Here's a strange thing that happened: this week I had Monday and Tuesday off and I thought to myself, 'time to get some quality gaming time in'. I looked at all the game I had, all the games I still had to finish, and I was totally like, 'I HAVE NOTHING TO PLAY'. It was ridiculous.
It was the equivalent of a model with a walk-in wardrobe full of clothes going, "I have nothing to wear". It was so silly.
I think the difficulty for me was more, I didn't know what I wanted to play. the choice was sort of paralysing. I'm keen on Assassin's Creed: Unity -- I want to make my own mind up about that game -- but I lent it to Chris Jager from Lifehacker. I'm keen to finally finish off Alien: Isolation, but that isn't the kind of game you want to rush through and I felt like I should be checking out something a little newer. Shadow of Mordor? I think I'm gonna get to that during the Christmas holidays.
I settled on Dragon Age: Inquisition. A game I wasn't sure I wanted to invest in. Most people are finishing this game with 80 hours on the clock. I'm not sure I have that kind of time for a game that isn't Dark Souls so it was tough to commit to, but the hype for this game was so strong that I've decided to run with it.
So that's what I'm playing this weekend. How about you?