Something for the Weekend – 16/03/24

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The sun is out and shining in my part of the world, with a lovely spring day coinciding with the end of this year’s Six Nations. It feels like a foregone conclusion that Ireland will wrap things up against Scotland, but maybe I’m just trying to jinx them for a surprise final day turnaround that sees Scotland, France or England win it instead? Imagine the drama!

But on to the video games chatter from the past week.

In the News This Week

There’s no more E3, but all eyes will still turn to LA in early June, as per usual.

Games in Review & Featured Articles

There was also the review of the very comfy desk chair, Sihoo Doro S300, with Dom particularly impressed by how much support it provided, while remaining cool for long sessions.

For our previews, Aran’s been hands on with the opening hours of Rise of the Ronin, finding a game that typifies a lot of what makes a Team Ninja game, but in a thoroughly different time of Japanese history.

By contrast, Ascendant Infinity is a whole load of 80s excess, blending together a bunch of

Rounding things out as always, What We Played featured Unicorn Overlord, New Star GP and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.

Trailer Park

Nobody Wants To Die is a noir detective game set in 2329

F1 Manager 24 will add new Create A Team mode with release this summer

Grandia HD Collection releases March 26th for PS4 and Xbox One

Your Achievements

Here’s what you in our community have been up to this week:

  • MrYd’s carried on with Diablo 4, Helldivers 2 and managed to wrap up A Plague Tale: Requiem, and grabbed the Jeff Minter Llamasoft collection, but then he made the “terrible mistake” of buying Balatro and sinking into the “horribly addictive” game of “weird poker”, all of which means it comes “highly recommended”.

That’s the round up for this week. We’ll be back on Monday for more gaming bits and bobs. See you then!

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