E3's over, everyone

E3 2016 is over, which means that it's time to stop thinking about games on the horizon, and start playing the ones in your backlog. With the summer drought slowly starting to take hold, there's plenty of variety among our team's responses this week – and we expect a similar story in the comments section below.

Ben Tarrant, Podcast Host

Fallout 4: Far Harbor got its abysmal frame rate issues on PS4 sort of rectified. The Fog has been stripped back to offer some relief, meaning I can finally explore this giant land mass. The new enemies are a fun challenge and even though it's stripped back, the Fog is incredibly powerful and providing an eerie atmosphere I haven't experienced in Fallout 4 yet. I'm starting to realise this is one of the best Fallout quest lines to date!

Alex Stinton, Reviewer

As well as basking in the E3 afterglow, safe in the knowledge there are plenty of great titles on the horizon, I've also decided to dig into my gaming backlog. The Witcher 3 and Metal Gear Solid V are in my sights, but I'm still deciding which one should be my companion for this year's summer gaming drought. Can the Push Square hive mind help me decide?

Graham Banas, Reviewer

After winding down from E3, I've spent an awful long time thinking about games. So I don't know if I'll be playing all that many. More likely than not I'll be making some time for Rainbow Six: Siege which I play pretty often, I don't know that I'm going to be playing anything else. Especially with Finding Dory releasing this weekend to theaters.

Joey Thurmond, Reviewer

I'm off in Virginia for a friend's wedding this weekend, but some of his friends and I are going to party before the big day by playing some Overwatch, Call of Duty, Nidhogg, and other multiplayer titles. That's how you do a bachelor party!

Ken Talbot, Reviewer

I'm re-watching all of DBZ so that I can start Super when the dub rolls around, so I finally picked up Dragon Ball XenoVerse. It has surprisingly fun combat and an authentic Toriyama feel to it.

Marcello Apostolico, Reviewer

With E3 wrapped up, it's time to take to the rooftops and freely parkour my way through the City of Glass in Mirror's Edge Catalyst. Also, I'm finally going to sit down and try this Resident Evil 7 teaser demo. Still not sure how to feel about the series going in first-person, but I'll see for myself this weekend.

Sam Brooke, Reviewer

Now that my exams are over, I've got plenty of time to catch up on games. Firstly, finally finishing The Witcher 3 – I've had so little time to play it that I'm starting it all over and playing through the full game as well as the DLCs.

Simon Fitzgerald, Reviewer

This weekend will not be completed without a few games of Overwatch. I'll be sniping heads off as Widowmaker, blowing stuff up as Junkrat, and, of course, getting some cheap and dirty kills using Torbjorn's turret. If that doesn't pay off then it'll be back to The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth and the gruelling task of filling the greed machine with a thousand coins.

Stephen Tailby, Reviewer

Again, I don't have high hopes for gaming this weekend. If I do, it'll probably be good old Overwatch, or a few rounds of the criminally underappreciated Dangerous Golf. Far more important on my agenda, however: Father's Day barbeque on Sunday. Who doesn't love a barbeque?

Victor Nowogurski, Reviewer

This weekend I will be going to the past and playing Far Cry Primal. I am not a big Far Cry fan but this game has hooked me big time. I love how there is so much to do in the game. It's easily one of my top five games for 2016.

Talk is cheap, so lay your gaming plans out in the comments section below. What are you playing in the E3 2016 aftermath? Let us know.