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Pure PlayStation Performs: Week 241 – And a Joyful New Yr!




Christmas has been and gone and we’re all beginning to shake away the New Yr’s Eve hangover. It’s been a bizarre 12 months and I believe we’re all glad to see the again of it. It’s a brand new yr which implies new alternatives, new video games to play, and new information to report back to you lot. We’re gonna be busy.

However, for the following couple of days at the least, we’re nonetheless taking issues gradual. All of us acquired a bunch of video games for Christmas so we’re taking our time to take pleasure in them and the time with our households. So, technically, we’re nonetheless on our holidays till January 4th, 2021. After that, it’s again to regular and we’ll do our greatest to maintain you knowledgeable on the newest goings-on on the earth of video video games. Between then and now, don’t anticipate a lot from us, however do keep watch over pretty little YouTube channel for different movies and opinions.

Right here’s how we’re spending the primary weekend of 2021:

Chris Harding

I’m going to cram in just a few extra play periods with some new – and previous – video games after which I’ll be again on the grind. I’ve acquired just a few movies on the backburner that I wish to get out for our pretty readers and viewers to take pleasure in, so though it’s technically work, I believe I’ll discover some consolation in having a traditional routine once more. Chocolate and whiskey for breakfast has turn into far too regular, so it’s time to get again to espresso and toast.

I’ve acquired the Mafia trilogy on the Sequence X which I’ve been having fun with quite a bit, and I’m having one other playthrough of the awesomely silly Saints Row three Remastered on PS5. Little Charlie acquired a PS Vita for Christmas, so if I can tempt him away from that, I’d give Uncharted: Golden Abyss one other go. I actually did take pleasure in that one again within the day!

Max Everett

I’m a pace run away from Platinum delight on Untitled Goose Sport so I’ll be giving {that a} gander this weekend. Following my wild goose chase I can be eeny meeny miny moeing between World of Goo on Change or Greedfall on PS4.

Jason Frye

Between watching previous samurai motion pictures and taking part in Ghost of Tsushima, I’ve been exceeding my day by day dose of samurai associated content material. I haven’t purchased a katana but, however I did look. Once I wish to stay in a world of ethical grays and be much less heroic, Wasteland three and its psychotic clowns are able to ship. With these and different video games nonetheless ready to be completed, the top of the yr backlog is nice.

Stuart McLean

It’s been a quiet few days of gaming over the festive interval, however when I’ve discovered time in addition up my console I’ve been giving the Sequence X a strive. By way of Gamepass I’ve been taking part in Carrion and Ori and The Blind Forest and totally having fun with each. If my weekend opens up and permits me extra time for gaming, I’d lastly begin Assassins Creed Valhalla.

Yasmine Hubbard

I’ve been taking part in a number of Apex Legends over the festive interval, so I could proceed taking part in that in the course of the weekend. I’ve additionally acquired my eye on just a few video games on the PlayStation Retailer January Gross sales. Perhaps I ought to begin the brand new yr in the best (or improper) approach and go on a procuring spree.

Jeremy and Hannah are lacking in motion for this spherical of Pure PlayStation Performs. We’ve acquired phrase on Twitter that the pair might be present in a German discipline (feld) burning 2020 calendars. I hope they’re not the 12 Attractive Months by Chris ones…

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