We've had a few days now with (most) of the answers we wanted: the release date, the price, and what games are coming out.
Now it's time for your review: what do you think of the Nintendo Switch?
After a few jam-packed weeks, Bethesda and Dishonored 2 largely got all of last week to themselves. Call of Duty and Battlefield was nowhere to be seen, and the only major distraction was on the hardware side with the Mini NES. (Which most people couldn't buy.)
So now that the game has been out for a weekend, how are you finding it?
I feel as though the warmongering FPS has undergone quite the revival in the last month or so. Battlefield 1 came out and surprised everyone by having a single player campaign that was both respectful and engaging.
Titanfall 2 surprised everyone by being batshit insane.
How did Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare compare?
I've spent a bit of time with Titanfall 2 over the last few days, whether it's playing multiplayer at a launch event or quietly slogging through the singleplayer at home.
Just quietly: the singleplayer is surprisingly very good.
Last week got busy out of nowhere, didn't it? And part of that was partly thanks to Civilization 6, which has gotten a pretty good reception so far.
But what do you think?
We've had roughly a week with Destiny's latest expansion, Rise of Iron, and so far the takeaway has been generally positive. It's got one of the game's best story missions, and we're finally getting a sense of what Destiny can do when it doesn't have to accommodate for the 360 and PS3.
But are you having fun?