Welcome to Player Attack’s TGIF, a weekly feature where we discuss what we’re doing over the weekend whether it’s games, movies, TV, books or anything else! We’d love to hear what you’re up to as well – heck, you might come across some like-minded people and become super friends!
Jordan | @JordanBallew
I don’t get a lot of time to actually recreationally play video games, so my complete playthrough of Dark Souls III is still underway. Other than that, I’m giving in and buying an iPhone 7 Plus. There’s also a local event coming up in my town that my band is playing, so I’ll be rehearsing for that. Basically, I don’t plan on going outside a lot this weekend.
Matthew | @Mythor
Having finished the Nuka World DLC for Fallout 4 I’ve been running around tidying up some loose ends before heading off to Far Harbor. Haven’t decided whether Piper or Nick will be coming with me on the adventure but want all my settlements neat and tidy and well supplied beforehand.
And this weekend I’ll start WoW: Legion. For real, this time. Promise.
Rade | @radeylady
BioShock collection came out this week so I plan on travelling back to Rapture and Columbia. BioShock 1 is one of my favourite games. It’s one of those games that stick with me.
Also, Myth, totally take Piper.
Mike | @MikeNotridge
This weekend I’ll be descending upon a certain castle for a future Videogame Shoebox, plenty of backtracking involved but I’m ready to kill some undead…again.
Also, like Rade, I’ll be jumping back into Rapture with the Bioshock Collection being out now! We agreed a couple of weeks ago on the Untitled Podcast that Bioshock was one of the top 5 games of the last generation of consoles, can’t wait to see if it still holds up!
Jessica | @dotarray
After spending the last couple of weekends tackling Mount Laundry and other fun household tasks, I’m planning to spend at least some of this one relaxing. Part of that will be completing the second playthrough of Isoland, a new point-and-click adventure game for iOS I picked up on Wednesday. I nearly blitzed through the first playthrough in one sitting (which is a reflection of its one-more-puzzle addictive qualities, not their simplicity), and need to complete it again to solve some more mysteries.
Oh I do like to be beside the seasiii-iiiiide… Ahoy, mateys. What adventures, nautical or otherwise, be ye up to this weekend?