Never forget

You’re witnessing Push Square history here. For the first time ever, every single staff writer but one will be playing the same game – way to send this editor’s obsessive compulsive disorder into disarray, Jamie. And what is that game, we hear you ask? Here’s a clue: it’s got really bored talking cubes in it.

Sammy Barker, Editor

There are Dregs that need destroying, and I have a particularly potent plasma rifle that should sort them out. I’ll be spending most of my weekend defending Peter Dinklage’s robotic alias from endless waves of samey enemies. Destiny is so polished that you can almost see your reflection in it – but, er, you know what they say about turds, huh? At least the guns are bloody good!

Robert Ramsey, Associate Editor

Destiny has still got me chasing the legendary light, as I continue to scour the solar system for some lovely purple loot. It's getting to the point where I end up seeing the dusty expanses of Mars when I close my eyes, though, so this weekend I may take a colourful break with my ninja pals in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution.

Kell Andersen, News Reporter

As the perceptive reader will notice, my true gaming passion lies in the smaller experiences. With that in mind, I'll be spending this weekend indulging in a truly obscure title. You play as an intergalactic warrior who fights wizards on the moon. It's called Destiny, but don't be embarrassed if you've never heard of it.

Nicola Hayden, News Reporter

Due to real life, I haven't been able to play on my new toy the PS4 much, so I'm going to be finally getting a good session in on Destiny. I'm hoping to also see if I can last longer than two days in Don't Starve if the night doesn't get me again.

Alex Stinton, Reviewer

This weekend it's all Destiny, all the time. Having hit the soft level cap of 20, I'm now on a mission to find the best gear that'll increase my light level.

Graham Banas, Reviewer

After a marvellous week’s vacation, it's time to get back on the horse and give my neglected PS4 some attention. As such, I’ll be diving into NHL 15 and seeing if Destiny disappoints or excites.

Jamie O’Neill, Reviewer

I couldn't resist buying Metro Redux after it received Push Square's August Game of the Month award. I'll start with Metro 2033 Redux, since I catch the Birkenhead to Liverpool underground train all the time, so I think that roaming through Moscow's railway tunnels and resurfacing in a nuclear winter snow-covered city is a fascinating setting for a game. [This isn’t Destiny, Jamie! – Ed]

Simon Fitzgerald, Reviewer

Do you even have to ask? It's Destiny, of course. I’ve been really enjoying playing Bungie’s latest this week, and have already completed the campaign. So, for this weekend, I’ll be exploring the Crucible in the hope of dominating fellow Guardians and gaining some legendary loot in the process.

Will you be spending the weekend in Destiny’s futuristic interpretation of space, or, like our Jamie, are you planning to play something else? Let us know in the comments section below.