What will you play this weekend? (April 2)

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It’s the weekend – hooray! We hope you all made it through April Fools’ Day in one piece. It’s been another week of shelling, with potentially the bigger news to be something we all *kinda* expected but didn’t want to admit, and that’s news Breath of the Wild 2 postponed until 2023. We got it too Three new games for Nintendo Switch OnlineWhich was a pleasant surprise. Finally, we all predicted it, and it’s confirmed E3 2022 has been canceledwith no personal or digital event.

Now is the time to relax and Discuss our weekend game plans. a few mEmber from the Nintendo Life team has done just that below, so feel free to read our entries and then join yours via our comments section. Enjoy!

Thomas Whitehead – Deputy Editor

I’ve made steady (slow) progress through Kirby and the Forgotten Land, so you definitely get playing time. In a similar way triangle strategy, a game that I absolutely loved so far; I’m intrigued to see how the story goes.

Elsewhere, I’ll also dive into my yearly obsession MLB Presentation With early access to “22”. It’s the only annual sports game I play and it’s likely to keep me busy for months to come.

Olly Reynolds – Staff Writer

with the Hyper Light Breaker’s Latest AnnouncementI’m back to Hyper Light Drifter She plans to complete it this weekend. I know the sequel is likely It’s not likely to come to the Switch, but it got me excited regardless!

I’m still on vampire Training and I am currently playing through Resident Evil 6. I don’t care what anyone says, this game is good fun once you embrace the utter absurdity! I also love the way it features multiple legacy characters – it feels like a real celebration of the series, and since then Capcom has focused quite a bit on Chris Redfield to keep me satisfied.

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Kate Gray – Staff Writer

This weekend is reserved for two things: Zelda: Skywards Sword, and more than Kirby. One is incredibly depressing, and the other is a beautiful pink balm.

But I also hope someone in the comments is already reading this, because I have a question: What should I play next? I hit that plateau where I played (or don’t want to play) most of the big games that were on my list, and now I’m really confused. I like something like stardo or Outer PrairieDid you know? Either a fun but satisfying game, or a great and clever story game. I feel like I haven’t seen him in a while.

Gonçalo Lopes – References

Things I learned this past weekend: I never play Valkyria Chronicles With the Drift Pro Joystick. If you thought the basic game was as difficult as it gets, imagine trying to shoot sniper shots when your sights keep sliding to the left. Until the fifteenth chapter in Triangle Strategy and the Third World of Kirby and the Forgotten Land. The hidden gem of 2020 is back this week in the eShop: Red Wings: American Aces It’s a “more of the same” sequel but the first game was so good I can’t really complain. Plus they’ve added the most requested feature: online multiplayer mode!

Game of the week is fan current. This next week’s launch is mandatory for every Orc climber out there, and out of range for our time. Please look forward to it!

As usual, thanks for reading! Be sure to leave us a comment below with your weekend gaming plans!

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