What Are You Playing This Weekend?

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Who can play video games while Kotaku’s Riley MacLeod is off running his first half-marathon? I sure can. The weekend is for sitting comfortably inside a climate-controlled home playing video games while other people run.

I won’t be running any time soon, but my virtual activity level will be high. This weekend I don tight shorts, a long-sleeve jacket, and a pink wig to become the hero I’ve always known lurks inside of me. I haven’t watched much One Punch Man, but Bandai Namco’s One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows has captured my attention. This weekend, I’ll be taking my punchy original character from rank C to the very top in the fighting RPG on PlayStation 4.

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Haven’t had much time for playing games this week. I’m adjusting to a new schedule for carpooling with the wife, and I am just so tired at night. I’m also such a night owl that it’s extremely difficult to force myself to go to bed early, despite knowing how good it is for me. I haven’t really gotten into anything new after beating King of Cards last week. I’m kind of feeling something action-y and might get Astral Chain, but I have so many unplayed games on my switch right now. I didn’t start Stardew Valley yet, still have Hollow Knight, Iconoclasts, Golf Story, Megaman games, NES games, SNES games, just so many options. I also want to play through Sonic Mania again, but I think I really want to play Sonic 3 + Knuckles. It’s just all getting back to being tired at night. Tonight, at least, is going for board games with friends. We are going to play Betrayal at the House on the Hill, which is just so fantastic. We’ve gone through two scenarios already, and I was the odd man out both times. Hopefully I don’t get the short straw again, but I will roll with it if I do.