What are you playing?
Each week we’ll give you the low-down on the games that have been keeping the GGS Gamer staff busy on their consoles, PCs and handhelds.
Here’s what we’ve been playing this week …
- Final Fantasy XIV (PS4) – Levelling up my fisherman class as I need some serious moola (gil) in-game… I’m almost level 70 then I need level other disciples of the land classes to grab myself more moola.
- Yakuza 0 (PC) – I’m thoroughly enjoying playing as Kiryu again but this time in the 80’s! I need to grab this on PS4 to add to my eventual Yakuza collection.
- Y’s VIII: The Lacrimosa of Dana (Vita) – I reviewed the PS4 version around this time last year and working the night shift gives me an hour and half break so I thought I’d grab it for the Vita and revisit one of my favourite games from 2017.
- Halo The Master Chief Collection (XB1) – Yep this was next in the misadventures of Dan vs the Backlog. Might’ve bit off more than I could chew but Halo games are always fun to revisit.
- Jump Gunners (XB1) – Reviewing this game right now… so yeah. Can’t say too much.
- Mega Man X Legacy Collection (Switch) – I’m very rusty at these games; gotta “git gud”.
- World of Warcraft (PC) – Been trying out some new classes and specs to make sure I’m playing my favourite character for the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion. I’m pretty set on continuing on my Monk, but it’s nice to have a main alternative as well. New quests and stories have been added involving Sylvanas’s mission to wage war against the Alliance, and I am LOVING it. FOR THE HORDE!!
- Unavowed (PC) – Playing this for a review. Pleasantly surprised so far!
- World of Warcraft (PC) – After much deliberation, I think I’ve finally settled on my mage for BfA!
- Lightfield Hyper Edition (Steam) – It’s an interesting game, lovely design, and offers a four-play split screen space race – these are all things that work for me.
- Faeria (Steam) – It’s a cool little spin on the traditional card games, getting you to strategize how you use land as well as your cards. I’m still learning and – to be honest – I prefer the simplicity of Insane Robots.