So I'm not playing Linear Assault five.
I have been playing Mad Max a little bit.
And while I don't love this game entirely, I do really like the driving aspect, and the length they go to make the world look really exciting and beautiful.
This week, I'm playing the delightfully cute couch co-op, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.
Quiplash is this brilliant party game from the guys over at Jackbox Games.
It's too hard to explain, but it's bloody hilarious.
If you have people coming over to your house, get them to bring their smartphones.
Hey, so this week, I'm playing NHL 16 because it's the best game these guys have made in 3 years.
I've been playing the Wii exclusive Super Mario Maker.
It's a game that combines the nostalgia of playing these classic Mario games with the creativity and fun of making your own levels.
Where you work with a friend to man shields or turrets or just maneuver your spaceship in this crazy tumultuous space.
And you can even pick up and rescue Space Bunnies though its super cute and in a world where there's not enough [UNKNOWN] games it's worth picking up.
There's still a few frustrations, but by far they done it the series it kind of act.
Check it out.
And you can play it on Playstation 4, PS3.
PC Max [UNKNOWN] XBox One.
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