What are you playing this weekend?

looooong weekends ftw!

Going to press on with Bioshock: Infinite and pop in Lego City Undercover for starters, then mix in some Monster Hunter 3, Etrian Odyssey (discovered I'm only half way through!) and still battling through Legend of Grimrock: Master Quest.

Bioshock Infinite, Borderlands 2, Rayman Origins, and Starcraft 2

Been replaying Half-Life 2, so will probably do that, and might continue with Skyrim: Dawnguard.

stevenmack wrote:

...Lego City Undercover ...

Wait, this is out? How is it?

Vrikk wrote:
stevenmack wrote:

...Lego City Undercover ...

Wait, this is out? How is it?

Fantastic.

Far Cry 3, Guild Wars 2, and Wisconsin Family Sedan Simulator 2013. Recently bought the 10 month old DLC - really ups the challenge.

Bioshock: Infinite
Warmachine/Hordes tournament and Tabletop Day on Saturday
Hanging with the family for Easter

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and, since Saturday should be calm and I should have time to potentially finish it maybe, Penny Arcade Ep. 3.

Tabletop Day Saturday!

Beers
Zombicide
More Beers
More Zombicide

Ok there is probably some food, some Dominion, 7 Wonders, and a sprinkling of other games in there too.

Good luck with the Warmachine McIrish!

Vrikk wrote:
stevenmack wrote:

...Lego City Undercover ...

Wait, this is out? How is it?

Out today in the UK 'cause of Good Friday on the 'morrow. I got side tracked by Infinite so haven't tried it yet....

...probably pop it in for a looksie now...

Good Friday would be a much Better Friday if my daughter's school wasn't closed, too.

<--- not a terrible dad, just like to play

PRG013 wrote:
Vrikk wrote:
stevenmack wrote:

...Lego City Undercover ...

Wait, this is out? How is it?

Fantastic.

OK, just had a quick play of the opening few minutes...

Initial impressions VERY positive (aside from a few lengthy load times). It's seriously laugh-out-loud funny.
I'll have a proper look at it tomorrow.

Lego City by day, Bioshock Infinite by night.

I'm not so sure I can keep up with Strange Journey. I'm really enjoying most of it, but the level design is driving me somewhat mad.

Persona on the PSP during exercise time. Pokemon Black 2 when I want something light. (Numb, mindless level grinding.)

I'm hoping it's a light gaming weekend otherwise.

Going to wind up the Heart of the Swarm campaign, do some more unranked matches and maybe jump back into the ladder to try even my currently disgraceful stats out a little.

Slowly, ever so slowly, I am playing Bioshock Infinite.

More Guild Wars 2, will hopefully finish Dawnguard, play some more XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
And if I'm feeling really ambitious, I'll fire up Heart of the Swarm, too, we'll see.

Fedaykin98 wrote:

Good Friday would be a much Better Friday if my daughter's school wasn't closed, too.
<--- not a terrible dad, just like to play :)

The Monday after Easter would be a much nicer holiday if my son's nanny was working
<--- not a terrible mom, just likes to play

After two weekends mainly dedicated to work, I'm hoping to relax with some great games from the pile of shame:

Uncharted 2 (very close to the end now)
Torchlight 2
Saints Row The Third

Although the pile won't dominate my time... Bioshock Infinite baby!

indeed....

Anyway, I'm going to try to hit Mark of the Ninja pretty hard this weekend. Sadly I don't get any extra time off (unlike the wife, who can lounge around for 4 days straight!). Having recently finished a game (:shock:) in the short-but-ever-so-sweet Dead Pixels, I'm ready to try and complete 2 games (albeit, small ones) in quick succession!

I must do this for myself, otherwise I'll just go down the usual merry-go-round of Fifa13, Football Manager 2013, BF3 and DayZ that, while definitely fun, makes me feel like i'm not accomplishing anything with my gaming time...

Where's that pile thread, I may need an intervention.

I'll be joining the rest of you in Columbia trying to play through Bioshock Infinite.

Other than that there's a slight chance I might be doing some board gaming on the 30th as well as some short sessions of Sleeping Dogs to placate my backlog.

Bioshock Infinite and Sentinels of the Multiverse here!

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Bioshock Infinite
Fire Emblem trying to up some relationships.

I'm supposed to have more than one urinary organ?

If I'm lucky, I'll get some TIE Fighter in this week, but that'll likely be it. Sigh.

Demyx wrote:

Bioshock Infinite and Sentinels of the Multiverse here!

Aren't those the same game?

MrAndrewJ wrote:

I'm not so sure I can keep up with Strange Journey. I'm really enjoying most of it, but the level design is driving me somewhat mad.

Where are you? If you're in the conveyor belt maze in Sector Delphinus, I totally understand.

ClockworkHouse wrote:

Where are you? If you're in the conveyor belt maze in Sector Delphinus, I totally understand.

Sector Carina, apparently toward the end of the sector. You mean to say it gets worse?

MrAndrewJ wrote:
ClockworkHouse wrote:

Where are you? If you're in the conveyor belt maze in Sector Delphinus, I totally understand.

Sector Carina, apparently toward the end of the sector. You mean to say it gets worse?

Ah, the maze with the switches?

Yes, it gets worse than that. Part of Sector Delphinus is a conveyor belt maze that doesn't show up on your auto-map. It's a massive pain in the ass, and I recommend you just look at a map online. The good news is that it's really short if you know the path, so there's not a lot of backtracking like there is with the Carina maze.

Most likely Bioshock Infinite (which my wife loves watching) and Tomb Raider, if anything. I miss ski season...

Boardgames on Saturday, and tabletop and boardgames on Sunday