Well here in the states another turkey day has passed and we're all still full to excess from eating and drinking the typical foods and beverages that come with it. I'm going to have a few more days of leftovers and that's alright because after spending all day cooking and cleaning I'm happy to just nuke some plates of turkey and ham and dressing to keep me strong. I'm a growing boy after all. I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving and the family arguments didn't supersede the fun.
In other news, the Camp Fire in Northern CA is officially out! Thanks to all the fire crews who've worked endlessly for the past couple of weeks and a good soak that we've been desperate to receive the smoke is washed out of the air and the fire has been laid down. I imagine the mess in Paradise is unbearable, but at least the nightmare of the fire itself is over. Now comes the clean up and hopefully search for all the missing will resume with as little interruption as possible. Stay Strong up there.
So what's everyone playing this weekend?
Tru: I will be playing some more Red Dead Redemption 2 (as I am already in the epilogue) Some Super Mario Party on the Switch as well as Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu. Perhaps I'll get back to Spider-Man on PS4 as well now that I have two DLC's to play through.
Yoda: If I find Some spare time, ill be trying to get through more RDR2
Dr. S: Mario Kart 8 with my son. Also revisiting some GameCube classics like Double Dash, Animal Crossing, and Donkey Konga. Also Red Dead II.
Scroo: So my birthday resulted in a few new titles in the library. Dead Cells is a really fun and unforgiving 2D platformer, semi souls-like that I was gifted. Loving that. I also picked up Strange Brigade for some more co-op monster bashing, but instead of Vermintide's, Skaven enemies this is set in the 1930's and teams solve puzzles and battle classic movie monsters. I've yet to play any of that but I'm excited to start it up. And finally I was gifted a copy of Helldivers -another team based co-op title but this time in isometric fashion. Think of Warhammer: Kill Team, style group play meets Inquisitor Martyr and Starship Troopers. It's been loads of fun as well. I'm also still into playing GRIP and MudRunner, and I'm working my way through Shadow of the Tomb Raider quite happily.
AJ: Mario Kart 8 with my son. Also revisiting some GameCube classics like Double Dash, Animal Crossing, and Donkey Konga. Also Red Dead II.
Greywolfe: stop! wrupping time! that's like hammer time, but for games. anyway. i'm setting up shop for sierra december, which means looking into sierra games i can play for december over on my youtube channel. i'm trying - this year - to play them blind before i actually run them, so that i know what i'm doing. not going to spoil which games, of course, that'd be bad and wrong. [it'd be badong!] but i've made it 2/3 of the way through the first with no walkthrough and am real happy with that. three more games like it to go, though ;) - other than that, just nanowrimo, which is all-consuming. :)