Just as it is written in the ancient tomes, tradition mandates that we delve into another Weekend in Gaming. Little is spoken about The Grand Co-Optimus Library, but it is within those musty manuscripts that we gleaned our eternal duties: "Thou must enjoy at least one game of the video or tabletop variety, then announce your intention the masses, lest the realms fall into utter chaos." And so, like the obedient Co-opiteers that came before us, we carry on this sacred ritual.
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Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "More Halo 5 time for our review on Monday, also checking out a 'Steam Machine'."
Jason Love (@JLove55) - "Back home from vacation so it means diving into Destiny once more and maybe continuing my Persona A playthrough."
Mike Katsufrakis (@Pheriannath) - "Hopefully shaking the cold I have had all week. I'm also just about finished with my Halo 4 replay."
Marc Allie (@DjinniMan) - "Gaming on the go for the most part this weekend, but I am looking forward to a session of Dungeons & Dragons on Sunday."
Eric Murphy (@smurph_em) - "No F.A.L.C.O. this week, but my Friday will still be awesome because we'll be enjoying live music. In fact, I probably won't have time for any gaming this weekend."
John Bardinelli (@itsamejohn) - "Back from traveling and excited to catch up on a bunch of indie games. In reality, I'll probably just play The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes all weekend."
Locke Vincent (@LockeVincent) - "Board game get together Halloween edition where we are going to do some ghost busting on Ghost Stories."
Tally Callahan - "I have a busy but fun weekend planned. Halloween karaoke tonight, my partner's birthday tomorrow, and Tales of Zestiria whenever we have the time!"
Taylor Killian - "When I'm not crawling through Zombie Vikings, I'll be attaching skilled soldiers to abduction balloons in Metal Gear Solid 5."
Enoch Starnes (@enochstarnes) - "I'll be taking advantage of the rare "two free weekends in a row" phenomenon by imbibing in Destiny, Sword Coast Legends, and a wee bit of Vermintide."
So, what say you, o' learned readers? Are you enjoying another chance to finish up your backlog before Fallout 4 hits, or are you knee-deep in some lengthy digital journey? Let us know in the comments!