The weeks seem to come and go quicker and quicker, but at least there's your regular dose of WAYP to look forward to on the weekend. Regular readers should already know the drill: this is your forum to talk about all of the games that you'll be playing over the coming days. We've got to be honest, writing these introductions gets harder every time, so let's get stuck in, shall we?

Sammy Barker, Editor

I've got one of those awesome weekends in front of me where I don't have to play anything in particular, so I can choose. Candidates include The Crew, Far Cry 4, and various sealed titles in my PlayStation 3 backlog. This means that I'll probably spend all of my spare time reading NeoGAF while I try to decide what to pick. Sigh.

Robert Ramsey, Associate Editor

I'm going to a party with all my best friends this weekend – namely the psychotic gang from Saints Row IV: Re-Elected [Tragic – Ed]. That's right, actual social gatherings are once again taking a backseat as I murder my way through the re-release trying to finish off optional bits and pieces. It's also worth mentioning that I got an email from Assassin's Creed Unity asking, "Where have you been?" I didn't have the heart to reply, seeing as I certainly won't be spending time in Paris this weekend.

Nicola Hayden, News Reporter

Thanks to this week's sale and discount, I may have bought more games than expected. It means that I can finally tuck in to Tales from the Borderlands: Zer0 Sum ready for Episode 2. Keeping in theme, my hubby and I will also fulfil my Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel co-op dream team of Claptrap and Handsome Jack. Let the chaos commence.

Alex Stinton, Reviewer

This weekend, I'll be battling invisible enemies, clunky controls, and a poor frame rate, as I continue to soldier through The Evil Within. There are elements of the game that I'm really enjoying – most notably the creepy atmosphere – but every time that you're forced to engage in combat, it becomes a thrill-free zone. It's time we made handicapping the player via the controls a cardinal sin of game design – especially for survival horror games, as it's a counterproductive way of ratcheting up the tension.

Graham Banas, Reviewer

The new releases that I'm really excited for in 2015 properly begin this week with Grim Fandango. I've been anxiously waiting on this for what feels like ages now, and I can't wait to dive in. I'm also probably going to run through the premiere episode of Life Is Strange; I'm really curious what it's going to be like. And if there's time, I might take a stab at Dying Light [None of these games are out yet, Graham? Where are you getting them? – Ed].

Jamie O'Neill, Reviewer

I'm not a ravenous Trophy hunter – I'm more skilled at finding issues of Computer and Video Games magazine from the late 1980s – but after repeated scuffles with charismatic Uruks, I'm only one Trophy away from achieving a Platinum in a certain Tolkien-themed game. Doubtlessly, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor was my favourite PlayStation title of 2014; Push Square's staff chose well in last year's Game of the Year vote.

Joey Thurmond, Reviewer

More attempts to plunge into Transistor and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag will be made this weekend (are you sensing a pattern yet?), but I'm slowly shifting my focus towards making good progress in The Evil Within, which is slowly impressing me more than I thought that it would. In addition, I purchased several games from the PlayStation Anniversary sale last week, and Okami will be the first one that I dive into soon. I coincidentally bought a cheap PlayStation Move and Eye to play this game with motion controls before I knew that it would be on sale, so here's hoping that it'll be worth it.

Marcello Apostolico, Reviewer

Outside of starting to plan a wedding [Congrats – Ed], there are several games that I'll be clocking in some time with. Between tearing up the tracks in DriveClub (I recently purchased it and I'm really engrossed in it), trying out The Unfinished Swan and Shadow Warrior (both of which I just bought courtesy of this weekend's PSN Flash Sale), and entering the HD world of survival horror with Resident Evil, I've got plenty of gaming to keep me occupied. Even better, there's only a few more weeks until I can say that I'm playing The Order: 1886 on its launch weekend.

Our gobs are dry from all of the gassing, so now we're pleading for you to take centre stage. What are you playing this weekend? Shout your mouth off in the comments section below.