It’s finally here. The weekend. Time for us to kick back, relax, and watch Neo slaughter hundreds of people because they killed his dog (that’s still what that series is about, right?). Oh, we’ll also play some video games as well. Here’s what the GI crew is playing this weekend. Let us know your weekend gaming plans in the comments below!
Suriel Vazquez (@SurielVazquez) – Having a weekend retreat with Cassie Cage in the pink post-apocalypse.
Javy Gwaltney – This weekend I’m seeing John Wick slaughter an entire country this time, I guess? I’ll also be diving more into Rage 2’s wasteland and reading some Shakespeare plays.
Daniel Tack (@DanTack) – WoW Classic Beta, Diablo 3 Season 17, Division 2 Raid, Hearthstone new single-player adventure! And a few rounds of Dota Auto Chess.
Ben Hanson (@yozetty) – Oh boy, the weekend! I hope I’ll get to spend more time going through the Mortal Kombat 11 story mode. Playing that game with a big ol’ fight stick is so damn fun. Other than that, I’m planning on playing Jeopardy on the SNES because I’m a real wildcard. Have a good weekend!
Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard) – I’ve been dabbling in Days Gone and playing with Steam’s new streaming app. I might go get a controller for my iPhone so I can stream PC games to it. Supposedly Xbox One controllers will connect to iPhones but I can’t seem to find one that will connect to my iPhone 8. If you know what I am doing wrong let me know in the comments! Or, hell, send me an e-mail! You can find it listed on this very website! Otherwise it will be a lawn-mowing, gymnastics and karate-attending, hanging out outside kind of weekend.
Brian Shea (@BrianPShea) – I’m hoping to see both Detective Pikachu and John Wick 3 this weekend, but we’ll see how that goes. When I’m at home, I’m planning on digging into Rage 2 and Days Gone. I just finished the Mortal Kombat 11 story mode and enjoyed it a lot, so I might dig into the towers next. And, of course, Overwatch and Marvel Strike Force. However, the game I’ll likely end up playing the most is “Dodge the Game of Thrones Cynicism.”
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