What We're Playing: Inquisition Origins Edition

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What are you playing this weekend?

Russell Archey, staff writer, @NeoScyther
It's a new year, which means another attempt to whittle down my Steam backlog. I did get myself a late Christmas gift and picked up Tales From the Borderlands, which I hope to check out this weekend. I might also hit up Ultra Street Fighter IV to try and improve my skills with Vega a bit more.

Sean Colleli, staff writer, @scolleli
I'll be getting back to Bayonetta 1 and 2 as I work away at my Wii U backlog. I'm also tempted to play through Wolfenstein: The New Order again. To wrap up the weekend, I'll be heading back into The Long Dark, which I picked up during the Steam sale. Nothing beats avoiding the freezing cold outside like freezing to death in a video game.

Chapel Collins, staff writer, @ChapelCollins
This weekend I will be staring at both Far Cry 4 and Dragon Age: Inquisition, biting my nails trying to figure out which one I want to get lost in for the day. I may revisit my recent Dark Souls II replay as well; Vendrick has been lurking in the back of my mind for about a week.

Randy Kalista, staff writer, @RandyKalista
Thus continues my five-years-late trek through Dragon Age: Origins. Once I complete Origins and Dragon Age II (it's waiting in the wings), I'll reward myself with a shiny new PlayStation 4 and a copy of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Treat yo self!

Matt Mirkovich, staff writer, @Stillmywords
I'll be enjoying the classic Suikoden 2 on my Vita. I'm also slowly working on completing Far Cry 4, and I'll be picking up my free copy of D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die on XBox One and trying out the latest game by Swery65.

Michael Passalacqua, staff writer, mpassalacqua@gamingnexus.com
After putting 20 hours into Dragon Age: Inquisition, I finally finished Act 1 and was in awe by how much more the game opened up. I'll be spending the weekend exploring Skyhold, talking to companions, closing rifts, and digging deeper into a game that seems to never end.

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