The dust of E3 has finally settled, leaving many of us looking at our game libraries with a heavy sigh. Yeah, we have lots of great games on our piles or in our Steam lists, but those titles are, like, two months old. Maybe even three! Who wants to play aging tripe like that when you have bigger, better, higher-resolution titles on the horizon!
The games industry does not seem eager to satiate our hunger for the illusion of new and fresh experiences, and thus we're drip fed a selection of what I can only think of as filler titles. Violently embrace other men in the sweatiest hug imaginable in EA Sports UFC or kick some tires and take to the tracks in Moto GP 14.
Yet in my constant efforts to usurp the typical expectations of you lot, I'm going to have to give the week to Pushmo World. I'm a rebel like that, preferring a cute and cuddly variant of Catherine's twisted puzzle-solving, block-shifting gameplay available for a system that the games press would have you believe no one owns.
For the rest of you, I imagine it's a good week to continue progress on your pile, or perhaps to sleeplessly eye your monitor whilst refreshing Steam to check if the sale has started yet, or maybe read a book, spend time with the family, climb a mountain, fight a dragon, sunder the universe, etc. A typical Tuesday, if you will.