The weekend is for Luke Plunkett reminding you that you can finish the story in The Witcher 3 but still have more Witcher to play, so you should just do that already.
I love asking questions almost as much as I love listening to answers. Last week at E3, I got to do both!
The weekend is for taking a long nap after E3. Also taking a break from hearing about video games to actually play some.
The weekend is for press conferences about video games. Also, maybe playing some video games, but probably just hearing about new ones.
Back in the ancient days of 2012, pundits and analysts across the world put on their soothsayer hats and predicted that iPhones and iPads would kill console gaming. Then, the PS4 came out and sold roughly 40 billion units, proving them all wrong. Which raises the question: How many people started gaming this…
With E3 less than a week away it’s hard to stop one’s mind from fantasizing about what lies in store. Every major developer and publisher probably has a surprise up their sleeve, but what’s the one E3 announcement you’ve always dreamed of?
Staring into the abyss known as the videogame backlog and having it stare right back—that seems like the perfect way to spend a summer, don’t you think?
The weekend is for eating those tasty yogurts you’ve been so excited to eat that you keep saving them, even though you could totally eat the ones you have and then buy more. Also, video games.
The weekend is for having a three day weekend, the perfect length of weekend for doing the requisite weekend tasks of social stuff, chores, and doing absolutely nothing. (All weekends should be three days weekends. Just saying.) Also, video games.
The weekend is for packing because you’re going on a solo vacation to Iceland next week, which is exciting and a little scary! But planning is stressful, so probably video games.
The weekend is for usually writing some funny thing here about your weekend and then also mentioning video games, but you’re playing Prey for review so that’s all you’ve got.
Weekends are for going to sing karaoke for your friend’s birthday but never knowing the available songs because all you know is 90s punk rock, musical theater, and obscure hymns from the 1800s. Also, video games.
Weekends are for going to see another play with a friend because you’re being very cultured lately. Good job, you. Also, video games.
The weekend is for having a friend stay with you and debating between actually cleaning the house/buying food or just kicking your dirty laundry under the bed/ordering pizza. Also, video games.
Weekends are for agreeing to go see A Doll’s House with your friend so spending tomorrow morning brushing up on your Ibsen because you don’t remember that play at all. Also, video games.
You did it. You finally got that sweet armor set you’ve been assembling for days. You look like a million bucks. Time to parade around town being shiny AF and... oh no. You found a new chest plate with slightly better stats. Have fun being a damn circus clown for the next 20 hours.
Weekends are for reminding yourself that even though the workout routine you just started isn’t super impressive, you gotta start somewhere, and getting some exercise will make you happier than lounging around. Also, video games.
Weekends are for your roommate being away so you have no shame about sitting on the couch and shouting at the TV while eating nothing but pizza for two days. Also, video games.
Weekends are for admitting that dish you made in your crockpot really didn’t come out well so you can give up on eating it and try something new. The crockpot is great because, while it does its thing, you can play video games!
We often get attached to animals in video games. Yesterday I wrote about my sweetest, most darling friend: Raincloud, my horse in Breath of the Wild. She’s precious, I love her, and if anything bad ever happens to her I will murder everyone in Hyrule.