By some miracle I survived my cold from last week, and have since spread it to all my house-mates – much to their displeasure, I might add.
So, while I’m fit and healthy, it’s time to get on with this week’s Community Round-Up!
The first round of the TSA Plus Point Challenge saw some amazing scores in Resogun, but none were quite as amazing as X1BALBAABLAB1X’s, who got a score so high it put him 4th in the world!
You can also see the Leaderboard here to see how things are stacking up in this early stage of the championship.
As per usual, if you have more than 250 TSA points, you should free to create your own meet if neither of those takes your fancy, and coordinate with other in the Meets section of our Forums.
From the Reviews, Stefan gave the PC release of Octodad: Dadliest Catch a 7/10, suggesting that a controller is a must if you wish to get past the frustrating difficulty spikes, however it’s still an enjoyable game with a great story and one to look forward to on PS4. Peter also appeared with what he called ‘not quite a review of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition‘.
Stefan also brought along the three Previews we had this week. First up was Space Hulk: Deathwing set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, which was followed by the point and click Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishment, and then the upcoming RTS, Etherium.
Glancing at the Community articles now, Diablo 3 for Consoles received a unanimous ‘Buy It’ Verdict, while the new WeView game is Metro: Last Light, part of this month’s PS+ offerings. The Chronicle also launched its new Trophy Leaderboard for 2014, the first results of which will be shown tomorrow.
With time for just a quick peak into the Forums, it looks like it’s been a tad quiet this week:
- Cron gives us his in-depth thoughts on the Xbox One.
- Heedbaw asks for people’s Steam names.
- And lastly, Double-o-Dave needs some guitar buying advice.
And there we have it. I think I’m going to spend most of my weekend sitting in front of the TV enjoying the opening weekend of the Six Nations, before Top Gear returns on Sunday. Whatever you’ve got planned for this weekend (hopefully it’s slightly more active than mine!), have a good one and I’ll see you all this time next week!