Last Week’s Gaming is back for 2021! Today I reveal an open secret in why I skip some games I play in there roundups, but also talk a lot about the video game that pulled me in after finishing Cyberpunk 2077 – Immortals: Fenyx Rising. The planned games day last Saturday got postponed, but that doesn’t mean I have no board games to talk about!
Last week just flew by, but once again life found a way to get in some serious gaming! I keep looking at my Switch longingly, but there weren’t any straight video games played last week. I did get to play a couple of games I hadn’t played for ages, plus I finally got to play Tapestry! That is going to take me down a rabbit hole. But why put everything here? Come on and see what I did in Last Weeks Gaming!
I hope you had a great week! How is everything going with you? Are you looking at all the releases and rumours through the tech and gaming spheres at the moment?
Work has me back in my old ways. Yay? Sure, let’s go with ‘yay’. But I did get some gaming in last week, and I am finally back in a space where I can start doing other things. I am belting away at the streaming setup and trying to learn a few new tricks for the site update. But that’s the tech stuff – Monday is for Gaming! So come and see what I got up to in Last Week’s Gaming
By the time this goes live, the EOFY rush is done. I will either be curling up when this goes live or doing last-minute tweaks. The bright side though is that it’s done, and I can get back to catching up with people and putting times into gaming!
But that’s for next week. It’s not like I didn’t get any gaming in last week. What did I play? Well, that’s what Monday is all about!
Well, another week down. Where does the time go? Again, it feels like I just finished writing Last Week’s Gaming. No wonder I haven’t squeezed in as many games as I would like!
Today, most of Australia is enjoying a long weekend. Here in Queensland, we are back at work. I could have squeezed a few more games! As usual, I played more than I thought at least. What have you been playing?
As I wrote last week, I was really excited Blood Rage was getting a digital implemntation. After having a few games up my sleeve both physical and digital, I thought it was time for a full review. At it’s heart, Blood Rage has been faithfully translated from it’s physical form.
But be warned – if you are playing solo, there are some quirks for the developers to sort out still. If you are playing multiplayer, there are many more severe issues to be sorted.