Historically, it would E3 Weekend, but things a very much This day is different. Publishers, in general, tend to spread out their announcements, and we’ve already seen our big one from the PlayStation inspiration. The good news is that there is a release calendar with anger Stacked, and with less gaming news to keep up with, there’s no shortage of things to play with.
There can only be one. After a brutal weekend without internet last week, it’s time for me to immerse myself in the blood of Diablo 4. i am ready
I still have my PlayStation Classic setup from last week, so I’ll plug and play to be able to hide in the PS1 Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee.
Another weekend, another Diablo 4 session. I beat the campaign with a barbarian, but I still can’t crack that capstone dungeon. And so the grind begins…
Street Fighter 6 and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom It’s likely to take up most of my time for the rest of the month, though Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 Was on sale on the switch, so maybe some of it.
This weekend I’m not going to lie…looking down to see his nose grow about an inch…well, maybe I will, but the truth is that I’ve been playing the recently released P demo on the PS5. Will check the lie. I’ll be jumping back into Diablo 4 as a wizard when Pinocchio isn’t playing.
After Summer Game Fest, I’m very excited to check out a couple of playable demos. First up is Viewfinder, a mind-bending puzzler about taking photos and turning them into 3D space. I’m really looking forward to checking it out. Then there’s Lies of Pi, a Bloodborne-esque action game that looks great.
So, then, that’s all that’s keeping us busy this weekend, but what about you? You know the drill: tell us in the comments section below.
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