As we near Issue 500 of WAYP, a recurring feature that’s now been running over ten years, it’s probably worth noting how grateful we are for your comments every week. Want to know what this author was playing in Issue 1? Lumines on PS Vita! Apparently, I wasn’t as fond of it in 2013!
After FINALLY completing the Horizon Forbidden West campaign, I’m moving on to Burning Shores. I’m all gassed up on Horizon at the moment, so I’m looking forward to see how it serves up the inevitable Horizon 3.
I like the reasoning that my money is better spent on a bargain modern retro game, when compared to buying a regular vanilla latte. Consequently, with 70% off the aptly named Coffee Crisis, this 2D brawler has to be worth a shot at £2.69 in PS Store’s current Spring Sale.
After spending some time in Disney Speedstorm and Minecraft Legends this week, I’m giving the Crash Team Rumble beta a try. This series doesn’t have the best reputation for making spinoff party games, but it appears to at least be more thought out than games like Crash Bash and Crash Boom Bang.
Dead Island 2 is finally here, and I’m diving in whole-hog. Playing as Jacob, going house-to-house and clearing zombies like it was 2011 again, I’m having a HELL-A of a time and will gladly spend the rest of the weekend doing the same.
I’m away this weekend so I’m probably not playing too much, but hopefully I’ll be able to sneak in some Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp while I’m here.
This weekend I’ll be heading back into Horizon Forbidden West to check out the Burning Shores. When not hunting down machines, I may get back out my PSVR2 headset for a bit of Moss Book II.
I’m taking a much-needed break next week, but until then, I still have some unfinished business in Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores. I’ve really enjoyed dipping back into this series! The main game was overshadowed massively last year, but the expansion has reminded me how much I liked it.
Another week where virtually everyone on the team is playing a different game, although there’s a little crossover on the Horizon expansion, as you’d probably expect. What are you playing? Let us know in the comments section below.