What will you play this weekend? (November 12)

Alana Hagues, editor

I ended up playing a little bit super mario world last weekend, and I went back to that and off. It’s one of my favorite Mario games – thanks in part to Yoshi, come on – and pick it up again today, it’s timeless. I adore it for a bit of Mario magic.

I also juggled Let’s build a zoo in my free time, again. And bayonet 3 still going on in the background. I’m considering picking up Sonic Frontiers, even if those reviews are all over the place, I haven’t had much time to play the game lately, so things are taking it slow! All that will change next weekend

Jim Norman, editor

Again, there are so many games that I hope to play this weekend but have very little time to actually play them – tskpeople need to stop with all this socializing malice.

There was an eShop sale on owl boy This week makes it a discount that I can’t refuse and wowee I am enjoying this game! Anything that can be played remotely like a GBA game, and I’ve often fallen in love with – this is no exception. It seems pretty short so I’ll have to try to enjoy this one.

Besides, it’s Splatfest weekend, so you know I’ll do my best for Team Water-Type whenever I can. Maybe I’ll even get lucky and win a mystical Tricolor Clover Field War this time – somehow, I doubt it. There’s sure to be a bit more play on the Wii U if I have time too, but with so much quality Switch content that I’m hooked, it’s getting harder and harder to take my eyes off.

Kate Gray, Staff Writer

This weekend I to be I’m going to throw a birthday party, but I’m sick and apparently all my friends are too. So I’ll curl up on the sofa like a real asshole, and either storm in danganronpa (not literally, murder is bad), or play dishonesta game of my forever backlog.

If I don’t enjoy complicated mechanics or reading books, I’ll play instead Vampire Survivors, a game about seeing how many things can happen on the screen at once. It’s the video game equivalent of delicious popcorn, and it even sound like popcorn. Everyone reading it should play it.

Ollie Reynolds, editor

So this weekend, I thought I’d dive into Atari 50: Celebration. I’m not old enough to play Atari games for the first time (although I’ve played a few titles over the years), but I’m really interested in delving into the history of video games. This looks like a great curated collection and I can’t wait to join.

If not, maybe I’ll jump in Evil resident 0 to mark its 20th anniversary. It’s not very high on my RE ratings, but it’s still a great survival horror game. Have a good one, folks!

Gonçalo Lopes, Critic

Somehow tripped at the end of NieR: Automatic machine at the beginning of this week but the ending didn’t give me enough endings for me to find another 24 endings. Bayonetta 3 is on its way home and with each new level I run out of reasons to leave this off my GOTY 2022 list. Nurtured by the Kung Fu movies from Shaw Brothers’ legendary Sifu: Vengeance Edition is something I’ve been looking forward to for a while, and totally thankful for it’s yet another solid Switch port. Have a great week on the eShop with From space, Fraudulent Legacy 2 and moon They all require my attention. I just need to stay away from that sweet Pixel Cup Soccer: Ultimate Edition demo…

Game of the week is Super Woden GP. I love overhead racing games from the Commodore Amiga era and this is by far the best I’ve ever played. This will keep me busy while eagerly awaiting the sequel.

As always, thanks for reading! Be sure to leave us a comment below with your weekend gaming plans!

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