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The next Xbox's always-online drama hit fever pitch this week, while pre-retail reviews had Ouya devs feeling all QQ, and the new Torment's Kickstarter only asked for $900K but got $4.2M instead--WHAT DO?

What are you playing this weekend?

Russell Archey | staff writer | Twitter @neoscyther
I decided to give Skyrim a rest for a bit to look through my Steam catalog and see what I haven't played in a while...or at all.  I recently started up Metro 2033 and so far it's not too bad.  I also got back into a quirky little puzzle game called The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom.  I'll probably focus on those two for a bit, with maybe some Skyrim on the side just for some miscellaneous leveling.

Sean Cahill | staff writer | Twitter @seancahill2
I'm locked into Defiance as my current review piece. Quite an interesting take on a third-person shooter with the MMO elements.  Definitely a risk by Trion, but I'm enjoying myself and keep going back to it whenever I get a chance. It's just a lot of fun.

Nathan Carter | staff writer | Twitter @natedoggcata
This will be a "bide my time until Injustice: Gods Among Us comes out next week" weekend in terms of games. I'll probably be playing Dead or Alive 5 and Left 4 Dead 2 as they are perfect time wasters. I should have waited until this weekend to beat BioShock Infinite, but the story was so great that I just had to keep playing. Finally, I'll be trying to get further in Virtue's Last Reward for the PS Vita. Incredibly addicting, incredibly fun.

Nathaniel Cohen | staff writer | Twitter @seven_hells
I'm finally starting to get good at FIFA 13, so that, and probably some BioShock Infinite 1999 Mode, and also probably some Mass Effect 3. I've got a million Shepards to run through the Citadel DLC.

And when I'm not doing that, I'll be performing occult rituals designed to destroy the idea of a video game console you can't play if the power goes out at your local cable substation, they decide to interrupt cable service so your box can download a firmware update for two hours, or their crappy tech simply flakes out. I already can't watch TV when that happens, now Microsoft wants to take away my Xbox when I need it the most. It's pure evil, if you ask me, and the only way to combat pure evil is with pure evil.

Sean Colleli | staff writer
I couldn't resist Steam's midweek madness and picked up all five episodes of The Walking Dead for $10. So I guess we'll see if it gives me a permanent case of white knuckles or just reduces me to conflicted, indecisive tears. Stay tuned for updates?

Randy Kalista | staff writer | Twitter @randykalista
My mad, morbid tour of Sigil the "City of Doors" continues in Planescape: Torment. The introductory chapter in the Mortuary exposes bodily viscera and fixates on biological breakdowns, while my tentative first steps into the Hive outdoors exposes people's mental dementia and psychological breakdowns. I hope my disembodied flying skull buddy, Morte, can keep the punchlines going, because this is going to be a dark, dark 30 to 40 hours.

John Yan | senior hardware editor | Twitter @thejohnyan
After finishing BioShock Infinite, I'm at a loss as to what to play. I can't pull myself into putting more time into SimCity. Looking at my Steam catalog, I guess I'll try and play through XCOM: Enemy Unknown. I've been meaning to do that and maybe some more StarCraft II Left 2 Die. I played with Travis over the weekend and it's a nice little RTS take on zombies.