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Weekends are for going to see another play with a friend because you’re being very cultured lately. Good job, you. Also, video games.
May’s Xbox Live Games with Gold lineup features a couple Star Wars games and some Lara Croft.
Cities: Skylines is now available on Xbox One. The Xbox One edition includes the “After Dark” expansion, which is very pretty.
It’s lighthearted, colourful, and tough but fair.
Cities: Skylines’ Mass Transit DLC releases on 18th May. So much fun stuff!
Elite: Dangerous’ latest update brings multi-crew, commander creation, and a whole lot more. Also, “new mysterious things added.” The best type of things are the mysterious type.
Rain World got a patch that provides some gameplay improvements, including keeping map progress upon death, no longer getting stuck in those fake exits, and some tweaks to karma loss. Will it make the game less maddening? I hope so!
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s second DLC map pack, Continuum, launches April 18th for PS4, with other platforms to follow.
Gwent is definitely on the cards.
Card Thief confused me at first, but after running through the tutorial and playing a few rounds I quickly got the hang of it.
April’s PlayStation Plus lineup features a launch game, Drawn to Death, as well some older games you might have missed.
Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy gets its first episode, “Tangled Up In Blue,” 18th April. It’s coming to consoles, computers, and mobile.
It feels right at home on mobile.
Weekends are for sitting on the couch and shouting at the TV while eating nothing but pizza for two days. Also, video games.