Well done, everyone

Wow, what an incredible week – thank you for sharing it with us on Push Square! We've had a lot of fun covering E3 2015, but it's definitely time for us to shift down a gear and get a bit of rest this weekend. And what better way to do that than with a spot of weekend gaming? Here's what we'll be playing over the next few days.

Sammy Barker, Editor

I've been itchin' for a Witchin' all week long, but because I'm still relatively busy, I'm probably going to end up playing Life Is Strange: Episode 3 - Chaos Theory – a bit more relaxing, innit.

Kell Andersen, Senior Writer

After the madness of E3, I really don't want to see another video game for a few days, let alone play one. However, if I do indulge, it'll probably be something small and independent in order to wash the taste of AAA bombast out of my mouth.

Ryan Oehrli, Senior Writer

Now that the E3 dust has settled, I think I'll jump back into Trophy hunting. It's not something I usually do, but I'd like to have a few more Platinums on my shelf. That means I'll probably be revisiting Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Wolfenstein: The New Order.

Chris Harding, News Reporter

Farming Simulator 15 has entered my house, despite a blanket-ban on all management sims by the missus, so I'll be in the shed with my PlayStation Vita, getting down and dirty (farming is a messy business) with the lads online.

Alex Stinton, Reviewer

Na na, na na, na na, na na, na na, na na, na na, na na, Batman! Since I've been lucky enough to get my grubby paws on a copy of Batman: Arkham Knight, I'll be donning the cowl this weekend for a super-villain fuelled adventure in Gotham City. Since I was one of the few people that actually liked Batman: Arkham Origins, can someone come and check on me in case I die from exposure to too much fun, as Arkham Knight's looking like the best Batman game yet.

Graham Banas, Reviewer

After spending near a week full on ploughing through The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and barely seeing the light of day, I think it's time to peel back a bit. Good news: I beat The Witcher. Bad news: I beat The Witcher. Now I have to figure out what to do with my life again. I'm thinking going outside as well as a bit of LEGO Jurassic World. Makes sense to me."

Jamie O'Neill, Reviewer

Considering on Tuesday I rushed to pledge $60 for a physical PC copy of Shenmue III when my laptop can't even run basic games, my plan is to extend the feel-good factor following Sony's three big E3 surprises. This includes replaying the first few hours of Final Fantasy VII, re-reading Electronic Gaming Monthly's original January 2001 review of Shenmue (Issue 138), and re-watching the ever tantalising The Last Guardian E3 2009 trailer.

Joey Thurmond, Reviewer

I believe Paris is calling for my love this weekend in Assassin's Creed Unity, which I managed to pick up for a reasonable price recently. You know, it's a truly beautiful, detailed game with massive scope, and while I like some of the big changes made here like being able to climb down buildings ever so fluidly, I lament at some aspects of the control scheme, removed features, complex menus, etc. It's a mixed bag for me so far, but by playing the co-op missions with a friend, I'm sure I'll have some fun with it.

Phil Kennedy, Reviewer

Since The Taken King was announced this week, I'll be diving back into Destiny in a bid to ensure that all three of my guardians hit the level cap before release. I'll also be exploring Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online, which is sure to eat up lots and lots of time this weekend.

Sam Brooke, Reviewer

This weekend I'm going to be boring and play some more The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, since a glitch caused me to redo most of the game. I'll also play a bit of Just Cause 2 to quench my thirst for the sequel, which I expect to be my Game of All Time.

What's going to be your post-E3 tonic, then? Did the big show convince you to play a particular game? Are you taking a rest from PlayStation entirely? Spell out your recovery in the comments section below.