Play this: CNET's and GameSpot's top games to play this week
I'm Jeff Bakalar and this is Play This, a little segment where CNet editors and Gamespot editors tell you what to play this week.
I have been playing Life is Strange.
I just finished the third episode and it is well worth the play because it's got an epic narrative that is just getting.
More complicated and exciting.
I've been playing a crapload of Splatoon, and Splatoon is one of the greatest games I've ever played.
Hey, what's up?
I'm playing Project Cars on the PC on this sweet steering Thrustmaster steering wheel, but what I'm really playing at home is that Tokyo Jungle on the PlayStation 4 via PlayStation Now, their weird PlayStation 3 streaming service which costs 19.99 a month I'm playing a game called, I Am Bread, and it's actually a pretty amazing game.
It's a lot of fun.
It's the most fun I've ever had playing a bread video game.
Based off the the butterfly effect principal, where the littlest actions can change a huge number of things and it's got [INAUDIBLE] game mechanics and it is a really cool play.
So it's a shooter, except everything's colorful.
It's really uplifting to play.
And the best thing about it is, matches only last three minutes so it's got that [UNKNOWN] squids and kids.
It's quite a lot of money to basically be a Pomeranian in Tokyo, but personally I think it's worth it.
Really, that's a question that all of us have to.
Answer it for ourselves.
The object is you have to move this slice of bread through a level and get it to the toaster so the bread can become toast.
That sounds crazy when I say it out loud but it's actually a lot of fun.
So check it out.
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