Every Friday we’ll post Weekend Gaming, which will be a summary of some of the new releases you should be paying attention to, along with games that we plan on playing this weekend.
BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) - Do we really need to tell you why BioShock Infinite is a new game you should be aware about? It is the newest game from Irrational Games, and the latest in the BioShock series. Instead of being set in a city under the water, you head to Columbia, a city in the clouds. The game has been receiving high praises, and we have Andreas locked in a dark room preparing our review of the game.
Brandon’s Weekend Gaming
Need for Speed: Most Wanted - I am not that big of a racing fan, but I’ll play any racing game that Criterion puts out. I recently picked up Need for Speed: Most Wanted, and it is fantastic. It feels very similar to Burnout Paradise which is excellent, yet you get to race with real, licensed cars. I’ve also heard great things about the multiplayer, which I plan on playing this weekend.
Kerbal Space Program - I would be lying if I said I wouldn’t boot this game up sometime this weekend. It is the game that I’ve spent the most time with in the past year, and I can’t stop playing it. With the newest update, players can now build rovers. It is time to start exploring some planets and moons!
Andreas’ Weekend Gaming
BioShock Infinite - I almost feel like I don’t have to say anything about this game beyond the next three phrases or terms, Irrational Games, BioShock, and Floating City called Columbia. This new entry into the series is an unbelievably engaging, immersive and quality experience that cannot be matched by anyone in the story driven, theme-heavy space of FPS.
Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 - Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 is a game I am playing for review this weekend which is solely based on sniping and sneaking gameplay that we know from sequences out of games like Call of Duty. Can it be enough to carry an entire game? I am about to find out.