More Slay the Spier and RDR2 is 100% my entire weekend.
Star Traders: Frontiers for sure. It’s a remarkably deep and engaging starship sim, and the devs have been providing an exceptional level of post release support.
Probably some Field of Glory II and Sniper Elite 4 in multiplayer, as well.
That sounds like a pretty good weekend!
Some RDR2 , Skyforce Reloaded, and Antihero!
As much as I want to play Hitman 2, gotta finish up Arthur Morgan’s story first.
Going to play some Rise of the Tomb Raider - second one in the reboot trilogy - which I am quite enjoying despite the godawful story. (Daddy issues are a plague on 21st century story telling.)
I"m quite busy this weekend, but I’ m sure I’ll find time for some quick Diablo 3 Switch on-the-go.
Did you end up buying it, Brian?
I just got a PS4 Pro and RDR2 so I’ll be playing a lot of that, probably, but I’m already thinking about an alternative controller because the default PS4 one makes my left thumb joint hurt.
I did, can’t wait to dive in hopefully today.
Finished Dead Space and feel lost. I was loving it, I want more. If only there was a sequel.
Until then, it’s back to Bard’s Tale IV and trying to figure out why I’ve utterly forgotten how to play Elite Dangerous. I also tried Diabo 3 on the Switch and it seems suitably glorious, but it might be better suited to some upcoming travel.
Rinworld and Warhammer 2!
I can only speak for myself but testing a new cpu capabilities this week: Warhammer 2, Ac:Ody (of course – I love K), and some Warhammer 2 with the new expansion. Btw that new expansion changes mechanics and the map.
Some Skyrim: Enhanced on legendary because I am apparently a glutton for punishment.
I accidentally posted this in the “watch this weekend” thread.
Played a round of Antiquity and 1846 yesterday. I’ll also finish the campaign with my necromancer on diablo 3 on the switch.
New California. Slay the Spire.
Well, I got my second pilot killed pretty quickly at Knights of the Sky, tried flying the F117 (quite unsuccessfully, I’d have a few questions because it seems there are a some gaps between what the manual explains and how the game is actually played). Then, because of @jpinard, I tried to jump into Railroad Tycoon for the xxxth times and, as I only got 4 hours of sleep, I’d say that attempt was successful. One of the things is that I was always confused by the interface. But it’s a pretty nice interface actually! Only it is so remote from all our modern conceptions, it seems alien at first.
Microprosey weekend, eh.
two words for you m8: Tank Platoon.
It’s been good knowing ya ;-)
I did play quite a bit of Guacamelee STCE with my kid. And I ended up playing a whole lot of Galaxy of Pen and Paper +1 Edition for whatever reason. It was fun.
Also played a bit of Resonance of Fate HD. I have no idea what’s going on storywise, but the gameplay is awesome. ;)
Like Railroad Tycoon, I confess M1 Tank Platoon’s been installed forever, its manual loaded on the iPad for a long time as well, but I haven’t yet touched it properly. I seem to remember regretting there were no mouse controls, and that there was a weird inertia in the cursor’s movements on the map, that made using the gamepad for that purpose mandatory. But it’s about a subject matter I am so ignorant about, reading the manual will sure provide lots of insights — as usual.
That manual was so good, i think i still keep it around.
I’ll probably play some Two Point Hospital and at least do a run or 2 of Slay the Spire. Also chipping away at Hollow Knight on the Switch.
Busy busy, but I think I’ll find time to zone out with Diablo 3 on the Switch. Also maybe a game of Crusader Kings 2.