How do you eat yours?

We'll be resisting temptation here at Push Square Towers, keeping an eye on our waistlines as the Mini Eggs flow freely elsewhere in the office. While we may be attempting to avoid indulging our sweet tooth, however, we will be bowing to our other main guilty pleasure – games. If you're not quite sure what to play this long weekend, check out our list of PlayStation 4 candidates. Otherwise, let us know what you'll be tackling in the comments section below.

Sammy Barker, Editor

Bloodborne's quite possibly the least Easter-y game available on the PlayStation 4, but I'm reasonably hooked right now. My mood does swing between outright frustration and utter ecstasy at times, but I'm forcing myself to quietly walk away every time that I kick the dust. As a result, I haven't destroyed a DualShock 4 – yet.

Alex Stinton, Reviewer

That's it! I'm declaring 2015 the year of the hunt. When I observed a few weeks ago that pretty much every game I was playing involved hunters or hunting, little did I know that the theme would still be in effect weeks later. Since there's no escaping it, this weekend's going to be spent stalking some pretty beastly prey in Bloodborne, while also hunting vaults in Borderlands: The Handsome Collection.

Dan Carter, Reviewer

Since I finished hunting all of the things last week, I've decided to continue my Bloodborne adventures by trekking deep into the randomly generated Chalice Dungeons. It's been a grand old time so far: I've found the rarest of upgrade stones and a wonderfully big, threatening scythe. Hopefully I'll find Kojima's long lost editorial on the next floor.

Graham Banas, Reviewer

Not really a whole lot lined up to play this weekend, but I'm going to try and get through a couple of games of R.B.I. Baseball '15, and then venture over to Steam, and finally dive into Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy, a game that I've wanted to play for years and just haven't.

Joey Thurmond, Reviewer

After revelling in my victory over Vicar Amelia without the help of another Hunter recently, I might try to make my way through some of Old Yharnam next over the Easter weekend. I'll also be revisiting Bastion on the PS4 for an upcoming review, which is still one of my favourite indie games. Can't wait to see how it holds up after three years!

That's the end of our chit-chat, but the stage is now yours to tell us what you'll be playing this weekend. Smash your sticky fingers against your keyboard and spell out what'll be keeping you busy over Easter in the comments section below.