Here at GamingUnity, we've been somewhat addicted to DayZ lately to the point where when we can get on as a group everything else is put on hold whilst we play. Girlfriends feel neglected, simple tasks like changing wireless security are delayed for hours whilst we 'just hit this town' and online gaming faux pas, like eating whilst on group chat, are constantly commited without anyone caring. For us this weekend will be different. We will spend time away from desktop PCs and ... well, probably play some console games instead. Largely because we can't all get on at the same time.
This week has seen some gems and some lumps of coal released, in the form of Quantum Conundrum and Inversion (in europe) respectively. Inversion, the game that laughs at the laws of physics, sounded primising with it's gravity wells and other such phenomena that wouldn't be out of place in Arkady and Boris Strugatsky's Roadsite Picnic but has not been well received by critics only managing to achieve a mid-50s metacritic score. Quantum Conundrum, the latest mind bending set of puzzles from Portal's co-creator Kim Swift which tasks you with slowing down time, making things fluffy or completely inverting gravity to rescue your uncle. The Sims 3 also has a 'Diesel Stuff' expansion pack for it. Huh.
So, what are you playing this weekend? Let us know in the comments below!