Weekend Weekly Gaming of April 27, 2018

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Weekend Weekly Gaming of April 27, 2018

Louis Hughes

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Xbox One): After playing the first game of the remake to a dormant franchise I got intrigued with the story of a wacky/scary alternate take on U.S. History. With events going on with society now, this take on America might be truer than it seems. So, I am interested in continuing the saga to see how this plays out in Nazi America. Not to mention, the online ads for the game and the CEO of Bethesda Software saying “Nazis sucks and you’re evil for defending them.”

WWE 2K18 (PS4): With the Greatest Royal Rumble set to take place with a stacked card (unless you’re a female wrestler), I will be recreating the event since most of the title belts will be on the line. This will also give me a moment to update Shinsuke Nakamura’s move list. Since he’s a heel, I will be adding the low blow as his signature move.

Yooka-Laylee (Switch): I will finally play the game most people considered a letdown. I was tempted to buy the game on Xbox One, since the game recently got a tempting price cut for Gold members, but I feel platform games should be played on a Nintendo console. I’m looking forward to seeing if the Banjo-Kazooie team from Rare’s golden age still got it.


Andre Calvert

Light Fall (PC): I will be playing through Light Fall for review.

Fire Emblem Heroes (Android): I’ll be leveling up some of my potential merge characters for building.

Path of Exile: Beastiary (PC): I’m in Tier 8 of my Atlas and just got my 3rd Shaper Orb. I also finally got my first Shaper map drop. I’ll be continuing to work my way up the tiers.

Hearthstone: Witchwood: I can’t believe I came back to this game, but I did. They recently added this new “Solo Adventure” dungeon mode that I’m trying out.

 


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