What we are playing is a weekly column published every Sunday. Various members of the team let the world know which games have had them hooked over the past week and which they’re looking forward to.
Nate Hubler- This week was all NCAA Football 2011. The game is a ton of fun to play and watching players grow over a four season time span is great. I also got in some time with Kinect Sports and Minecraft with a few friends.
Ryan Reynolds- I was pretty busy checking out all the news from E3 so I didn’t actually play games as much as I read about them. When I was playing, I stuck to Max Payne 3. I’m replaying it’s story mode. I also picked up Dark Souls and tried to get into it, but quit after about ten minutes and don’t intend to go back. Just not my kind of game.
Ryan Fennel- This week had me fairly equally splitting most of my time between my Xbox 360 and Vita. On the Xbox side of things, I played some Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. The multiplayer is a blast, but the single player and Kinect integration are lacking. As for Vita, I finished up my world tour on Virtua Tennis 4 and just started Mutant Blobs Attack. In all honesty, I think Virtua Tennis 4 is the best game on the Vita. I haven’t played a Virtua Tennis since the original, but this latest entry is fantastic!
Andy Tran- Among all the E3 excitement I just can’t put down Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. The game is an excellent Xbox title and the Kinect integration just makes the gunsmith room all the better.
Sean Prideaux- I’ve been busy this week so I didn’t get much time to play but I did get some Mad Riders in and a little of the Guild Wars 2 beta. I have to start playing Babel Rising soon and try out the demo for Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor as well. I’m looking forward to both as I haven’t used my Kinect in a while.
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