Someone get the strawberries and cream, please

It's been a much tamer week here at Push Square Towers after the intensity of E3 2015. For starters, Robert Ramsey's taken some well deserved days off, which means that we haven't had to hear about the latest Samurai Warriors every six or so minutes. Moreover, there's been a real dearth of big news following last week's tidal wave. Let's hope that it continues this way for the next couple of weeks so that we can all sit and watch Wimbledon in peace!

Sammy Barker, Editor

Now that July is almost upon us, I'll be putting my summer gaming plan into action. Essentially, I aim to restrict myself to titles that exist solely in my backlog, unless I'm needed for review duties or simply have to play something for editorial purposes. My aim is to clear at least four or five titles out of my 'To Play' tray, with Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc being my first target.

Graham Banas, Reviewer

I very rarely find myself turning on my Xbox One so I think that this weekend I'm going to at least attempt to give it some attention. Otherwise, why on Earth did I buy it? In addition, I'm thinking I wanna spend a few hours and do some of the Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes stuff to prep for The Phantom Pain – and then daydream about the other games I really want like Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, Adr1ft, and SOMA.

Jamie O'Neill, Reviewer

Batman: Arkham Knight is my most anticipated game of 2015, and six hours into its story mode, I've a feeling that it'll surpass my expectations. I'm already appreciating the diversity resulting from Battle Mode, Pursuit Mode, and the environmental puzzles in the Batmobile. The ominous mood of the fear toxin threat intensifies the potential of plot surprises, because Rocksteady excel at exploring Batman's phobias, especially as Scarecrow is well established as a manipulative super villain from Batman: Arkham Asylum.

Joey Thurmond, Reviewer

After renting The Elder Scrolls Online to give it a go, which I have mixed feelings about (in regards to making it my first MMO or not), it's more Assassin's Creed Unity for me this weekend, but I'd rather be donning the cowl in Batman: Arkham Knight like some of my fellow scribes. I'll get around to it within the next couple of months, though, since I'm a big fan of the series. In the meantime, it's nice to see all the great reception it's gotten on the PS4.

Marcello Apostolico, Reviewer

The Devil May Cry this weekend, as I wrap up my review for Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. Upon finishing that, I will finally dive into Batman: Arkham Knight and experience the finale to quite the saga.

Sam Brooke, Reviewer

This weekend I'll be playing some PlanetSide 2, trying to take over the continent of Hossin as much as possible. I've shot my allies up quite a few times and been ran over by my own tanks a couple of times as well, so don't expect me to conquer the planet just yet.

Simon Fitzgerald, Reviewer

This weekend I'll be keeping to the shadows and using fear to send shivers down my enemies' spines in the fantastic Batman: Arkham Knight. I'm only 10 per cent away from full completion, with just a few more Riddler puzzles, so I'll also be diving into Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 3 – hopefully it's a good one.

Will you be donning the cowl in Batman this weekend, or busting up your backlog instead? Give us your best gravel voice in the comments section below.