To whom it may concern,
Thank you for your interest in this brave new existence of an alternate reality. Before the transfer is complete, please complete the following sentence (check all that apply):
“I don’t care what they say, I won’t stay in a world without:” love
 fried chicken
 Civilization V
 that cancelled DLC for Civilization V in which a monkey could bite the prime minister
 value-added tax
 salad dressing
 internal combustion engines
 monkeys being elected prime minister
 discount buffets
 public decency statutes
 prime ministers biting monkeys just to change things up
 value-removed tax
 large cardboard CD packages
 recreational divorce clubs
 Yoshi committing tax fraud
 summer blockbusters
 What Are You Playing
 a silverfish infestation in my bathroom
Bonus question: What is the worst sound?
Ben Griggs (@braxwolf): The Elder Scrolls Online! Plus, probably some World of Warships and Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey. I’m less than 10k ship experience away from the Bismarck in World of Warships, so that might become a focus.
Bonus question: the sound of your car colliding with another car.
Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): I’ve got so much armor to make in Star Wars Galaxies Legends this weekend! But I also need to do more than just roll a new character in TESO and actually do some wandering.
The worst sound is bass booming from a song you can’t quite make out coming through your walls.
Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): Well it sure as heck won’t be Phantasy Star Online 2, now will it?! So Final Fantasy XIV, and also I think the Mega Man Zero collection is on sale? Might grab that.
The worst sound is when an appliance you use on the regular makes an unfamiliar noise, followed by a low whine and the sound you just know means it is dying forever now.
Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): My primary mission this weekend is to tackle The Elder Scrolls Online’s Greymoor, but I don’t want to rush through that. Otherwise, I am just questing around in Fallout 76, deed farming Lord of the Rings Online, and waiting for Phantasy Star Online 2 to settle down.
Samon Kashani (@thesamkash): Still playing Starborne, but I am slowing down significantly. The game had a major bug last week that completely screwed over my alliance. I’m going to see this server through to the end but I doubt I’ll play in another one. I’m also playing through the latest Guild Wars 2 update. It’s very weird playing without any voice actors. One of those things you get so used to that you really take it for granted until it’s gone.
Annoying sound for me has to be someone biting their nails. It sets me off!
Tyler Edwards: Right now I’m back in TESO after a long absence. Not for Greymoor; I pretty much forgot that was even a thing until everyone started talking about the servers exploding. I’m just now getting to Elsweyr. I’m not sure it’s going to stick, though. On paper TESO is everything I want in an MMO, but in practice it never feels more than adequate to me. It’s quite vexing. Right now I’ve switched from my main to my warden to try to combat the blahs, but I’m not sure if that will be enough. I’d also like to roll a necromancer, but ugh… mount training…
Bonus question: Music you dislike but cannot turn off.
Pierre, patron: Going through the NG+ of The Last of Us. The game is very pleasant in NG+, as you keep the skills and weapons enhancements from your former playthrough, making the combats even more fun. I can’t get enough of the story, making the NG+ an overall very enjoyable experience. I’m having fun in Final Fantasy XI. May be it’s nostalgia but I’m really having a treat here. The quests and dialogs with NPCs in this game are well written and funny, sometimes touching, contributing to immersing the player in the game and having him deeply invested in the missions he’s given. Finally, I’m returning to Destiny; not Destiny 2, Destiny. I have been thinking about going back to this game for a while, and some friends from my D2 clan had the same idea. So, it’s a go as it solves the problem of finding trustworthy people to raid with; a lot of fun incoming, playing with them.
Bonus question: probably shrieks so high-pitched they make your teeth hurt, very painful indeed.