Cross Roads Weekend Gaming: What are We Playing?

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, image courtesy and copyright of Bungie Inc, Activision

Be it racing, dungeon raiding, war strategy, or adventuring, the Cross Roads team is going to be pretty busy over the weekend! Sadly, it looks like the expansion for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla won’t get any play time from the team. Maybe next week?

LeRon Dawkins: Host of Cross Roads

Triangle Strategy © 2022 available on Nintendo Switch
image courtesy and copyright of Artdink, Nintendo, Square Enix

I have a serious date this weekend with Triangle Strategy. If anyone knows me, they know I love tactical RPGs, and if there’s any way that I can find to fill the void left behind by Final Fantasy Tactics War of The Lions I will take it.

I’m also going to make an effort to take Sifu a little more seriously this weekend.

And, I’d be telling you a lie if I said I was not going to be playing Monster hunter Rise over the weekend so let’s not kid ourselves here… Besides, we do have that upcoming developer stream happening on March 15th.

Stoy Jovic: Co-Host of Cross Roads

Gran Turismo 7 © 2022 available on PS5 and PS4
image courtesy and copyright of Polyphony Digital, Sony Interactive Entertainment

I’ve actually been sick these last two days, so all I’ve felt like doing is watching Peacemaker and other DC animated films…

I’ll hope to kick this and play Gran Turismo 7 again this weekend.

Austin Campbell: Co-Host of Cross Roads

Horizon Forbidden West © 2022 available on PS5 and PS4
image courtesy and copyright of Sony Interactive Entertainment

I’ll be continuing Horizon Forbidden West and would like to get a huge chunk of it done this weekend and get to about the 50% mark (currently at 30%).

There’ll probably be some more Gran Turismo 7 as a pallet cleanser since I’m also playing Triangle Strategy (before bed every night) and want to at least get to chapter 7 where I hear is when the big twists start.

Overall, trying to get as much done before we are bombarded with Kirby, Ghostwire Tokyo, and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

Chris True: Co-Host of Cross Roads

Destiny 2 © 2017 available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia
image courtesy and copyright of Bungie Inc, Activision

This weekend I’m going to continue my journey through Destiny 2 while trying to find time to play Elden Ring. There’s a lot on my plate this weekend, so that may be wishful thinking.

Corey Dirrig: Host of Boss Rush Podcast (Special Guest)

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 © 2017 available on Nintendo Switch
image courtesy and copyright of Monolith Soft, Nintendo

I will be playing Destiny 2 grinding for a Vow of the Disciple raid attempt next weekend. The grind isn’t as hard as it seemed previously, as there are plenty of ways to get there. I will be trying some harder Nightfalls, proceed into the Seasonal Event, and grinding away for that Gambit auto rifle I’ve been hearing so much about.

I will also be playing some Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch. The world and the characters are charming as ever and the battle system, though dated at this point, is fun to learn. I have to be ready for when Xenoblade Chronicles 3 hits Nintendo Switch this September!

What are you playing this weekend? Are you planning to try out something new or continue chipping away at your backlog this weekend?
Let us know in our Discord or Facebook group!

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