What We Played #417 – Link’s Awakening, Borderlands three & Sayonara Wild Hearts – TheSixthAxis

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It is the finish of yet another fairly busy week right here on TSA, and September appears content material to throw up additional than a couple of surprises, outdoors of the massive blockbusters and common sports titles.

I’ve been playing the just delightful The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening remake for Nintendo Switch, and carrying out so in aspect on the similarly delightful Switch Lite with its new, purely handheld concentrate. But alongside a 90s classic, I’ve also been playing a modern day classic on the handheld, in the kind of Divinity: Original Sin 2’s Switch port.

I’ve also sampled the very first half of Sayonara Wild Hearts, spurred on by Dom’s effusive overview of the synaesthesia-inducing rhythm action pop album video game. He also reviewed the Mega Drive Mini, getting some of the classic games are nevertheless awesome, other individuals much less so in the outstanding mini console, and sunk additional time into Monster Hunter Planet: Iceborne.

Aran’s picked up the ball with our sports game testimonials, dishing out a verdict on eFootball PES 2020 and some initial impressions on FIFA 20. Presently it is EA’s game is the slam dunk winner, in his opinion, but hopefully PES can get patched up.

Reviewing Borderlands three for us (and with a couple of stinging opinions) was Jason, who’s also played two other games that he cannot speak about. It’s also been Borderlands three for Gamoc, who says, “The story is poor and it is not as funny, but every thing else is terrific, so I’m getting it challenging to get away from.” He did go and attempt Anthem even though, and sort of likes it.

It was a comparable feeling for Steve when he played Daymare: 1998, and intriguing halfway home amongst the two Resident Evil two games. He then went back to Berserk and the Band of the Hawk for a bit of anxiety relief, checked out a couple of low-priced Ratalaika games on PS4, and has been plugging away at Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey.

Miguel tends to make 3 for Borderlands three, but he’s supplemented that with Dragon Quest XI S on the Switch, has been honing his abilities in Tetris 99, reviewed Utawarerumono Zan and wrapped up Gun Gun Pixies. All of that has meant that Astral Chain and Manage have been place on hold.

Ade completed off River City Girls and began on The Executioner, prior to finding distracted by the most recent Overcooked two DLC and the trial for A Plague Tale. Meanwhile, Jim had “a VR/retro sort of week.” That meant Beat Saber and its Think about Dragons playlist, and a step back in time to discover the Silent Hill franchise for the very first time. He’s actually just set foot in the very first game!

And lastly, Tuffcub… but do we truly want to inform you?

Now then, what have you been playing this week? Let us know so we can incorporate you in Anything for the Weekend tomorrow!

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