What we're playing this weekend: The New Darkest Order edition

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What are you playing this weekend?

Sean Colleli, Staff Writer, @scolleli
I'm deep into my review of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. I'm already 12 hours in and the time just seems to melt away when I'm in that game. It's also pretty scary that it's been a whole decade since the game first launched. I know Twilight Princess catches a lot of flack for whatever reason, but it remains my favorite Zelda game and, so far, the HD port feels like the definitive version.

Chapel Collins, Staff Writer, @ChapelCollins
Still trying to fill the hole left by my completion of Metal Gear Solid V, I have decided to go back into Wolfenstein: The New Order and finish up those collectible achievements. Wolfenstein was one of the biggest surprises I have had in a long while; it's rare that a game so perfectly balances a legitimately good story on a linear FPS gameplay platform, not to mention the surprisingly fresh absence of multiplayer.

Jeremy Duff, Senior Staff Writer, @Duff3c
My "official" plate of gaming is clean at the moment, which means that what I play will be for fun. I am trying to decide which I should dive into this weekend between Metal Gear Solid V and Grand Theft Auto V. Both are games that everyone has told me that I needed to play—but I have let them sit on my shelf to gather dust. One of them will get to shake off that dust this weekend, and that decision might just come down to a flip of the coin.

Randy Kalista, Staff Writer, @randykalista
Darkest Dungeon, finally. I need to flog myself before winter ends—it's just kind of something I do, gaming-wise, this time of year. So, I hope the Gaming Nexus staff won't mind a little self-flagellation (that always sounds more lewd than crazy). I'll name my dungeoneers after them, pound my frustrated head against the wall, and hit up brothels for some R&R. Reminds me of my Navy days. When the wife hogs the PC, I'll slip back into Fallout 4, pick a side in the faction war, build up a settlement or two, and find my kid, I guess. This takes awhile without fast travel, another self-imposed restriction of mine, but it'll still be cool to go full-on survival mode when Bethesda drops that update.

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