Published On: Mon, Apr 6th, 2020

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? (April 4th)

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What a crazy week we’ve had this week with a outrageous Switch eShop sale, absurd levels of Animal Crossing creativity, and even reports suggesting that 2020 is set to move lots of sparkling Super Mario remasters to Switch. Sheesh.

Finally, though, we can now lay behind and take a breather. Members of Team Nintendo Life have common their gaming skeleton for a weekend below, and we’d adore for we to join in around a check and criticism sections. Enjoy!

Gavin Lane, staff writer

Following an rare splurge on a European Switch eShop sale late final night (brought on, no doubt, by a manly brew of tiredness + relaxing beverage) we have not one, not two, nonetheless seven new diversion icons sitting on my Switch menu screen, including Octopath Traveler, The Messenger, The Touryst and Alien: Isolation. These are games I’ve had my eye on for months and a cost was right. It would be poetic if we could find time to excavate into them over a weekend.

Not gonna happen, though. You see I’ve got fish to catch, bridges to build and Buck’s birthday benefaction to deliver. No, we fear that my new purchases will instead settle like lees over Witcher 3, Edith Finch and a rest, compressing into a continental shelf of my reserve and holding adult good chunks of my micro SD. Must lurch – only spied a dragonfly!

Ryan Craddock, staff writer

Once again, I’ll be squeezing any final dump out of Animal Crossing: New Horizons that we presumably can, solemnly nonetheless certainly operative towards crafting all of a Bunny Day recipes and maybe – just maybe – indeed removing around to sprucing adult my residence a small bit.

I’ve got into a flattering despotic slight during a impulse where we accumulate materials from any partial of my island, sell things off, use a Nook Miles sheet and repeat, all in a same sequence any day. The problem is that by a time I’m done, we realize we haven’t got any time to unequivocally do anything else, so I’d utterly like to try opposite things like tradition designs while we have some-more time over a weekend.

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