Doom 2016, since I was able to take down this boss I initially had issues with.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Steamworld Dig as filler for Nintendo Switch.
Rescue Team DX and Pokémon Go, because I still can apparently not get enough Pokémon in my life.
Mystery Dungeon and Edith Finch
The Animal Crossing hype has gotten to me just as I’m burning out on Pokémon Shield, so I dove back into AC New Leaf. Going to finish as much of it as I can before New Horizons.
The Legend of Heroes Cold Steel 4 on PS4
Mixed bag for me, had a lazy Sunday so chucked the Switch on.
Some OG Doom and Doom II, always good for a quick blast...put Smash back on for the first time in ages, had loads of updates - unlocked a few more characters and tried to figure out how the hell you play Home Run....then a few quick races on Grid, that game feels so good, especially with the HD rumble.
It's 11 in the morning here.
I think i'll stick with tea.
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