It is Friday, and there is no better way to spend the weekend than playing a new release, or continuing a game that you’ve been playing for a while. Either way, it is time for Weekend Gaming.
Papers, Please (PC, Mac) – Glory to Arstotzka! You play as a border agent for the communist country of Arstotzka, and it is up to your discretion who can and cannot enter the country. As you play the game multiple storylines pop up, making it one of the most interesting games we’ve played.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC) – This puzzle game has you controlling two brothers independently of each other. One brother is controlled with the left stick, the other with the right, and it is single player only. It tells the story of two brothers trying to find the cure for their father’s illness. Oh, did we mention it is made by Starbreeze? Seems like a cool game.
Brandon’s Weekend Gaming
Prison Architect – It is nice to be doing weekend gaming again. This weekend I’m going to check out some of Prison Architect. It is a game I’ve been wanting to try for a while, and I was able to pick it up in the Humble Weekly Bundle for $20. Not a bad deal at all.
FIFA 13 – Since I moved to a new state, I was able to get hooked up to some fast internet like I have never had before. This allows me to hop into the world of online gaming again, and the game I’ve been playing most is FIFA 13. I am addicted to the Seasons mode. Plus it is really satisfying when you beat your opponent and they are using Barcelona.
Andreas’ Weekend Gaming
Saints Row IV – I continue to play through this [REDACTED] game which is totally [REDACTED], I mean how can a developer make such a [REDACTED] game right? Embargo is not quite up yet so I must be cryptic 🙂
Brothers: A Tales of Two Sons
On the menu also this weekend is Starbreeze’s Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons which is a unique adventure game where the player controls the two brothers with the left and right sticks to traverse and interact with the world. Super charming and on e of the best downloadable games out this year. Review incoming.