The Game Awards 2018 have concluded, which means that you're probably pondering whether you should work your way through some of the winners, right? Whatever your gaming plans this weekend, we'd love to hear about them in the comments section. You know the drill by now, right?
Sammy Barker, Editor
I'm going to give PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds a go at long last. I've been curious about this title ever since it blew up, and while I've got my Battle Royale fix elsewhere during the release's extended absence from PlayStation platforms, I'm eager to see how this title holds up.
Robert Ramsey, Reviewer
I'm reviewing Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales and I've realised that I don't understand Gwent. Well, I used to understand it when it was in The Witcher 3, but it's totally different card game here and I'm lost. I have a feeling that this review's going to take a while.
Stephen Tailby, Senior Staff Writer
I’ve got my eye on a couple of this month’s PS Plus games this weekend. I’m rather enjoying the arcade thrills and spills of Onrush, and I’m looking forward to finally playing Papers, Please on my freshly charged Vita.
Annette Magaña, Reviewer
After missing out on quite a few of this year’s releases, I am playing catch up by playing some Divinity: Original Sin II and continuing my run of Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Might jump on the Smash Bros hype train, but considering the former two are turning out to be a surprising delight, there’s a 95 per cent of probability my Sandwich [I'm assuming Annette meant Switch here, but I'll leave it unedited in case - Ed] won’t be getting any love.
Christian Kobza, Reviewer
This weekend I'll be continuing my conquest through Ancient Greece in Assassin's Creed Odyssey which I'm having a surprisingly large amount of fun with while I take the occasional break to play some Super Smash Bros Ultimate when I'm feeling competitive.
Jamie O'Neill, Reviewer
I'm a broken record playing PSone games each weekend, however I've mentioned to Sammy before how I enjoy flicking through my PlayStation Classic as a jukebox of titles, and a bonus is listening to retro soundtracks that I love again. I also want to read Nat Eker's Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee review, because I fancy playing Oddworld Inhabitants' 1997 game too.
Jenny Jones, Reviewer
I've recently decided that I need to play through some of the classic video game series that I've just never got round to. I've been working my way steadily through the inFAMOUS series which was a lot more fun then I was expecting it to be. I'm almost done with it though and I feel like I'm in the mood for an RPG, so next up I'm trying to decide if I should play Wild Arms or give the Persona series a try.
Nicole Hall, Reviewer
Not had much on the agenda in the way of games this week. However, I finally sought out the motivation to try and add the Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory Platinum to my collection. It’s a right royal grind but every second of this underrated masterpiece of a JRPG makes it worthwhile.
Rebecca Stow, Reviewer
I’m still playing Subnautica which has captivated me completely. I’m genuinely impressed by the level of terror this game has installed in me for such a small indie game. The fear almost matches that of a Resident Evil game! Also Smash Bros came out on Friday so I’ve been playing that lots, too.
Quite a busy WAYP this week, then, but let's see it get even busier in the comments section below. What are you playing this weekend? Let us know.