Weekend Gaming Playlist
For those in North America, it’s unoffically the last weekend of Summer, and the long Labor Day weekend is upon us. I hope every one stays safe and uses the long weekend to find some time for gaming. I’m certainly planning on doing so, and here is my Weekend Gaming Playlist.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses
I know I am a bit late to this one, but its been in my backlog a while, and this is my first time playing a Fire Emblem game. Many have praised this title for it’s unique elements, and I have just completed the opening prologue and am looking forward to meeting the characters from the three different houses. If you have already played the game, let me know which House you chose, as I’ll be making my choice soon!
While I am not the biggest fan of traditional Minecraft, Dungeons has been a breath of fresh air in the loot-based, dungeon crawling genre. Dungeons is getting its biggest update (both paid & free DLC) next week on September 8th with the Creeping Winter DLC. I am looking forward to playing that expansion, as its going to add more vendors to the main hub area in addition to new levels. So while we prepare for the update next week, Dungeons is a great go-to title for some family gaming sessions with the kids.
I am slowly working my way through this one. Paper Mario: The Origami King released not-too long ago, and while it may not be return to form we all wanted and expected, Bug Fables is a much-needed alternative. The game has a charming story, a set of interesting characters, and random battles that have meaning. I am in the middle of Chapter 4, having just completed the incident at the Honey Factory.
That’s it for me this weekend! What are you going to play? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter. Enjoy your time playing, stay safe, and be well!