What are you doing this weekend?

What are you doing this weekend?

It''s Friday, and you''re merely ticking away the moments that make up a sluggish day. You''re constantly watching the clock. Wondering when the arms will finally hit the magic five and 12 positions.

And then it happens. Huzzah! It''s time to go home.

When you arrive, what do you intend to do? Keep the yard? No, it''s finally raining. Should you clean the house? Do laundry? Organize your chest of drawers? Perhaps, but don''t do anything. Those things can wait.

Take some time to take care of yourself because you are young and life is long, and there is time to kill today. And tomorrow. So do what we''re doing. By playing some games, you''ll save time.

Here''s what we''re going to this weekend:

Connor Makar, a contributor to a variety of fight games

This weekend, I''ll be observing Evo 2022. I''ve got a tub of Ben & Jerrys in the fridge, and some money is spent on trips to the shops for more ice cream. This weekend, I have the living room to myself, and the big TV. So, I''ll be playing nothing but fighting games.

I''ve been laying work out since Wednesday, going straight to bed, and staying awake from 9pm until 5AM. I''m ready for the Fighting Game Christmas.

The Somnium Files: James Billcliffe, the Editor of The Guides

Spike Chunsoft is well-known in visual novels, but I hadn''t heard of AI before: The Somnium Files was recently offered the Nirvana Initiative sequel.

AI, led by Kotaro Uchikoshi of 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors, and Zero Escape: Virtue''s Last Reward fame, is a similar type of very Japanese mystery with a mixture of goofy, off-colour humour and dark, foreboding undercurrents.

I''m always interested in a good story, and AI reflected my interest when I gave it a go to see if I wanted to play the next sequel. Frustratingly, it is one of those games where you have to play through a load of non-canon endings to unlock the ''true'' story (which I didn''t know going in, and it broke my flow when it just stopped while I was investing). Now I''ve got over my grump and will hopefully meander myself

Resident Evil 6: Kelsey Raynor, the writer of Guides

I''ve no real intentions for this weekend, but I''ve been on a massive Resident Evil binge lately.

Last weekend, I closed Resident Evil Village. This week, I rounded up Resident Evil 4, and now I''m about to enter Resident Evil 6.

With the announcement that Wesker and Ada will be released on Dead by Daylight, it''s a good idea to finish the sixth installment.

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